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2011

Emergency supplementary and therapeutic feeding to avert nutrition- related mortality and morbidity in Gedo south (Somalia)

Somalie

Titre : Emergency supplementary and therapeutic feeding to avert nutrition- related mortality and morbidity in Gedo south (Somalia)

Pays /Région : Somalie

Code projet : CHF-DMA-0489-111

Durée : 13-06-2011 // 13-06-2012

Présentation
The total population in crisis in Gedo region has significantly increased from about 14% in Gu ’10 to 23% (75, 000) in the current season, of whom 10,000 are in HE and 65,000 are in Acute Food and Livelihood Crisis. Of the total in crisis, 5,000 people in HE and 20,000 in AFLC are from urban while the remaining are from rural livelihoods. The Post Deyr’10/11 analysis shows a deterioration in the food security situation with poor crop and animal production recorded in Gedo region. This deterioration has come as result of the poor Deyr rainfall performance which has significantly affected the rainfall dependent pastoral and agro-pastoral livelihoods.
Hard organization will target 4395 moderate malnourished children, 635 severely malnourished and 1840 PLWS in 2 out of the 5 districts in Gedo. Hard is seeking CHF funding to support continuation of the 18 SFP and 6 OTP sites to address the high malnutrition rates and reduce morbidity and mortality while linking the beneficiaries to the livelihood, agriculture and health programs in the catchment area. At least 70% of the beneficiaries will benefit from this services in the targeted districts.

Porteur du projet : HARD (Humanitarian Africa Relief Development Organization)

Financement : Nations Unies

Contribution : 271,192$

United Nations Development Group

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