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Increase access to maternal and neonatal Health Care Services

01.05.2012 - 31.03.2015

This project will expand and construct 4 health facilities maternal sections in the Banadir Region and also supply them with essential medicines and equipment, train health care staff and undertake intensive health education programmes. The second part of the project seeks to strengthen Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) coordination activities by seconding an IRS staff to the OIC who will bring the Islamic and Middle East humanitarian and development agencies together to collaborate and coordinate closely during their interventions in Somalia.


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OCHA Country Operations Horn of Africa

01.01.2012 - 31.12.2012

The humanitarian situation in the Horn of Africa requires coordination, advocacy and assessment capacities on different levels. Competent coordination capacities with appropriate staff and financial means are needed to address the complex situation - with persisting needs, the early recovery component, and an important number of humanitarian players, difficult humanitarian access and sometimes the challenging cooperation with the respective governments. OCHA is mandated with these tasks by the international community.


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OCHA Somalia, Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF)

01.01.2012 - 31.12.2012

The Common humanitarian Fund (CHF) is a relevant funding mechanism in light of UN harmonization as well as in light of the complex situation in Somalia to deliver aid in a timely and strategic manner. The CHF is one of the most important funding mechanisms for Somali NGOs, and the fourth-largest humanitarian funding channel for Somalia overall. The CHF will ensure that strategic and flexible funding is available for key actors who continue to have access and the capacity to scale up programs. Thus, operational NGOs will benefit from the CHF strategic allocation.


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Support to Drought and Conflict Affected Population in Southern Somalia

01.07.2011 - 31.12.2013

Recurrent droughts are a key factor affecting Food Security and Livelihood in El Barde District, considering that 80% of the population are pastoralists who depend on livestock and derived product. After coping mechanisms have been eroded both local and displaced pastoralists depend on humanitarian assistance. The intervention strives to reduce that dependency by rebuilding and enhancing the resilience of pastoralist livelihood.


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