Month: October 2016

INTERNAL DISPLACEMENT PROFILING IN MOGADISHU – April 2016

This is a complex profiling of Mogadishu’s internal displacement situation which is a combined success in collaboration of federal, regional and district authorities, UN agencies, NGOs and the communities themselves, who shared information about their living situation and their prospects openly.   The report and annexes represent a major source of up to date information …

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MARKET MAPPING AND ANALYSIS June, 2016

For over two decades, Somalia has been in a state of complex humanitarian crisis, with socio-economic, political and environmental factors leading to widespread conflict, drought, flooding and numerous other recurrent human and natural disasters. The situation has been made worse lately by increased insecurity and volatile population movements experienced since March 2014. This rise in …

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NEEDS ASSESSMENT REPORT IN KM7-KM20 IDP CAMPS IN MOGADISHU –AFGOYE CORIDOR

It is estimated that 1/3 of 1.1M IDPs in Somalia, which is 350,000 IDPs are in Mogadishu IDP camps and over 80% of them are reported to be in the Mogadishu –Afgoye Corridor IDP camps known as KM7-KM20 In response to that, DBG conducted an in depth needs assessment for camps located between KM7-KM20 at …

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Rapid needs assessment report on Fistula as of 16-Aug-15

Obstetric fistula which includes both vesico vaginal (VVF) and recto-vaginal fistula (RVF), represents critically important and largely neglected issue in the field of reproductive health in Somalia the country’s maternal mortality ratio stands at 1,044 deaths per 100,000 live births, making it one of the highest in the world and contributes to raising the regional …

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