Emergency and Life-Saving Assistance to Conflict-Affected refugees in Doolo Zone of Somali Region

Ethiopia Humanitarian Action
June 2023
December 2023

In response to the new arrival of refugees in Ethiopia’s Somali Region after fleeing conflict in Somalia’s Laas Caanood region, Acted proposes a 6-month rapid intervention to provide an emergency and life-saving assistance to 3,000 highly vulnerable refugee households (18,000 individuals) in Bokh Woreda, Danod Woreda and Galhamur Woreda of Doolo Zone, Somali Region. Specifically, Acted will support 600 households through Multi-Purpose Cash Transfer to improve their access to food and other basic needs. Acted will also implement protection activities to improve the wellbeing and the living conditions of 3,000 households by establishing Protection Committees, conducting protection-centered Cash-for-Work activities and protection awareness campaigns, and distributing dignity kits.

Current projects

Ethiopian Crisis to Resilience with IMPACT/REACH
Provision of life-saving general food assistance to food insecure population and internally displaced persons in the Somali region
Emergency and life-saving assistance to displacement affected populations countrywide through Camp Coordination and Management response
Emergency and Life-Saving Assistance to Conflict-Affected refugees in Doolo Zone of Somali Region
Emergency and livelihoods assistance for the most vulnerable displaced populations in Afar region
Improved access to and coordination of assessments, analysis, and information management services for humanitarian actors in crisis-affected areas of Ethiopia
Integrated Multi-sectoral response to support vulnerable communities (IDPs/Returnees and Host communities) in Dangur and Mandura woredas of Metekel zone, Benishangul Gumuz Region (Envelope 1- Benisbangul Gumuz Region)
Life-saving Multi-Sectoral Assistance to Drought-Affected Communities in Somali Region (Envelope II. Responding to severe acute malnutrition in drought-affected areas)
Strengthening evidence-based decision making in Northern Ethiopia