We work to improve the East African country’s healthcare system and provide life-saving nutrition programmes.
Ongoing conflict, together with the devastating effects of the recent drought, floods and locust infestation have left many communities in Somalia even more vulnerable.
Malnutrition rates are high particularly among children. Key drivers of malnutrition are food insecurity, lack of diverse diets, limited health services and inadequate access to water and sanitation.
The influx of people from rural regions to urban areas puts a strain on already limited resources, while displaced populations face considerable challenges.