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Somalia drought impact and needs assessment : synthesis report (英语)

Although famine was averted in 2017, thanks in part to a massive scale-up in humanitarian assistance, famine remains a looming risk in the coming months and years. Decades of insecurity, political instability, drought and food insecurity have disrupted desperately needed services, devastated human capital and physical infrastructure, and contributed to systematic impoverishment and displacement of the population. The 2018 Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) highlights the need to sustain humanitarian lifesaving efforts at levels similar to 2017 due to predictions of a fourth consecutive season of failed rains from Oct-Dec 2017.The Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) and its local and international partners will need to provide lifesaving services to approximately 6.2 million people in 2018 to limit the effects of diseases and continue to prevent famine. This continuing drought crisis further underlines the need to seek ways to make structural changes that will reduce the impacts of future drought cycles.


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    Eastern Africa,

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    synthesis report

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    drought;access to basic service;information and communication technology;vulnerability to climate change;access to safe water;water supply and sanitation;data collection and validation;scarcity of drinking water;vulnerability to climate shocks;Federal Government of Somalia;Food Security and Nutrition;impact of climate change;risk and vulnerability;remote sensing;natural resource base;sustainable development solutions;soil fertility management;water harvesting structures;loss of income;agriculture and livestock;national development plan;Natural Resource Management;committee for refugees;Internally Displaced Person;clean drinking water;high resolution imagery;framework for development;effect of disease;conflict and fragility;variability in rainfall;incidence of poverty;vulnerability to drought;hectares of land;remote sensing techniques;vulnerable population group;food security situation;safe drinking water;response plan;Disaster Risk Reduction;delivery of service;civil society stakeholders;remote rural area;