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Famine at the Horn of Africa

CRISIS IN THE HORN OF AFRICA 3 PEOPLE IN NEED Drought in the Horn of Africa, coupled with conflict in Somalia is affecting more than 13 Million 1 Ethiopia 2 Djibouti 3 Somalia 4 Kenya Lives SOMALIA A DISPLACED NATION DISTRIBUTION OF PEOPLE IN NEED: Somali 3.7M Djibouti 147k 800 Kenya 3.2M People dying daily during the flee (mostly women & children) Somali refugees 895k Ethiopian Kenyan Ethiopia 4.6M camps 240k camps 590k 1 2 3 Dadaab The Tent City Daadab is now the 3rd largest city in Kenya and the world's largest refugee camp 440,000+ 1,500 45,000 Refugees Refugees arriving daily Tents urgently needed FUTURES AT RISK There is nothing in the world worse than watching your own child die in front of your eyes because you cannot feed him. - Ban Ki-Moon 640,000 Acutely malnourished children in Somalia. That's one in seven children IN ONLY 90 DAYS ... 29,000 Children below 5 years dead due to malnutrition in Southern Somalia TIMELINE « 2010 2011 2012 » AUG SEP 0CT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN Aug 2010 Jul 2011 Aug 2011 Sep 2011 FAO's first alert at the onset of La Niña event UN declares two Somali regions states of famine: Famine declared in 3 One more famine area more areas: declared: • Afgoye IDP Mogadishu IDP • Middle Shabelle • Bay Province • Southern Bakool • Lower Shabelle Nov 2010 Oct 2011 FAO's first official warning for the driest Oct-Dec season in UN refugee agency flies aid into Mogadishu for the first time in five First expected rains years Jan 2012 60, First expected harvest years Jan 2011 80% Harvest failed Decrease in Staple food prices at rainfall 80% Population that relies on 240% over the 5-year agriculture average in and pastoralism Southern Somalia 60% O Sheep and cattle dead THRESHOLDS FOR FAMINE DECLARATION VS. CURRENT SITUATION IN FAMINE AREAS 2 for famine 6 currently 50% 30% currently 30% 20% currently for famine for famine Households facing extreme food shortage Global acute malnutrition rate Daily deaths per 10,000 people Considering only children under 5, the current situation jumps to 13 daily deaths per 10,000 people SO HOW MUCH IS HELPING? $80 That's 1/7 of monthly household spending on food in the US Money needed to feed a Somali family of 6 for a month Every one USD spent on agriculture this year represents savings of 10 USD in humanitarian ONE ONE O ONE(9E ONE( ONE (1E ONE OONE assistance in 2012 ONE ONE OONE(D ONE OE UN FUNDING APPEAL TO FIGHT THE CRISIS & THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY RESPONSE Specialized agencies moved in quickly in response to the changing threat levels. However, governments showed sluggish reaction as these "slow-onset" crises generally receive less media attention than other tragedies such as earthquakes and floods 74% of total appeal funded 615 Million USD Still urgently needed for relief efforts Funded vs Still required 200,000,000 400,000,000 600,000,000 800,000,000 1,000,000,000 Somalia 79% Kenya 66% Ethiopia 73% Ethiopia 48% (Refugee related) Djibouti 56% YOU CAN HELP ORGANIZATIONS TO SUPPORT Care www.care.org Wherever in the world you are, you can help to make a difference. Spread the word and contribute what you can to one of the several organisations working in the region. The list on the right includes Organization of Islamic Conference some of the most active Islamic Relief www.islamic-relief.org.uk (OIC) www.oic-oci.org Oxfam www.oxfam.org Unicef www.unicef.org World Food Program (WFP) www.wfp.org This infographic was created by bayanat in collaboration with Asilia asılıa www.bayan.at www.weareasilia.com bayan.abi Sources: www.wfp.org | www.unocha.org/crisis/horn-africa-crisis | fts.unocha.org MOMBASA NAIROBI DADAAB CRISIS IN THE HORN OF AFRICA 3 PEOPLE IN NEED Drought in the Horn of Africa, coupled with conflict in Somalia is affecting more than 13 Million 1 Ethiopia 2 Djibouti 3 Somalia 4 Kenya Lives SOMALIA A DISPLACED NATION DISTRIBUTION OF PEOPLE IN NEED: Somali 3.7M Djibouti 147k 800 Kenya 3.2M People dying daily during the flee (mostly women & children) Somali refugees 895k Ethiopian Kenyan Ethiopia 4.6M camps 240k camps 590k 1 2 3 Dadaab The Tent City Daadab is now the 3rd largest city in Kenya and the world's largest refugee camp 440,000+ 1,500 45,000 Refugees Refugees arriving daily Tents urgently needed FUTURES AT RISK There is nothing in the world worse than watching your own child die in front of your eyes because you cannot feed him. - Ban Ki-Moon 640,000 Acutely malnourished children in Somalia. That's one in seven children IN ONLY 90 DAYS ... 29,000 Children below 5 years dead due to malnutrition in Southern Somalia TIMELINE « 2010 2011 2012 » AUG SEP 0CT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN Aug 2010 Jul 2011 Aug 2011 Sep 2011 FAO's first alert at the onset of La Niña event UN declares two Somali regions states of famine: Famine declared in 3 One more famine area more areas: declared: • Afgoye IDP Mogadishu IDP • Middle Shabelle • Bay Province • Southern Bakool • Lower Shabelle Nov 2010 Oct 2011 FAO's first official warning for the driest Oct-Dec season in UN refugee agency flies aid into Mogadishu for the first time in five First expected rains years Jan 2012 60, First expected harvest years Jan 2011 80% Harvest failed Decrease in Staple food prices at rainfall 80% Population that relies on 240% over the 5-year agriculture average in and pastoralism Southern Somalia 60% O Sheep and cattle dead THRESHOLDS FOR FAMINE DECLARATION VS. CURRENT SITUATION IN FAMINE AREAS 2 for famine 6 currently 50% 30% currently 30% 20% currently for famine for famine Households facing extreme food shortage Global acute malnutrition rate Daily deaths per 10,000 people Considering only children under 5, the current situation jumps to 13 daily deaths per 10,000 people SO HOW MUCH IS HELPING? $80 That's 1/7 of monthly household spending on food in the US Money needed to feed a Somali family of 6 for a month Every one USD spent on agriculture this year represents savings of 10 USD in humanitarian ONE ONE O ONE(9E ONE( ONE (1E ONE OONE assistance in 2012 ONE ONE OONE(D ONE OE UN FUNDING APPEAL TO FIGHT THE CRISIS & THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY RESPONSE Specialized agencies moved in quickly in response to the changing threat levels. However, governments showed sluggish reaction as these "slow-onset" crises generally receive less media attention than other tragedies such as earthquakes and floods 74% of total appeal funded 615 Million USD Still urgently needed for relief efforts Funded vs Still required 200,000,000 400,000,000 600,000,000 800,000,000 1,000,000,000 Somalia 79% Kenya 66% Ethiopia 73% Ethiopia 48% (Refugee related) Djibouti 56% YOU CAN HELP ORGANIZATIONS TO SUPPORT Care www.care.org Wherever in the world you are, you can help to make a difference. Spread the word and contribute what you can to one of the several organisations working in the region. The list on the right includes Organization of Islamic Conference some of the most active Islamic Relief www.islamic-relief.org.uk (OIC) www.oic-oci.org Oxfam www.oxfam.org Unicef www.unicef.org World Food Program (WFP) www.wfp.org This infographic was created by bayanat in collaboration with Asilia asılıa www.bayan.at www.weareasilia.com bayan.abi Sources: www.wfp.org | www.unocha.org/crisis/horn-africa-crisis | fts.unocha.org MOMBASA NAIROBI DADAAB CRISIS IN THE HORN OF AFRICA 3 PEOPLE IN NEED Drought in the Horn of Africa, coupled with conflict in Somalia is affecting more than 13 Million 1 Ethiopia 2 Djibouti 3 Somalia 4 Kenya Lives SOMALIA A DISPLACED NATION DISTRIBUTION OF PEOPLE IN NEED: Somali 3.7M Djibouti 147k 800 Kenya 3.2M People dying daily during the flee (mostly women & children) Somali refugees 895k Ethiopian Kenyan Ethiopia 4.6M camps 240k camps 590k 1 2 3 Dadaab The Tent City Daadab is now the 3rd largest city in Kenya and the world's largest refugee camp 440,000+ 1,500 45,000 Refugees Refugees arriving daily Tents urgently needed FUTURES AT RISK There is nothing in the world worse than watching your own child die in front of your eyes because you cannot feed him. - Ban Ki-Moon 640,000 Acutely malnourished children in Somalia. That's one in seven children IN ONLY 90 DAYS ... 29,000 Children below 5 years dead due to malnutrition in Southern Somalia TIMELINE « 2010 2011 2012 » AUG SEP 0CT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN Aug 2010 Jul 2011 Aug 2011 Sep 2011 FAO's first alert at the onset of La Niña event UN declares two Somali regions states of famine: Famine declared in 3 One more famine area more areas: declared: • Afgoye IDP Mogadishu IDP • Middle Shabelle • Bay Province • Southern Bakool • Lower Shabelle Nov 2010 Oct 2011 FAO's first official warning for the driest Oct-Dec season in UN refugee agency flies aid into Mogadishu for the first time in five First expected rains years Jan 2012 60, First expected harvest years Jan 2011 80% Harvest failed Decrease in Staple food prices at rainfall 80% Population that relies on 240% over the 5-year agriculture average in and pastoralism Southern Somalia 60% O Sheep and cattle dead THRESHOLDS FOR FAMINE DECLARATION VS. CURRENT SITUATION IN FAMINE AREAS 2 for famine 6 currently 50% 30% currently 30% 20% currently for famine for famine Households facing extreme food shortage Global acute malnutrition rate Daily deaths per 10,000 people Considering only children under 5, the current situation jumps to 13 daily deaths per 10,000 people SO HOW MUCH IS HELPING? $80 That's 1/7 of monthly household spending on food in the US Money needed to feed a Somali family of 6 for a month Every one USD spent on agriculture this year represents savings of 10 USD in humanitarian ONE ONE O ONE(9E ONE( ONE (1E ONE OONE assistance in 2012 ONE ONE OONE(D ONE OE UN FUNDING APPEAL TO FIGHT THE CRISIS & THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY RESPONSE Specialized agencies moved in quickly in response to the changing threat levels. However, governments showed sluggish reaction as these "slow-onset" crises generally receive less media attention than other tragedies such as earthquakes and floods 74% of total appeal funded 615 Million USD Still urgently needed for relief efforts Funded vs Still required 200,000,000 400,000,000 600,000,000 800,000,000 1,000,000,000 Somalia 79% Kenya 66% Ethiopia 73% Ethiopia 48% (Refugee related) Djibouti 56% YOU CAN HELP ORGANIZATIONS TO SUPPORT Care www.care.org Wherever in the world you are, you can help to make a difference. Spread the word and contribute what you can to one of the several organisations working in the region. The list on the right includes Organization of Islamic Conference some of the most active Islamic Relief www.islamic-relief.org.uk (OIC) www.oic-oci.org Oxfam www.oxfam.org Unicef www.unicef.org World Food Program (WFP) www.wfp.org This infographic was created by bayanat in collaboration with Asilia asılıa www.bayan.at www.weareasilia.com bayan.abi Sources: www.wfp.org | www.unocha.org/crisis/horn-africa-crisis | fts.unocha.org MOMBASA NAIROBI DADAAB CRISIS IN THE HORN OF AFRICA 3 PEOPLE IN NEED Drought in the Horn of Africa, coupled with conflict in Somalia is affecting more than 13 Million 1 Ethiopia 2 Djibouti 3 Somalia 4 Kenya Lives SOMALIA A DISPLACED NATION DISTRIBUTION OF PEOPLE IN NEED: Somali 3.7M Djibouti 147k 800 Kenya 3.2M People dying daily during the flee (mostly women & children) Somali refugees 895k Ethiopian Kenyan Ethiopia 4.6M camps 240k camps 590k 1 2 3 Dadaab The Tent City Daadab is now the 3rd largest city in Kenya and the world's largest refugee camp 440,000+ 1,500 45,000 Refugees Refugees arriving daily Tents urgently needed FUTURES AT RISK There is nothing in the world worse than watching your own child die in front of your eyes because you cannot feed him. - Ban Ki-Moon 640,000 Acutely malnourished children in Somalia. That's one in seven children IN ONLY 90 DAYS ... 29,000 Children below 5 years dead due to malnutrition in Southern Somalia TIMELINE « 2010 2011 2012 » AUG SEP 0CT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN Aug 2010 Jul 2011 Aug 2011 Sep 2011 FAO's first alert at the onset of La Niña event UN declares two Somali regions states of famine: Famine declared in 3 One more famine area more areas: declared: • Afgoye IDP Mogadishu IDP • Middle Shabelle • Bay Province • Southern Bakool • Lower Shabelle Nov 2010 Oct 2011 FAO's first official warning for the driest Oct-Dec season in UN refugee agency flies aid into Mogadishu for the first time in five First expected rains years Jan 2012 60, First expected harvest years Jan 2011 80% Harvest failed Decrease in Staple food prices at rainfall 80% Population that relies on 240% over the 5-year agriculture average in and pastoralism Southern Somalia 60% O Sheep and cattle dead THRESHOLDS FOR FAMINE DECLARATION VS. CURRENT SITUATION IN FAMINE AREAS 2 for famine 6 currently 50% 30% currently 30% 20% currently for famine for famine Households facing extreme food shortage Global acute malnutrition rate Daily deaths per 10,000 people Considering only children under 5, the current situation jumps to 13 daily deaths per 10,000 people SO HOW MUCH IS HELPING? $80 That's 1/7 of monthly household spending on food in the US Money needed to feed a Somali family of 6 for a month Every one USD spent on agriculture this year represents savings of 10 USD in humanitarian ONE ONE O ONE(9E ONE( ONE (1E ONE OONE assistance in 2012 ONE ONE OONE(D ONE OE UN FUNDING APPEAL TO FIGHT THE CRISIS & THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY RESPONSE Specialized agencies moved in quickly in response to the changing threat levels. However, governments showed sluggish reaction as these "slow-onset" crises generally receive less media attention than other tragedies such as earthquakes and floods 74% of total appeal funded 615 Million USD Still urgently needed for relief efforts Funded vs Still required 200,000,000 400,000,000 600,000,000 800,000,000 1,000,000,000 Somalia 79% Kenya 66% Ethiopia 73% Ethiopia 48% (Refugee related) Djibouti 56% YOU CAN HELP ORGANIZATIONS TO SUPPORT Care www.care.org Wherever in the world you are, you can help to make a difference. Spread the word and contribute what you can to one of the several organisations working in the region. The list on the right includes Organization of Islamic Conference some of the most active Islamic Relief www.islamic-relief.org.uk (OIC) www.oic-oci.org Oxfam www.oxfam.org Unicef www.unicef.org World Food Program (WFP) www.wfp.org This infographic was created by bayanat in collaboration with Asilia asılıa www.bayan.at www.weareasilia.com bayan.abi Sources: www.wfp.org | www.unocha.org/crisis/horn-africa-crisis | fts.unocha.org MOMBASA NAIROBI DADAAB CRISIS IN THE HORN OF AFRICA 3 PEOPLE IN NEED Drought in the Horn of Africa, coupled with conflict in Somalia is affecting more than 13 Million 1 Ethiopia 2 Djibouti 3 Somalia 4 Kenya Lives SOMALIA A DISPLACED NATION DISTRIBUTION OF PEOPLE IN NEED: Somali 3.7M Djibouti 147k 800 Kenya 3.2M People dying daily during the flee (mostly women & children) Somali refugees 895k Ethiopian Kenyan Ethiopia 4.6M camps 240k camps 590k 1 2 3 Dadaab The Tent City Daadab is now the 3rd largest city in Kenya and the world's largest refugee camp 440,000+ 1,500 45,000 Refugees Refugees arriving daily Tents urgently needed FUTURES AT RISK There is nothing in the world worse than watching your own child die in front of your eyes because you cannot feed him. - Ban Ki-Moon 640,000 Acutely malnourished children in Somalia. That's one in seven children IN ONLY 90 DAYS ... 29,000 Children below 5 years dead due to malnutrition in Southern Somalia TIMELINE « 2010 2011 2012 » AUG SEP 0CT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN Aug 2010 Jul 2011 Aug 2011 Sep 2011 FAO's first alert at the onset of La Niña event UN declares two Somali regions states of famine: Famine declared in 3 One more famine area more areas: declared: • Afgoye IDP Mogadishu IDP • Middle Shabelle • Bay Province • Southern Bakool • Lower Shabelle Nov 2010 Oct 2011 FAO's first official warning for the driest Oct-Dec season in UN refugee agency flies aid into Mogadishu for the first time in five First expected rains years Jan 2012 60, First expected harvest years Jan 2011 80% Harvest failed Decrease in Staple food prices at rainfall 80% Population that relies on 240% over the 5-year agriculture average in and pastoralism Southern Somalia 60% O Sheep and cattle dead THRESHOLDS FOR FAMINE DECLARATION VS. CURRENT SITUATION IN FAMINE AREAS 2 for famine 6 currently 50% 30% currently 30% 20% currently for famine for famine Households facing extreme food shortage Global acute malnutrition rate Daily deaths per 10,000 people Considering only children under 5, the current situation jumps to 13 daily deaths per 10,000 people SO HOW MUCH IS HELPING? $80 That's 1/7 of monthly household spending on food in the US Money needed to feed a Somali family of 6 for a month Every one USD spent on agriculture this year represents savings of 10 USD in humanitarian ONE ONE O ONE(9E ONE( ONE (1E ONE OONE assistance in 2012 ONE ONE OONE(D ONE OE UN FUNDING APPEAL TO FIGHT THE CRISIS & THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY RESPONSE Specialized agencies moved in quickly in response to the changing threat levels. However, governments showed sluggish reaction as these "slow-onset" crises generally receive less media attention than other tragedies such as earthquakes and floods 74% of total appeal funded 615 Million USD Still urgently needed for relief efforts Funded vs Still required 200,000,000 400,000,000 600,000,000 800,000,000 1,000,000,000 Somalia 79% Kenya 66% Ethiopia 73% Ethiopia 48% (Refugee related) Djibouti 56% YOU CAN HELP ORGANIZATIONS TO SUPPORT Care www.care.org Wherever in the world you are, you can help to make a difference. Spread the word and contribute what you can to one of the several organisations working in the region. The list on the right includes Organization of Islamic Conference some of the most active Islamic Relief www.islamic-relief.org.uk (OIC) www.oic-oci.org Oxfam www.oxfam.org Unicef www.unicef.org World Food Program (WFP) www.wfp.org This infographic was created by bayanat in collaboration with Asilia asılıa www.bayan.at www.weareasilia.com bayan.abi Sources: www.wfp.org | www.unocha.org/crisis/horn-africa-crisis | fts.unocha.org MOMBASA NAIROBI DADAAB CRISIS IN THE HORN OF AFRICA 3 PEOPLE IN NEED Drought in the Horn of Africa, coupled with conflict in Somalia is affecting more than 13 Million 1 Ethiopia 2 Djibouti 3 Somalia 4 Kenya Lives SOMALIA A DISPLACED NATION DISTRIBUTION OF PEOPLE IN NEED: Somali 3.7M Djibouti 147k 800 Kenya 3.2M People dying daily during the flee (mostly women & children) Somali refugees 895k Ethiopian Kenyan Ethiopia 4.6M camps 240k camps 590k 1 2 3 Dadaab The Tent City Daadab is now the 3rd largest city in Kenya and the world's largest refugee camp 440,000+ 1,500 45,000 Refugees Refugees arriving daily Tents urgently needed FUTURES AT RISK There is nothing in the world worse than watching your own child die in front of your eyes because you cannot feed him. - Ban Ki-Moon 640,000 Acutely malnourished children in Somalia. That's one in seven children IN ONLY 90 DAYS ... 29,000 Children below 5 years dead due to malnutrition in Southern Somalia TIMELINE « 2010 2011 2012 » AUG SEP 0CT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN Aug 2010 Jul 2011 Aug 2011 Sep 2011 FAO's first alert at the onset of La Niña event UN declares two Somali regions states of famine: Famine declared in 3 One more famine area more areas: declared: • Afgoye IDP Mogadishu IDP • Middle Shabelle • Bay Province • Southern Bakool • Lower Shabelle Nov 2010 Oct 2011 FAO's first official warning for the driest Oct-Dec season in UN refugee agency flies aid into Mogadishu for the first time in five First expected rains years Jan 2012 60, First expected harvest years Jan 2011 80% Harvest failed Decrease in Staple food prices at rainfall 80% Population that relies on 240% over the 5-year agriculture average in and pastoralism Southern Somalia 60% O Sheep and cattle dead THRESHOLDS FOR FAMINE DECLARATION VS. CURRENT SITUATION IN FAMINE AREAS 2 for famine 6 currently 50% 30% currently 30% 20% currently for famine for famine Households facing extreme food shortage Global acute malnutrition rate Daily deaths per 10,000 people Considering only children under 5, the current situation jumps to 13 daily deaths per 10,000 people SO HOW MUCH IS HELPING? $80 That's 1/7 of monthly household spending on food in the US Money needed to feed a Somali family of 6 for a month Every one USD spent on agriculture this year represents savings of 10 USD in humanitarian ONE ONE O ONE(9E ONE( ONE (1E ONE OONE assistance in 2012 ONE ONE OONE(D ONE OE UN FUNDING APPEAL TO FIGHT THE CRISIS & THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY RESPONSE Specialized agencies moved in quickly in response to the changing threat levels. However, governments showed sluggish reaction as these "slow-onset" crises generally receive less media attention than other tragedies such as earthquakes and floods 74% of total appeal funded 615 Million USD Still urgently needed for relief efforts Funded vs Still required 200,000,000 400,000,000 600,000,000 800,000,000 1,000,000,000 Somalia 79% Kenya 66% Ethiopia 73% Ethiopia 48% (Refugee related) Djibouti 56% YOU CAN HELP ORGANIZATIONS TO SUPPORT Care www.care.org Wherever in the world you are, you can help to make a difference. Spread the word and contribute what you can to one of the several organisations working in the region. The list on the right includes Organization of Islamic Conference some of the most active Islamic Relief www.islamic-relief.org.uk (OIC) www.oic-oci.org Oxfam www.oxfam.org Unicef www.unicef.org World Food Program (WFP) www.wfp.org This infographic was created by bayanat in collaboration with Asilia asılıa www.bayan.at www.weareasilia.com bayan.abi Sources: www.wfp.org | www.unocha.org/crisis/horn-africa-crisis | fts.unocha.org MOMBASA NAIROBI DADAAB

Famine at the Horn of Africa

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An Infographic exploring the catastrophic situation caused at the horn of Africa due to the worst drought to hit the region in 60 years and ways to help!

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