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RESPONSE TO THE HORN OF AFRICA EMERGENCY - A CRISIS AFFECTING LIFE, LIVELIHOODS AND WAYS OF LIFE

RESPONSE TO THE HORN OF AFRICA EMERGENCY - A CRISIS AFFECTING LIFE, LIVELIHOODS AND WAYS OF LIFE

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The massive international response to the child survival crisis in the Horn of Africa has already shown some positive results, but much more needs to be done to save hundreds of thousands of children at risk of dying from malnutrition and disease, UNICEF said today according to a progress report three months after famine was declared in parts of Somalia.

The massive international response to the child survival crisis in the Horn of Africa has already shown some positive results, but much more needs to be done to save hundreds of thousands of children at risk of dying from malnutrition and disease, UNICEF said today according to a progress report three months after famine was declared in parts of Somalia.

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Published by: The United Nations Children's Fund on Oct 25, 2011
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RESPONSE TO THE HORNOF AFRICA EMERGENCY
A CRISIS AFFECTING LIFE, LIVELIHOODS AND WAYS OF LIFE
Regional three-month Progress Report
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October 2011
 
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The combination of severe drought, soaring food prices and conflict inSomalia has resulted in a humanitarian crisis rarely seen in the Horn of Africa.UNICEF has mounted an unprecedented response to reach children inneed, wherever they are. Nutrition, health, water, sanitation and hygiene interventions are saving thousands of lives and, together with programmes for child protection and education, are laying the foundations for a better future.Much more, however, needs to be done to respond to the magnitude of the crisis. With continued support we can further scale up our interventions in the affected communities in Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia and Djibouti. Our combined efforts will continue to make a difference.“ 
Elhadj As Sy,
UNICEF Regional Director for Eastern and Southern Africa& Global Emergency Coordinator for the Horn of Africa Crisis
 
Contents
Executive summary 4Fast facts 5UNICEF in actionSomalia 7Kenya 13Ethiopia 18Djibouti 23Managing the response 25Resource mobilization 30Looking ahead 32One crisis, many stories 34Partners and counterparts 36Acronyms 38References 39

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