Somalia

Acted has been present in Somalia since 2009, actively delivering life-saving assistance coupled with resilience and recovery programming to crisis affected communities. Acted has implemented consecutive successful multi-sectoral programming in Southwest State, Jubaland, Banadir, Togdheer, Sool and Sanaag regions, delivering Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL), water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH), Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM), and Shelter and Non-Food Items (NFI) assistance.

In Somalia, over three decades of violence, political instability, escalating economic stress, and recent military operations against armed groups have had significant consequences, including attacks on unarmed civilians, an influx of displaced people, and aid access restrictions. Somalia is thus facing a critical humanitarian crisis and one of the most challenging mass displacement situations in the world.

 

Over 3 million people are internally displaced across Somalia. In addition, coupled with the persistent conflict, the 6th consecutive below-average rainy season has worsened the current protracted drought, and further exacerbates the WASH needs across the country. According to the latest projections, about 4.3 million people in Somalia are expected to experience high levels of acute food insecurity (IPC Phase 3 or above) between October and December 2023.

 

Acted in Somalia

Since 2009, Acted has been delivering life-saving assistance coupled with resilience and recovery programming to crisis affected communities. This includes the provision of multi-purpose cash assistance (MPCA) to vulnerable households to improve household’s ability to meet their basic needs. Acted also addresses WASH needs by facilitating the construction and rehabilitation of WASH assets including boreholes, shallow wells, and latrines as well as conducting hygiene promotion activities. Moreover, Acted is conducting Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) – with a coverage of more than 200 IDP sites and a total of 400,000 IDPs assisted through its CCCM role in 2022 – for the purpose of improving the living conditions of IDP communities through rehabilitation of shelters, provision of non-food items, and emergency shelter kits as well, to ensure IDPs live in safe, dignified, and secure shelters through site maintenance activities. In 2023, Acted also started the implementation of a peacebuilding project, enabling women-led Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to lead self-designed local peacebuilding and conflict prevention initiatives in south-central Somalia. Acted is also implementing projects in order to improve food and nutrition security and contribute to climate-change resilience, food, fodder, and water security, through its THRIVE Flagship initiative – Regenerative Earthworks and Vegetation in Vulnerable Ecosystems (REVIVE) approach, to respond to the multiple needs of the communities.

Figures

183
staff
759,000
beneficiaries (2022)
10
projects (2023)
  • More than 300 sites managed by Acted (2023)
  • More than 85,000 individuals benefitted from WASH activities (2022)
  • More than 411,000 displaced individuals who have benefited from Acted Camp management activities (2022)
  • More than 273,000 people were supported with cash/vouchers (2022)
  • More than 65,000 individuals had access to basic services (2022)

November 2019

Acted Somalia: El Niño Response - Emergency Flood Alert | September - October 2023
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October 2023

NAT 2.0 Factsheet
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March 2023

Cash Programming Somalia Review 2018 - 2022
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Current projects

Implementation of Camp Coordination and Camp Management Program in Somaliland
Nourishing Communities: Restoring resilience through improved food and nutrition security to vulnerable rural and displaced communities in Somaliland
Fighting food insecurity and the climate crisis by strengthening women’s resilience and adaptation to climate change through long-term income generation, Burao Somalia
Provision of life-saving WASH services to drought affected displaced population in IDP sites and rural areas in Baidoa, Somalia
Support to internally displaced communities in Somalia through life-saving humanitarian services and information management
Providing dynamic, targeted and informed assistance for integrated life-saving support to households most affected by drought and conflict in Somalia
Nabad: Promoting women-led grassroots peacebuilding towards social reconciliation
Building a Pathway Out of Poverty for Ultra-poor IDP’s and Vulnerable Host Communities in Baidoa
Comprehensive emergency response to communities affected by displacement, food insecurity and environmental shocks in Somalia

Open
positions

| 6 months | End of June or Beginning of July 2024

Somalia : Project Development Officer – Mogadishu
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