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  • Somalia NGO Consortium: – The NGO Consortium is a coordinating mechanism for NGOs operating in Somalia

  • NGO Safety Programme: – The NGO Safety Programme is a programme created by NGOs, which aims at contributing to International and National NGOs operating safely and securely in Somalia

  • UNOCHA Somalia: - OCHA Somalia website is dedicated to sharing of information on humanitarian and development issues, including the latest news, studies, reports and assessments relevant to Somalia.

  • Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU): - The Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit – FSNAU is a FAO project which provides situation analysis about Food Security, Nutrition and Livelihood

  • Assessment Capacities Projects (ACAPS): -The ACAPS is a project dedicated to improving the assessment of needs in complex emergencies, sudden onset disasters and protracted crises worldwide.

  • Reliefweb: - Reliefweb collects updates, information, news, assessments, studies and reports about humanitarian crises worldwide.

  • CISP Head Quarters: – CISP is active in over 30 countries worldwide in Africa, South America, the Caribbean, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. The head office is located in Rome.

  • CISP Kenya website: – CISP has been working in Kenya since 1997. Among its other activities, CISP Kenya is supporting Somali refugees in Nairobi.

  • UNOCHA Somalia WASH Cluster: - The WASH cluster website provides details on technical standards for interventions in Somalia, response plans to emergencies and global references.

  • Hygiene Promotion Working Group: - The technical working group on hygiene promotion in Somalia has a dedicated webpage where you can find sensitizing materials, training tools, AWD/Cholera prevention plans.

  • UNOCHA Somalia Health Cluster: - The website is rich of information on the cluster's activities, as well as updated surveillance and response documents, maps, guidelines and training materials.

  • UNOCHA Somalia Protection Cluster: : - The protection cluster aims to provide a coherent, coordinated, accountable, and comprehensive response to the protection needs of civilians. Useful resources, information, assessments, guidelines, as well as the strategy of the cluster, can be found at this link.

  • UNOCHA Somalia Education Cluster: - The Education cluster website provides information on the activities of the cluster, as well as maps and useful links.

  • International Aid Transparency Initiative: - The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) aims to make information about aid spending easier to find, use and compare.





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