CERF-funded Project

Somalia

Emergency drought response through provision of temporary clean safe water, hygiene promotion, sanitation and health care services (21-RR-IOM-007)

Project overview

With this CERF project, IOM provides clean drinking water through five weeks of water trucking to 36,000 people (3780 m3). In addition, IOM provides hygiene kits (including menstrual hygiene management items) and hygiene messaging to the same people. The water component targets 36,000 Somalis, including 7,200 women and 12,600 girls. IOM also provides primary health-care services through 11 static health facilities and mobile outreach teams that will conduct 79,196 outpatient consultations and vaccinate 10,135 children. In total, 89,331 Somalis are targeted under the health component of this project, including 24,907 women and 20,652 girls.

Sector Amount in US$
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene US$1,003,000
Health US$697,000