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2017

Support to FSNAU Somalia- Integrated food security, nutrition, health, WASH and livelihoods response to the drought

Somalie

Titre : Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU) Phase VII – Famine Prevention Response for Somalia

Pays /Région : Somalie

Localisation  : all regions of Somalia

Code du projet : OSRO/SOM/710/UK

Durée : 15/03/2017-28/02/2018

Présentation
Objectif (s) : To ensure that Somali food, nutrition, and livelihood security is strengthened at the household and community level thereby ensuring greater resilience to future shocks, such as those caused by conflict, drought and floods.
Activités : * Conducted four seasonal food security and nutrition assessments in 2017, including the Jilaal impact food security and nutrition assessment, the post Gu food security and nutrition assessment, the Hagaa impact food security assessment in 2017 and the post Deyr 2017/18 food security and nutrition assessment. * Undertook 65 nutrition and mortality surveys. * Monitored market prices of essential food and non-food commodities in 71 markets across Somalia as well as rainfall performance and its impact on food security. * Trained 101 government, local university and partner staff in Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) Awareness and IPC Level 1 and 49 government staff on food security, nutrition, market and livelihoods assessments and monitoring and analysis. * Produced and disseminated 22 information products, including seven Climate Updates, eight Market Updates, four Food Security Outlook Reports/Food Security Quarterly Briefs, one Nutrition Update and two Technical Releases/Food Security Alerts. * Refined the FSNAU website for improved user accessibility

Mots clés : SOMALIA, FOOD SECURITY, FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITY, FAMINE PREVENTION AND RESPONSE, RESOURCE PARTNERS, UNITED KINGDOM,

Bénéficiaires : Government, University, humanitarian agency, international and local NGO stakeholders.

Partenaires : Government ministries and institutions, Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET), local and international NGOs and United Nations agencies.

Financement : United Kingdom

Contribution : USD 622 665

Présentation : FAO

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