Somalia 2019

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 1.1
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 NeedTargetedReached %
Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM)
Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,600,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,800,000N/A
 
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Education
Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,800,000PendingN/A
 
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Food Security
Show the disaggregated data for this data point3,500,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,700,000N/A
 
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Health
Show the disaggregated data for this data point3,000,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,400,000N/A
 
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Nutrition
Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,500,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,100,000N/A
 
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Protection
Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,600,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,400,000N/A
 
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Refugee Response
38,97038,970N/A
 
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Shelter and NFIs
Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,300,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point1,500,000N/A
 
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Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,900,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point2,300,000N/A
 
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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.