Somalia

Listening to displacement-affected communities overtime: understanding intentions and aspirations in support of durable solutions (Baidoa, Kismayo, and Mogadishu) – Phase II

Somalia Humanitarian Action
January 2021
September 2021

IMPACT will use a participatory and consensus-building approach to carry out a mixed-methods assessment on the aspirations of displacement-affected communities regarding their future, and the dynamics and relationships between different groups living in the displacement-affected communities of Baidoa, Kismayo and Mogadishu, Somalia. In addition, the assessment will seek to understand the effect COVID-19 has had on respondents. Data, products and dissemination activities will inform durable solutions programming, policies and plans, and will serve to bring together policy makers and practitioners to discuss longer-term implementation. ​​

Current projects

Comprehensive emergency response to communities affected by displacement, food insecurity and environmental shocks in Somalia

Integrated multi-sectoral and emergency response for improved living conditions of IDPs in Somali Region

Listening to displacement-affected communities overtime: understanding intentions and aspirations in support of durable solutions (Baidoa, Kismayo, and Mogadishu) – Phase II

Integrated WASH, Shelter, CCCM and Information Management Support to Improve living Conditions of Drought Affected Rural and IDP Populations in Somalia

Coordinated Action for Multi-Sector Programming in Camp and Out-of-Camp Settings

Sustained CCCM support to vulnerable IDP settlements in Somaliland

Providing life-saving and sustainable WASH services to underserved IDP communities in Bardera

Supporting food insecure households through multi-purpose cash assistance