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2017

HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN JANUARY-DECEMBER 2017

NOV 2016 Photo: UNOCHA

SOMALIA

PART I:

TOTAL POPULATION

PEOPLE IN NEED

PEOPLE TARGETED

REQUIREMENTS (US$)

# HUMANITARIAN PARTNERS

12.3M

5M

3.9M

864M

285

GULF OF ADEN

DJIBOUTI AWDAL L

SANAAG

219 WOQOOYI GALBEED

BARI

158 425

TOGDHEER

189 SOOL

368

140 NUGAAL

156

ETHIOPIA MUDUG

02

248

INDIAN OCEAN GALGADUUD

227 BAKOOL

HIRAAN

145

KENYA

209

GEDO MIDDLE SHABELLE LL L

165

225 BAY

450

MIDDLE JUBA

137

LOWER SHABELLE EL

168

5 million

\ BANADIR

people in need

1.2 million xx

LOWER JUBA

168

# of people in need - Phase 2, 3 & 4 (in thousands)

Drought condition Normal

Severe

Moderate

Extreme

Data Sources: 1 Drought condition as of November 2016: FAO - SWALIM 2. People in need, projection (September - December 2016): FAO - FSNAU The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on the maps in this document do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

PART I:

TABLE OF CONTENT PART I: COUNTRY STRATEGY Foreword by the Humanitarian Coordinator

.................. 04

The humanitarian response plan at a glance

................. 05

Overview of the crisis Strategic objectives Response strategy

........................................................ 06 ............................................................ 11

.............................................................. 12

Operational capacity

.......................................................... 19

Humanitarian access

.......................................................... 20

Response monitoring

......................................................... 22

Summary of needs, targets & requirements

................... 24

PART II: OPERATIONAL; RESPONSE PLANS Education

........................................................................... 26

Enabling Programmes Food Security Health

.................................................... 28

...................................................................... 30

................................................................................... 32

Logistics

........................................................................... 34

Nutrition

............................................................................... 35

Protection ............................................................................. 36 Shelter

.................................................................................. 38

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) Refugee response plan

............................. 40

...................................................... 41

Guide to giving ...................................................................... 42

PART III: ANNEXES Objectives, indicators & targets What if ? .. we fail to respond

....................................... 44 ......................................... 53

03

PART I: FOREWORD BY THE HUMANITARIAN COORDINATOR

FOREWORD BY

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