Decades of conflict and recurring disaster makes Somalia one of the most fragile states around the world. With over 600,000 people in need of food security and livelihoods, World Vision is actively providing support through a variety of emergency and rehabilitative projects including food and cash assistance, health and nutrition, water and sanitation, education and protection and non-food items to meet the emergency needs of the affected communities while addressing some of the underlying causes of vulnerability. Collecting and responding to feedback from these communities is key to World Vision’s work and accountability.
Community Response Map visualizes feedback collected through multiple communication channels and enables project managers to assess the effectiveness of World Vision Somalia’s interventions across various metrics such as geography, gender, and age over time.
Respondents by Location
This map is for illustrative purpose only. Names and boundaries do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations and participating organizations.
Sectors on this Project
What are the Sectors?
Clusters are groups of humanitarian organizations, both UN and non-UN, in each of the sectors of humanitarian action, e.g. water, health and logistics. They are designated by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) and have clear responsibilities for coordination.