Building resilience among the most vulnerable in Mogadishu

The World Food Programme (WFP) and the Somali government roll out a programme to provide a safety net for Mogadishu’s most vulnerable.

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Somalia has seen rapid urbanization in the last 15 years and 61 percent of the country’s poor live in urban areas. Photo: WFP/Kevin Ouma
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WFP assistance is a lifeline for those who have been pushed off their lands by conflict or drought. Photo: WFP/Kevin Ouma
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WFP’s cash programme will enable vulnerable people to cover basic needs other than food. Photo: WFP/Kevin Ouma
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Families headed by persons with disabilities have priority in WFP’s cash assistance programme. Photo: WFP/Kevin Ouma

Learn more about WFP’s work in Somalia

World Food Programme Insight

Insight by The World Food Programme

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