Somalia 2019

Humanitarian response plan
Kate Holt/UNICEF
Total population
12.3m
People in need
4.2m
People to receive aid
3.4m
Requirements ($)
Coverage (%)
Unmet ($)

Humanitarian profile by cluster

ClusterIn NeedTargeted %Targeted
Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM)
Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,600,000
69.2%
Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,800,000
Education
Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,800,000
0%
Pending
Food Security
Show the disaggregated data for this data point3,500,000
77.1%
Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,700,000
Health
Show the disaggregated data for this data point3,000,000
80%
Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,400,000
Nutrition
Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,500,000
73.3%
Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,100,000
Protection
Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,600,000
53.8%
Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,400,000
Refugee Response
38,970
100%
38,970
Shelter and NFIs
Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,300,000
65.2%
Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,500,000
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,900,000
79.3%
Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,300,000

Strategic Objectives

  • 1

    Reduce acute humanitarian needs and excess mortality among the most vulnerable by providing life-saving and sustaining integrated assistance.
  • 2

    Reduce emergency levels of acute malnutrition by strengthening nutrition-sensitive and integrated, multi-sectoral programming.
  • 3

    Ensure protection of affected populations, including those living in hard-to-reach areas and IDP settlements, through protection promoting assistance that targets the most vulnerable and people at risk of exclusion.
  • 4

    Increase resilience capacity of at risk communities and promote complementary interventions of development partners in social services.

Indicator overview

IndicatorUnitIn needTargetTargeted (%)Measure
SO1: Reduce acute humanitarian needs and excess mortality among the most vulnerable by providing life-saving and sustaining integrated assistance.
IN1: Reduce the percentage of people in severe acute food insecurity phases (crisis and worse) from the total population in Somalia from post Gu levelPeople1,420,0001,200,000
84.5%
Pending
IN2: Number of people in targeted settlements and communities with access to safe water servicesPeople2,306,6002,092,200
90.7%
Pending
SO2: Reduce emergency levels of acute malnutrition by strengthening nutrition-sensitive and integrated, multi-sectoral programming.
IN1: Medium Prevalence rate (%) of global acute malnutrition in children 6 to 59 months of agePercentage013
0%
Pending
IN2: Percentage of IDPs in acute food insecurity phases (stressed and worse) from the total acute food insecure population (sum of IPC 2, 3, 4 and 5) post Gu 2018 levelPercentage035
0%
Pending
IN3: Number of people in targeted settlements and communities with access to sustainable safe water servicePeople1,581,320889,360
56.2%
Pending
IN4: Coverage of vaccinations for children 6-59 months –Penta 3 and micronutrientsPercentage085
0%
Pending
SO3: Ensure protection of affected populations, including those living in hard-to-reach areas and IDP settlements, through protection promoting assistance that targets the most vulnerable and people at risk of exclusion.
IN1: Number of safety audit conducted in IDP settlements with follow up actions taken to improve safety conditionsAudits955100
10.5%
Pending
IN2: Percentage of SHF funded projects with protection-oriented objectives and indicatorsPercentage0100
0%
Pending
IN3: Number of people in targeted settlements and communities having access to a gender separated sanitation facility and located at less than 50 m from the household and equipped with a lockable doorPeople1,906,290953,150
50.0%
Pending
SO4: Increase resilience capacity of at risk communities and promote complementary interventions of development partners in social services.
IN1: Number of individuals (or percentage of people targeted) supported with livelihoods inputs and protection assistance including livelihood diversification optionsPeople3,400,0002,900,000
85.3%
Pending
IN2: Number of government institutions receiving support from the clusterOrganizations1010
100%
Pending
IN3: Number of protracted IDPs/refugee returnees provided with safe, well-tailored, sustainable and habitable shelter with appropriate land tenure securityReturnees175,800114,000
64.8%
Pending
IN4: Number of adult persons of concern (18 -59 Yrs) whose livelihood and self-reliance needs are met through different actionsPeople19,87410,000
50.3%
Pending
IN5: Number of joint HCT-UNCT or Cluster/Pillar Working Group meetings to promote complementary humanitarian and development interventionsMeetings66
100%
Pending