The humanitarian situation in Somalia has seen a rapid deterioration since 2016 due to unprecedented drought. Poor rainfall has contributed to crop failure, livestock depletion and extreme food insecurity for at least a quarter of the population. Simultaneously, Somalia continues to be affected by protracted conflict, and the combination of these two crises have exacerbated displacement trends, with an estimate of 1.1 million people now displaced from their homes. REACH began working in Somalia in 2012 in order to fill information gaps and to provide timely data on the humanitarian needs of displaced and vulnerable populations.

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