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Title: The 2011 Famine in Somalia: lessons learnt from a failed response?
Authors: Seal, Andrew
Bailey, Rob
Discipline: Center for Somali Studies List of Subjects::Politics/History::cooperation
Xoghayaha Xarunta Cilmibaarista Soomaaliyeed::Siyaasad/Taariikh::iskaashi
Soggettario Centro Studi Somalo::POLITICA/STORIA::Cooperazione
Keywords: humanitarian crisis
aid system response
dhibaatooyin samafaleed
falgalka habka gargaarka
crisi umanitarie
risposta del sistema di aiuti
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: BioMed Central Ltd
Type: article
Journal: Conflict and Health
Call Number: Originale conservato presso il Centro Studi Somali (
Issue Number: 22
Pages: 5
Abstract: The 2011 famine in Somalia was predicted and could have been mitigated or prevented if the humanitarian response had been timely and more effective. To improve responsiveness to early warnings, action is required to better insulate the humanitarian system from political agendas.
Abaarta ka dhacday Soomaaliya 2011 waxay ahayd mid horay loo saadaaliyay, waana laga tabaabasheysan karay ama laga hortegi karay haddii falgalka samafalku uu ahaan lahaa mid degdeg ah oo waxtar leh. Si loo hagaajiyo falgalka habka qayladhaanta, waxaa loo baahanyahay in samafalka, gebi ahaan, laga saaro siyaasadda.
La carestia del 2011 in Somalia era stata prevista e avrebbe potuto essere attenuata o evitata se la risposta umanitaria fosse stata tempestiva ed efficace. Per migliorare la risposta ai sistemi di preallarme, è necessario isolare maggiormente il sistema umanitario dall'agenda politica.
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Language: en
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