Somalia

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

Somalia Humanitarian Action
April 2020
April 2021

IDP communities in Bardera face cyclical scarcity to safe and sufficient water due to abnormal dryness and floods. At this critical moment, vulnerable communities rely on unsafe water for drinking and domestic use, leading to increased health risks and poor living standards. This one- year program seeks to provide access to sustainable safe water and sanitation to IDP communities in Bardera. ACTED will target a total of 15,804 individuals through this intervention, through a water point construction, latrine construction, community hygiene promotion and hygiene kit distribution.

Current projects

Provision of critical protection services to vulnerable women and girls affected by flooding Hirshabele, Belet Weyne, Somalia

Risk Communication and Community Engagement on COVID-19 targeting vulnerable IDPs in camp settings in Hargeisa, Tog-dheer and Sanaag regions

Rapid unconditional cash transfer relief for vulnerable flood-affected households

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

Improving access and availability of food while building resilient systems for insecure populations in Bay, Lower Juba and Gedo Region

Integrated WASH, shelter, CCCM and information management support to improve living conditions of drought affected rural and IDP populations in Somalia

WASH Response to Drought and Displacement Affected Population in Sanaag Region of Somalia

Provision of sustained CCCM Support for IDP Settlements

Coordinated Implementation of Multipurpose Cash Assistance to Support Somali Households Affected by Crisis

Coordinated implementation of multipurpose cash assistance to support Somali households affected by crisis

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