Somalia 2018

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 1.0
Strategic Objective 1
Life-saving: Provide life-saving and life-sustaining integrated, multi-sectoral assistance to reduce acute humanitarian needs and excess mortality among the most vulnerable people.

Objectives contributing to SO1

Life-saving: Provide life-saving and life-sustaining integrated, multi-sectoral assistance to reduce acute humanitarian needs and excess mortality among the most vulnerable people.

IndicatorUnitIn needTargetResultAchieved (%)
IN1: Number of people reached through livelihood inputsPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point3,400,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point3,416,210Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,174,494calendar_today34.4%
 
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IN1: Number of children and youth (M/F) accessing safe and protected learning opportunities in emergency-affected learning environmentsChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point2,400,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point381,556Show the disaggregated data for this data point206,282calendar_today54.1%
 
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IN1: Number of IDP sites reached by CCCM partnersSitesShow the disaggregated data for this data point2,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,843Show the disaggregated data for this data point797calendar_today43.2%
 
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IN1: Number of people reached through livelihood investment and asset activities per monthPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point3,000,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,541,767Show the disaggregated data for this data point371,566calendar_today24.1%
 
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IN1: Number of individuals consulted through protection monitoring informing humanitarian and protection response activities, advocacy, and policy developmentPeople065,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of Pregnant and lactating women counselled on appropriate Infant and Young Child FeedingPregnant Women660,098297,04455,042calendar_today18.5%
 
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IN1: Number of people in need of emergency assistance receiving appropriate NFIs though in kind distribution, vouchers or cash mechanisms.PeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point450,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point450,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point46,364calendar_today10.3%
 
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IN1: Number of health facilities and communities equipped and regularly submitting nutrition screening dataPercentage100800calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Percentage of services requests completedPercentage01000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Percentage of Logistics Trainings facilitatedPercentage050calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of people in acute food insecurity, ‘Crisis’ and ‘Emergency’ phases of IPC (3 and 4) having sustained access to food and safety net supportPeople3,200,0003,200,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of individuals participating in community-based protection initiatives aiming to prevent violations, mitigate risks, reduce stigma, enable feedback and empowerment, and identify and refer individuals in need - child protection, gender-based violence, housing, land, and property, and general protection principlesIndividuals0819,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of children (M/F) benefitting from emergency teaching and learning materialsChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point720,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point253,527Show the disaggregated data for this data point184,123calendar_today72.6%
 
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IN1: Average population per functioning health facility (HF), by type of HF and by administrative unitPeople4,300,0004,300,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of individuals with specific needs or heightened vulnerability reached with protection oriented direct assistance and livelihood training to strengthen coping capacityIndividuals07,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of people reached through activities geared towards improving access to food and safety nets per monthPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point3,200,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point3,200,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,032,357calendar_today63.5%
 
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IN1: Number of unaccompanied and separated boys and girls placed in foster care or reunified with families or regular careersPeople08,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Districts at risk (floods, drought, acute watery diarrhoea (AWD)/cholera, displacement) and key actors for rapid assessments and emergency responses are identified, and specific plans are developed for seasonal risks.Districts74400calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of cases for AWD/choleraCases3,272,0008,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of individuals (men, women, boys and girls) benefiting from a sustainable access to a, gender-sensitive sanitation facilities equipped with a hand washing pointPeople1,133,151840,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Proportion of health facilities providing integrated nutrition servicesPercentage100500calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of HF with Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric Care/500 000 population, by administrative unitHealth Facilities3,075,00060calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of Logistics Cluster Coordination Forums heldCoordination Mechanisms0120calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of individuals affected by violence, coercion, and abuse directly provided with responsive services and/or other protection assistance alleviating the immediate effects of the violation: Indicator Basis ; GP6; CPiE2; GBV 2; GBV 3; HLP 2, EH4People0Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,800,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of pregnant and lactating women screened for acute malnutrition regularly on quarterly basisPregnant Women696,600348,3000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of affected individuals (men, women, boys and girls) assisted with sufficient and safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygienePeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point4,358,274Show the disaggregated data for this data point3,800,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point913calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN1: Number of individuals (men, women, boys and girls) with a reliable access to 15 liters of safe water per person per dayPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point4,358,274Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,200,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point35,980calendar_today3.0%
 
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IN2: Number of boys and girls 6-59 months screened for acute malnutrition regularly on quarterly basisChildren2,786,4021,114,5600calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Increase the level of assistance to IPC 2 population (number of beneficiaries) in comparison with baseline periodPercentage01500calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Maintain the level of livelihoods assistance to the level of baselinePeople3,400,000290,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of access and operational maps sharedMaps070calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of appropriate Infant and Young Child Feeding awareness sessions conductedInfants20,00016,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of affected individuals supported through the mobilization of emergency WASH supplies pre-positioned at regional levelPeople4,358,2742,500,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of national/sub-national/district level rapid/SMART nutrition assessments conductedAssessments36300calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of safe and operational fecal sludge management systems establishedFacilities50150calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Case fatality rate of AWD/cholera outbreaksRates3,272,00000calendar_todayN/A
 
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IN2: Number of health workers (medical doctor + nurse + midwife) per 10 000 populations, by administrative unit (% m/f)Percentage0300calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Increase the level of assistance to IPC 3 & 4 population (number of beneficiaries) in comparison with baseline periodPeople3,200,0001,920,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of districts covered by the Detailed Site AssessmentDistricts89720calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of girls and boys participating in structured communitybased psychosocial support activities (including child friendly spaces)People0150,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of people in need of emergency assistance receiving relevant emergency shelters through in kind distribution, vouchers or cash mechanisms.PeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point420,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point300,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point15,655calendar_today5.2%
 
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IN2: Number of individuals targeted with rights based public outreach and awareness raisingIndividuals0155,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of teachers (M/F) supported with emergency incentivesTeachersShow the disaggregated data for this data point10,700Show the disaggregated data for this data point4,821Show the disaggregated data for this data point4,079calendar_today84.6%
 
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IN2: Number of targeted passengers to transport on regular scheduled and ad hoc UNHAS flightsPeople02,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of required temporary learning spaces or rehabilitated schools available to emergency-affected children and youthLearning SpacesShow the disaggregated data for this data point700Show the disaggregated data for this data point700Show the disaggregated data for this data point310calendar_today44.3%
 
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IN2: Case fatality rate of AWD/cholera outbreaksCases3,272,00032,7200calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of Government personnel trainedGovernment Officials0200calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of protection monitoring, displacement reports, and protection analyses disseminatedAnalysis0300calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Coverage of Penta 3 vaccine in children below one year of age/stateChildren962,000817,7000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number gender-based violence survivors receiving clinical care, case management, psychosocial support, legal assistance, and safe house supportSurvivors036,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of affected individuals (men, women, boys and girls) assisted with access to appropriate emergency sanitation facilities which are culturally acceptable and gender-sensitive.PeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point1,133,151Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,000,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point310calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of institutions in need of access to a safely managed water supply systemCenters3001000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN2: Number of communities covered with multi-sectoral response (WASH, food security, Education, Livelihood and health)Communities8004000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN3: Number of gender-based violence survivors reached with socialeconomic reintegration and livelihood, access to justice, and empowerment supportSurvivors010,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN3: Number of boys and girls 6-59 months with severe acute malnutrition treatedChildren231,829231,82919,387calendar_today8.4%
 
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IN3: Number of school children (M/F) with access to safe drinking waterChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point720,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point233,443Show the disaggregated data for this data point148,632calendar_today63.7%
 
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IN3: Number of HF with Basic Emergency Obstetric Care/ 125, 000 population, by administrative unitHealth Facilities3,075,000250calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN3: Number of affected individuals (men, women, boys and girls) who have participated in hygiene promotion campaigns and received hygiene kits.PeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point4,358,274Show the disaggregated data for this data point3,500,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point11,586calendar_today0.3%
 
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IN3: Number of AWD/cholera cases reportedCases3,272,0008,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN3: Coverage of measles vaccination in children below one yearChildren962,000865,8000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN3: Number of individuals participating in Mine Risk Education (including IED awareness) sessionsIndividuals0155,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN3: Proportion of displaced and host communities provided nutrition sensitive services and support through FS and Livelihood clustersCommunities100500calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN3: Number of staff (male/female) trained in rapid nutrition assessment/SMARTPeople30,0001000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN3: Percentage of security and medical evacuation requests completedPercentage01000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN3: Number of displaced women and girls reached with specialized material assistance upholding basic standards related to health, community involvement, and mobilityPeople050,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN3: Number of government institutions receiving support from the clusterGovernments990calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN3: Number of community conversations conductedDialogues8003000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN4: Number of housing, land, and property disputes resolved through community engagement processesAdvocacy actions05000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN4: Proportion of schools providing comprehensive school nutrition packagePercentage100250calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN4: Number of heads of household supported with legal aid/assistance and specialized counseling on housing, land, and property disputes mitigating risks of forced evictionsHouseholds03,5000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN4: Percentage of births assisted by a skilled attendantBirths1,667,7001,500,9300calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN4: Number of health facility and community workers (male/female) trained Infant and Young Child Feeding and are providing counseling supportHealth Facilities3,0001,5000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN4: Number of IDPs reached with life-saving assistancePeople2,100,00000calendar_todayN/A
 
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IN4: Number of children (M/F) with access to emergency school feedingChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point720,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point142,258Show the disaggregated data for this data point106,177calendar_today74.6%
 
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IN4: Number of people receiving primary and/or basic secondary health care services per monthPeople0Show the disaggregated data for this data point4,300,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point255,360calendar_today5.9%
 
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IN4: Number of hotspot sites reporting on monthly basisSites100500calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN4: Number of boys and girls 0-59 months who are severely malnourished with medical complications treatedChildren20,00019,0001,100calendar_today5.8%
 
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IN5: Number of boys and girls (6-59 months) who received multiple micronutrient supplementsChildren2,786,4022,229,1210calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN5: Number of children under five years treated for Moderate Acute MalnutritionChildren1,028,739539,0009,954calendar_today1.8%
 
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IN5: Number of children and teachers (M/F) with interrupted schooling due to attacks on educationChildren09,0000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN5: Number of sector/cluster coordination platforms operationalCoordination Mechanisms15150calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN5: Number of individuals affected by violence, coercion, and abuse directly provided with responsive services and/or other protection assistance alleviating the immediate effects of the violationPeople0153,5000calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN6: Number of pregnant and lactating women with moderate malnutrition treatedPregnant Women696,600270,00022,027calendar_today8.2%
 
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IN6: Number of pregnant and lactating women who received micronutrients including iron folate for 6 months and multiple micronutrientsPregnant Women660,098297,0440calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN7: Number lactating women reached with Vitamin A supplementationWomen330,049264,0390calendar_today0.0%
 
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IN8: Number of boys and girls aged 6-59 months reached with Vitamin A supplementationChildren2,786,4021,114,5600calendar_today0.0%
 
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Data by location

ID: CLL5468/CO2/IN1