Somalia

1,511,478
people in total received economic assistance
756,126
people received food and essential household items
755,352
people benefited from livelihood programmes, including vocational training and direct cash assistance through mobile platforms
421,500
people received medical treatment, of which 1,858 were severely malnourished children
297,860
people were provided access to safe water supplies and sanitation facilities, of which 4,000 were detainees
4,634
people were visited in places of detention
160,274
people were put in touch with family members that had been separated due to conflict and natural disasters
300
officers received training in international humanitarian law (IHL) or were trained to be trainers of IHL

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