Flood Emergency Intervention in Beletweyne, Hirshabelle Regional State of Somalia
Somali Rehabilitation and Development Association "SORADA"
DERF - Nødhjælpspuljen
Floods in Somalia (Rapid Response)
Indsatsen vedrører følgende verdensmål:
- Mål 2: Stop sult
- Mål 3: Sundhed og trivsel
- Mål 6: Rent vand og sanitet
Indsatsen foregår i følgende lande:
- Somali Development Plan - SOMPLAN
According to UN OCHA moderate to heavy Deyr seasonal rains starting early in many parts of Somalia and continuing across the country have resulted into entire reaches of the Juba and Shabelle rivers seeing high water leels over the last few weeks with flooding in Hirshabelle, Jubaland and South West states.Flooding linked to heavy rainfall along these Somalia’s two major rivers, the Shabelle and the Juba, has affected thousands of people. Riverine and flash flooding has affected populations in middle and lower Juba, Bay, lower and middle Shabelle, and Hiraan states. As per 28 October, an estimated 182,000 people have been displaced according to UNHCR-Protection Return Monitoring Network (PRMN) as reported by UN OCHA. In one of the currently worst-hit areas, Beletweyne, an estimated 164,000 people have been displaced as 85 percent of the town by 27th October was inundated. In Jubaland State an estimated 5,300 people have been displaced and with Juba river levels remaining high any slight increase is likely to cause flooding along the entire reach.We are focussing on Koshin & Hawa Tako villages in Beletweyne district.