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PAH'S AID IN SOMALIA

The situation in Somalia is very unstable. The difficult conditions caused by the long-standing conflict are made even worse by the harsh climate. The civilian population badly needs humanitarian aid: access to clean water and food is very limited.

Many Somalis are forced to leave their homes in search of safer living conditions. Due to restricted access to clean water, they are exposed to waterborne diseases (e.g. cholera). Preventive action must be taken immediately.

WHAT DOES THE POLISH HUMANITARIAN ACTION DO?

We have been operating in Somalia since 2011. Our priority is to provide the local people with access to clean water and improved sanitation. We help internally displaced persons who are searching for safe living conditions.

In IDP camps, we repair the existing water take-off points. We build latrines and hand-operated water pumps. We distribute hygiene kits to camp residents, and we also instruct them in good hygiene practice so that they know how to effectively practice good personal hygiene in difficult conditions with limited access to clean water.

Education and development are high on our priority list and that is why we set up and train so-called water committees which are responsible for operating and maintaining the water supply facilities. We make sure that unrestricted access to clean water is provided in schools so that children can have adequate conditions for their education.

2018-2023 ÔÇô SOMALIA ÔÇô WATER

Duration of the project: since 2018
Location: Somalia
Donor: UNICEF

Based on PAHÔÇÖs long-standing experience in providing assistance in water, sanitation and hygiene, the organization has gained recognition as one of the leaders in this field in Somalia. Since 2018, PAH has been acting as an agency co-coordinating the water, sanitation and hygiene sector across Somalia. In addition, we employ a contact person for the sub-sector in Middle Shabelle state and a sector representative in Galmudug State…read more

2023/2024 ÔÇô SOMALIA ÔÇô WATER

Duration of the project: 1st June 2023 ÔÇô 31st May 2024
Location: Kaxda and Deynile districts, Banaadir region, Somalia
Donor: Somalia Humanitarian Fund (SHF)/OCHA

In response to the drought in Somalia, Polish Humanitarian Action is implementing a humanitarian assistance project in the Banaadir region, where a significant number of internally displaced persons have settled. Our activities are aimed at providing access to water, sanitation facilities and hygiene to meet the urgent needs of these people.

As a result of these activities, more than 25,714 internally displaced people will receive assistance…read more

2023/2024 ÔÇô SOMALIA ÔÇô WATER, DISASTER RISK REDUCTION

Duration of the project: 1st May 2023 ÔÇô 30th April 2024
Location: Hiraan and Middle Shabelle in Hirshabelle State, Galgadud in Galmudug State and Banaadir and Mogadishu in Banaadir State, Somalia.
Donor: ECHO
Partner: Mercy-USA for Aid and Development

The project aims to improve access to drinking water, sanitation and dignified hygiene conditions among drought-affected Somalis, especially internally displaced persons. Activities are also being carried out to reduce the risk of and prepare for natural disasters (such as floods and droughts).

In total, nearly 64,000 people will be assisted by this project: almost 55,000 people will benefit from water and sanitation activities and 9,000 from natural disaster risk reduction activities…read more

2022-2025 ÔÇô SOMALIA ÔÇô WATER – Disaster Risk Reduction

Project duration:  1st August 2022 ÔÇô 30th June 2025
Location: Adado, Abudwak, Hobyo, Galkayo, and Dusamareb districts (Galmudug state) and Jowhar and Balcad districts in Middle Shabelle (Hirshabelle state); Somalia
Donator:  GFFO
Supporting donator:  Arche Nova

As part of this project we are reaching the Somalis who have been affected by drought and we provide them with access to drinking water. We also construct sanitary infrastructure and rainwater tanks at schools and hospitals.

We also help local authorities and communities to prepare for the next natural disaster, such as drought or flood, by training disaster response committees and working with them to draft early warning and early response mechanisms in case of… Read more…

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