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Humanitarian Interventions 2012 (Somalia)


Titre : Humanitarian Interventions 2012 (Somalia)

Country : Somalie

Project start/end date : 01/01/2012 - 31/03/2013

To meet the most urgent humanitarian needs of conflict and affected populations. To save lives, maintain dignity and support the livelihoods of vulnerable people in Somalia. The impact of the intervention will be that the most urgent humanitarian needs of conflict and disasters affected populations are met, lives saved, dignity maintained and livelihoods protected. Key outcomes include the provision of critical life-saving assistance to more than 1 million people (DFID attributable) ; stabilised or reduced levels of general acute malnutrition ; improved resilience of 22,500 households through additional investment in agricultural inputs and livestock and a stronger better functioning humanitarian system. The proposed portfolio of interventions could achieve the following results : • Treatment of more than 100,000 acutely malnourished children and women • More than one million children accessing supplementary feeding • Food assistance to 20,000 people over a three month period • More than 70,000 people provided with cash and/or food vouchers to cover food costs for a minimum three month period • 1,2 million people benefiting from water and health programmes • 140,000 people benefiting from agricultural support (seeds and fertilisers) One million animals treated/vaccinated

Project budget : £54,999,000

Présentation : UK Aid

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