Somalia programme plan 2013

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Somalia programme plan 2013

05 June 2013

This is Concern Worldwide's 2013 programme plan for Somalia.

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The efforts of the Somali Transitional Federal Government and the international community to end the long standing transitional state came to reality in 2012. A new parliament, its speaker and president were elected in August 2012 and the country will soon have an elected democratic government. Despite these positive developments, the opposition is still in control of some parts of South Central Somalia which has constrained the provision of humanitarian aid to the area. In addition, the country has a large number of IDPs particularly in and around the capital, Mogadishu, displaced by the 2011 drought/famine and the fighting between the government with its supporter’s forces and opposition group. However, there is significant optimism that the country is on a path that will lead to improvement in law and order. It is hoped that this will increase the security of humanitarian workers and allow access to the needy people in the country. Self-declared Somaliland, which is governed by a democratic government, enjoys peace and stability and as a result, there is a large presence of INGOs (over 100), UN agencies and donors.

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Somalia programme plan 2013

This is Concern Worldwide's 2013 programme plan for Somalia.