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Immediate access to food for acutely food insecure drought-affected populations in Baidoa rural and IDP

In Baidoa, Bay region, consecutive poor to failed rainy seasons have severely affected livelihoods and production systems leading to a spike in food insecurity and malnutrition. In regard to this, ACTED responded with an objective of reducing mortality and morbidity related to acute food insecurity in drought-affected communities in Baidoa rural and IDP. This will be achieved by supporting 1000HHs (Rural & IDP communities) with immediate access to food through unconditional cash transfers for three months. This six months intervention will provide a timely critical response to address the growing level and scale of acute food insecurity.

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