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drought in Somalia

Somalia / Somaliland

7 current projects
2.38 m. € funding in 2021
448,000 people reached in 2021

Life in the East African country of Somalia is characterized by poverty, armed violence, political instability and natural disasters. Some 7.7 million people are dependent on humanitarian aid, and around 7.1 million are in a food crisis. Increasing periods of extreme weather - such as droughts or floods - exacerbate the situation. Northern Somalia is home to the de facto state of Somaliland, which declared itself independent in 1991 but has never been recognized by the international community. A large part of Somaliland's rural population suffers from hunger and poverty. Welthungerhilfe supports people with food security who are threatened by climate change-induced droughts.

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Fighting droughts with sustainable agriculture

Welthungerhilfe is helping people in Somalia confront the challenges they face: climate change and social problems.

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More projects in Somalia / Somaliland

Schools as Motivators

Somalia / Somaliland | 2021 – 2023 | Budget: € 394,986
Institutional donors: BMZ

The Complete Package For A New Start In Agriculture

Somalia / Somaliland | 2019 – 2023 | Budget: € 1,000,000
Institutional donors: BMZ

The Herding Life 2.0

Somalia / Somaliland | 2020 – 2023 | Budget: € 4,050,000
Institutional donors: BMZ

Water and Food Aid in a Never-Ending Crisis

Somalia / Somaliland | 2022 – 2024 | Budget: € 1,383,681
Institutional donors: AA

Life-saving drinking water delivered by truck

Somalia / Somaliland | 2022 – 2023 | Budget: € 90,000

News from Somalia / Somaliland

Publications about Somalia / Somaliland

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Magazine 2022

The Welthungerhilfe Magazine 2022 in English with selected articles from the four German language issues of the past year.

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Best of Magazine 2021

The "Best of"-magazine 2021 with selected articles from the four issues of the past year.

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