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- Resuming agriculture and income opportunities for communities affected by the CAR crisis22/11/2016
Water and land information management system in Somalia
Somalia water and land information management system, Phase IV
To ensure that available information regarding water and land allows for evidence-based decisionmaking on emergency, rehabilitation, development and natural resource management interventions.
Somali national institutions and line ministries, local and international NGOs, other UN agencies.
Between 1 and 2 million Somalis living in flood-prone areas, as well as NGOs, donors, UN agencies and government institutions.
- 388 interventions and projects supported by SWALIM water and land data.
- Various systems developed/improved, including Somalia Water Sources Information Management System, Irrigation Information Management System, Combined Drought Index.
- Early warning information produced and disseminated to partners and humanitarian agencies to support preparedness and response, including over 50 Storm Watch Bulletins, 20 Dedakal Rainfall Updates, 28 Flood Watch Bulletins.
- SWALIM data used to develop joint UN programme on DRM for Somaliland.
- SWALIM, with FSNAU and FEWS NET, made 14 presentations to the Inter-Cluster Working Group and Humanitarian Country Team.
- Over 2 000 requests for information received and responded to, including for assessment, development, education, emergencies, M&E, proposal development, etc.
- Water and land information resources in support of the Juba and Shebelle River basin updated – more than 80 maps showing status of primary canals in EU-funded ARDOPIS project area produced.
- 56 training sessions conducted for over 400 Somalis on subjects including drought monitoring, SWIMS, report writing, information management, GPS, map reading, etc.
- 11 gates of Janaale barrage installed and operational, benefiting farmers on almost 30 000 ha.
- Monitoring system developed using remote-sensing and high resolution satellite imagery.
- Contributed to improved natural resource management through establishing climate, river, groundwater and land degradation monitoring networks.
- Flood monitoring and forecasting serves 1–2 million Somalis, and drought monitoring and early warning serves at least half the Somali population.
- Data produced is used by decision-makers, planners, designers, operation managers in natural resource-based projects and programmes.
- Rehabilitated barrages used for irrigation and increases crop production, potentially benefiting up to 50–60 000 farmers.
- Capacity development of Somali institutions facilitating the transfer of SWALIM activities to Somali centres.