REACH SOMALIA DSA DATASETS

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  • REACH_SOM_Dataset_DSA_Somalia_February 2022.xlsxXLSX (6.5M)
    Updated: 15 June 2022

    "The protracted humanitarian crises in Somalia are multi-layered and complex. Limited development coupled with recurring climatic shocks such as drought, riverine and flash flooding give rise to high levels of needs amongst affected populations, while pervasive insecurity and incidents of conflict severely hinder access to humanitarian actors. Together, the aforementioned factors have influenced displacement decisions and led to an estimated 537,000 new displacements across Somalia between January 2021 to July 2021. Moreover, the COVID-19 pandemic, desert locust infestation, and instances of flooding have further exacerbated humanitarian needs. The majority of IDPs reside in overcrowded shelters in densely populated urban areas, further increasing their exposure to the risks and impacts of COVID-19.

    Towards the end of 2021, REACH initiative implemented the Detailed Site Assessment on behalf of and in collaboration with the Somalia CCCM cluster. The objectives of the assessment were to estimate the population of IDPs and collect multi-sector information on the availability of and access to basic services in IDP settlements throughout Somalia. The assessment consisted of key informant interviews. This document contains the dataset for the study's interviews."

  • reach_som_dataset_dsaiv_settlement-level_may2021.xlsxXLSX (4.9M)
    Updated: 21 June 2022

    "The protracted humanitarian crises in Somalia are multi-layered and complex. Limited development coupled with recurring climatic shocks such as drought, riverine- and flash-flooding give rise to high levels of needs amongst affected populations, while pervasive insecurity and incidents of conflict severely hinder access to humanitarian actors. Together, the aforementioned factors have influenced displacement decisions and led to an estimated 2.6 million people currently residing in planned or informal sites. Moreover, the COVID-19 pandemic, desert locust infestation, and instances of flooding have further exacerbated humanitarian needs. The majority of IDPs reside in overcrowded shelters in densely populated urban areas, further increasing their exposure to the risks and impacts of COVID-19.

    Towards the end of 2020, REACH initiative implemented the Detailed Site Assessment on behalf of and in collaboration with the Somalia CCCM cluster. The objectives of the assessment were to estimate the population of IDPs and collect multi-sector information on the availability of and access to basic services in IDP settlements throughout Somalia. The assessment consisted of key informant interviews. This document contains the datasets for the study's interviews."

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Date of Dataset November 10, 2021-December 20, 2021
Updated 21 June 2022
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