Somalia

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Established in 2010, the Child Protection Working Group (CPWG) in Somalia is a forum through which agencies with child protection programmes in Somalia coordinate their interventions, seek consensus on strategic issues and create partnerships and linkages for better prioritization of the available resources. The overall objective of the Working Group is to attain an effective and predictable response to child protection issues in Somalia through improved coordination of activities in order to enhance protection of children affected emergencies.Chaired by UNICEF Somalia, and co-chaired by Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli (CISP) at the National level, the National Child Protection Working Group seeks to involve relevant agencies and existing coordination mechanisms in Somalia. The Working Group reports to the Protection Cluster. Membership of the CPWG is open to UN agencies, international organizations, national and international NGOs, government and civil society organizations actively involved in child protection programming in Somalia.

Country Key Contacts

Ranjini Paskarasingam

Coordinator rpaskarasingam@unicef.org

Ismail Mohamed

Information Management Officer imohamed@unicef.org

Key Figures

2020 Response plan in numbers

1.6 M
People in Need
926,000
People Targeted
24.3 M
Funding Requested
597,000
Funding Received

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