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SOYDA Monthly Progressive Report August 2017 with SHF, UNICEF and DFID support

i. Background. Somalia Young Doctors Association (SOYDA) is steadfast in its implementation of health, WASH and nutrition program in Banadir and Lower Shabelle region. SOYDA is currently running a total of 11 health and nutrition fixed and Mobile sites, 8 Mobile outreach Integrated WASH, HEALTH, NUTRITION emergency response teams in Daynile, Bondhere, Dharkenley, Afgooye, Arbis, [...]

By | August 29th, 2017|Latest Activities|Comments Off on SOYDA Monthly Progressive Report August 2017 with SHF, UNICEF and DFID support

World Humanitarian Day (WHD) Celebration

Every year on 19 August, World Humanitarian Day (WHD) brings the world together to rally support for people affected by humanitarian crisis and pay tribute to aid workers who help them. This WHD, we will come together to reaffirm that civilians caught in conflict are #NotATarget, and to demand global action to protect them. Our [...]

By | August 21st, 2017|Latest Activities|Comments Off on World Humanitarian Day (WHD) Celebration

SOYDA Quarterly Progressive Report April to June with SHF, UNICEF and DFID support

  Executive summary. The continuous draught is still ravaging most part of the regions, this has however, and increase continues displacement of the population in Afgooye corridors as well as the Mogadishu IDPs. Accordingly, the health and nutrition services needs have been increasing due to increased number of severe and acute malnutrition of children displaced [...]

By | July 15th, 2017|Latest Activities|Comments Off on SOYDA Quarterly Progressive Report April to June with SHF, UNICEF and DFID support

SOYDA Monthly Progressive Report in May with SHF, UNICEF and DFID support

  Executive summary. Somalia’s humanitarian crisis remains fragile with a total of 3 million people in need of assistance, including 265,876 in emergency and crisis. Global acute malnutrition (GAM) among internally displaced people has significantly deteriorated. According to a recent assessment by SOYDA shows critical malnutrition rates were recorded in some target areas of SOYDA [...]

By | June 2nd, 2017|Latest Activities|Comments Off on SOYDA Monthly Progressive Report in May with SHF, UNICEF and DFID support

Monthly Progressive Report-April 2017.

Executive summary. In the onset of the severe drought in Somalia several regions have been highly hits by the effect of the drought, however, Lower Shabelle   and Banadir regions where SOYDA operationalized its core programs have not been left away and has its fair share of serious nutrition problems that are resulting in adverse human [...]

By | May 10th, 2017|Latest Activities|Comments Off on Monthly Progressive Report-April 2017.

SOYDA Drought Response Jan-March Report with SHF, UNICEF and DFID support

SOYDA has been actively providing OTP treatment through static and mobile/outreach services to enable reach the vulnerable population in Afgooye district. Through its nutrition intervention the organization was able to do community screening, referral, therapeutic treatment as well as IYCF and NHHP. SOYDA is however, is scaling up the drought response to the displaced persons [...]

By | April 22nd, 2017|Latest Activities|Comments Off on SOYDA Drought Response Jan-March Report with SHF, UNICEF and DFID support

New arrivals of IDPs from Lower Juba and SOYDA today response

As SOYDA continuously carrying outreach integrated service with the new IDP sites in KM13 on the outskirts of Mogadishu where drought-affected people started to arrive in large numbers from Lower Shabelle and Bay regions, both Kahda and Daynile area in KM13 is already overwhelmed by IDPs, SOYDA met today new arrivals of IDPs with three [...]

By | April 9th, 2017|Latest Activities|Comments Off on New arrivals of IDPs from Lower Juba and SOYDA today response

New IDPs influx in Afgooye Corridor and SOYDA Responses in April 17

The ongoing drought has forced many people to leave their homes in search of alternative sources of food and water. According to UNHCR, over 444,000 people have been newly displaced between November 2016 and February 2017, as a result of the ongoing drought. The majority of new displacements are in Bakol, Bay and Lower Shabelle [...]

By | April 7th, 2017|Latest Activities|Comments Off on New IDPs influx in Afgooye Corridor and SOYDA Responses in April 17

Somalia Drought Situation and SOYDA Integrated Health, Nutrition and WASH Responses

Most parts of Somalia are facing serious drought conditions with the larger part of the population facing severe to extreme drought conditions. Since the last half of 2016, the severity has been spreading spatially and the impacts getting worse with time. Some climate models are already predicting a poor rainy season in the coming season, [...]

By | April 2nd, 2017|Latest Activities|Comments Off on Somalia Drought Situation and SOYDA Integrated Health, Nutrition and WASH Responses

Keeping hope alive (Story of drought ravage family in Afgooye).

Keeping hope alive. (Story of drought ravage family in Afgooye). SOYDA nurse attending to Nasri Mohmud youngest son. Drought in Somalia left many pastoral communities with no animals and risking their life since their only dependent livelihood was swept away by the drought, below is a short story told by one of the affected families [...]

By | April 2nd, 2017|Latest Activities|Comments Off on Keeping hope alive (Story of drought ravage family in Afgooye).