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As of 31 October 2011

Horn of Africa Crisis

UNICEF Somalia

SUPPLIES FOR CHILDREN SUPPLY/LOGISTICS RESPONSE

TOTAL

METRIC

TONS

BY AIR

Chartered Flights

July-October

Chartered flights include destinations in and/or serving operations in Central South Somalia (incl. Mandera, Kenya). Flights which operated to North West and North East Zone are not counted.

9

Vessels

3068

Metric Tons

Trucks

Baidoa

Main Hub - UNICEF Office

International Sea Freight

Entry Port & Transit Warehouse Air Route Land Route

Nairobi

Sea Route Mombasa

Nutrition To treat children suffering from severe acute malnutrition (SAM).

Blanket Supplementary Feeding CSB+ and rice (including supplies currently on in-country transit).

1103

73,545

5982

239,280

Metric Tons

Metric Tons

Children

Families

Immunisations

5016

Metric Tons

BY LAND

93

Galkayo Mandera

Main Logistics Hubs and Entry Points

Berbera

Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Foods

BY SEA for

Hargeisa

Mogadishu

of life-saving supplies reaching drought & famine affected children in Somalia

126

International Sea Freight

International Air Freight

10,468

Figures 2011.

International Sea Freight

Since July, more than ten-thousand three hundred metric tons of essential supplies were delivered to children in Somalia by air, land and sea routes. With support from UNICEF’s Supply Division in Denmark, forty full charter jumbo jet flights carrying close to 4,000 tons of supplies to Kenya for onward dispatch to Somalia were also organised.

Types of violations Measles vaccines

2,470,000

Vaccines for routine & campaigns in Child Recruitments 394 doses Mogadishu, Baidoa IDPs, Gedo, Hiiraan, incl. necessary Maiming/Physical 174 Galgadud and Bakool, incl. doses pre- Assault injection materials positioned for future campaigns. Rape/Attempted rape 161

Illegal Arrests/Detentions

2330

Metric Tons

2,230,000 Children

6 monhts - 15 years

75

WASH Denial of Humanitarian Access Killing/Manslaughter

Soap distributions Figures as of June 2011

Up to

140

55 2

Metric tons

175,560 Families


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