Somalia programme plan 2012

Somalia programme plan 2012

28 February 2012

This is Concern Worldwide's 2012 programme plan for Somalia. The following is an excerpt from the document, which can be downloaded below.

There were indications in late 2010 that the humanitarian situation in Somalia was going to be severe given the failure of rains and subsequently the failure of crops. This, combined with the conflict, meant that in 2011 South Central Somalia experienced the worst humanitarian crisis in recent history. More than half of the population has been affected. According to the Somalia Food

Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU), toward the end of 2011, four million Somalis were in crisis nationwide, three million of whom are in the south. Of these, 750,000 people were classified as being at risk of death between the end of 2011 and the start 2012. By September 2011 six regions in the south (Bakool, Bay, Lower Shabelle, Middle Shabelle, the Afgooye corridor IDP settlement and the Mogadishu IDP community) were officially declared as famine areas and some 910,000 registered Somali refugees and asylum seekers were registered in neighboring countries, with Kenya, Yemen, Ethiopia and Djibouti hosting more than 90%. Estimates are that Kenya is hosting some 500,000; Yemen 196,000; Ethiopia 183,000 and Djibouti 18,000 Somali refugees.

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Somalia programme plan 2012

This is Concern Worldwide's 2012 programme plan for Somalia. The following is an excerpt from the document, which can be downloaded below.