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.
Number of people in targeted settlements and communities with access to safe water servicesPeople2,306,6002,092,200
90.7%
0
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%
0
SO2: Reduce emergency levels of acute malnutrition by strengthening nutrition-sensitive and integrated, multi-sectoral programming.
Coverage of vaccinations for children 6-59 months –Penta 3 and micronutrientsPercentage085
0%
0
Medium Prevalence rate (%) of global acute malnutrition in children 6 to 59 months of agePercentage013
0%
0
Number of people in targeted settlements and communities with access to sustainable safe water servicePeople1,581,320889,360
56.2%
0
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%
0
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.
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%
0
Number of safety audit conducted in IDP settlements with follow up actions taken to improve safety conditionsAudits955100
10.5%
0
Percentage of SHF funded projects with protection-oriented objectives and indicatorsPercentage0100
0%
0
SO4: Increase resilience capacity of at risk communities and promote complementary interventions of development partners in social services.
Number of adult persons of concern (18 -59 Yrs) whose livelihood and self-reliance needs are met through different actionsPeople19,87410,000
50.3%
0
Number of government institutions receiving support from the clusterOrganizations1010
100%
0
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%
0
Number of joint HCT-UNCT or Cluster/Pillar Working Group meetings to promote complementary humanitarian and development interventionsMeetings66
100%
0
Number of protracted IDPs/refugee returnees provided with safe, well-tailored, sustainable and habitable shelter with appropriate land tenure securityReturnees175,800114,000
64.8%
0