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Title: Risk of Relapse: Somalia crisis update
Keywords: disasters
food security
maternal and child health
refugees and idps
water and sanitation
masiibooyin
kayd cunto
caafimaadka hooyada iyo dhallaanaka
qaxootiga iyo barakacayaasha
biyo iyo daryeelka caafimaadka
disastri
sicurezza alimentare
salute materna e infantile
rifugiati e sfollati interni
acqua e servizi igienico-sanitari
Issue Date: 7-May-2014
Publisher: Oxfam International
Type: article
Call Number: Originale conservato presso il Centro Studi Somali (http://host.uniroma3.it/centri/CentroStudiSomali/index.php)
Pages: 3
Abstract: With a third of Somalia’s population in need of humanitarian aid, the country is clearly in severe crisis. Although the humanitarian statistics are better than in previous years, most aspects of everyday life for people fall far below acceptable living standards. The paper presents an update of this crisis in Somalia.
Dadweynaha soomaaliyeed saddex kameelood meel waxay u baahanyihiin gargaar aadami, dalku wuxuu marayaa xaalad halis ah. Inkastoo tirakoobka gargaarka aadamigu uu dhaamo midka sannadihii hore, haddan dadka intooda badan, hab nololeedkoodu aad buu uga hooseeyaa midka caadiga ah. Maqaalku wuxuu si cusub u muujinayaa dhibaatadaan haysa dalka soomaaliyeed.
Con un terzo della popolazione della Somalia bisognosa di aiuti umanitari, il paese attraversa una grave crisi. Anche se le statistiche umanitarie sono migliori rispetto agli anni precedenti, la maggior parte degli aspetti della vita quotidiana per le persone sono lontane dagli standard di vita accettabili. L'articolo presenta un aggiornamento di questa crisi della Somalia.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2307/3011
Language: en
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