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Food , Security Assesment Unit,Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome (Italy)

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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome (Italy)

Project Formulation Tool Kit

The Toolkit, managed by the Technical Cooperation Department (TC), is designed to facilitate the formulation of projects under the FAO supported Special Programme for Food Security (SPFS), the Technical Cooperation Programme (TCP) and TeleFood, as well as under Trust Fund arrangements. Its content is organized into five clusters: andrdquoProject Categoriesandrdquo, andrdquoFunding Sourcesandrdquo, andrdquoSPFSandrdquo, andrdquoUseful Information and Referencesandrdquoand andrdquoLessons Learnedandrdquo, each with distinct characteristics. Introductory texts to each subject provide a general context and key issues concerned, with links to further information. For the most common technical disciplines of FAO's mandated areas, the Toolkit provides access to normative frameworks for project formulation and andrdquobest practiceandrdquoproject examples, preparation guidelines for FAO funding sources, supportive material and lessons learned from project implementation. The SPFS, for which there is a specific site, assumes a prominent role in the Kit. The Kit is not seeking to produce standardized and detailed blueprints. It is designed as an evolving process that will grow and change as needed by users. The Kit is accessible through the Technical Cooperation Department's web site andrdquoField Programme Management Information System (FPMIS)andrdquo.

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Sogreah Consulting Engineers

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Desert Research Center, Mataria (Egypt)

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European Commission- Somalia Unit

Towards a strategy for agricultural developmnt in Somalia, From relief, rehabiliation and reconstruction to development

A preliminary draft of the outline of FAO strategy and programme approach for rehabilitattion and reconstruction of the food and agricultural sector in Somalia. The programme will be finalized and implemented as an integral component of the world bank coordinated multi-donor tskforceandrdquoFramework for planning of long term reconstruction and recoveryandrdquoof the country.

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Landmine Action, London (U.K)

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Flood Watch Bulletin 11-11-2014

During the week ending on 10 November, 2014, there was a reduction of rainfall activities within the Juba and Shabelle river basins both inside Somalia and within the Ethiopian highlands.

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Somalia Dekadal Rainfall Bulletin - Dekad 30 2014

During the 3rd Dekad of October (21st – 30th October 2014), there was reduced rainfall activities in the northwestern and northeastern parts of Somalia. Many parts in the south received light to moderate rains in the same period. Below is a brief summary of the rainfall situation by region for this dekad.

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Somalia Dekadal Rainfall Bulletin - Dekad 31 2014

During the first Dekad of November 2014 (1st – 10th November), there were reduced rainfall activities in the northern parts of Somalia. Many parts in the south received light to moderate rains in the same period. Below is a brief summary of the rainfall situation by region for this dekad.

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Flood Watch Bulletin 18-11-2014

During the week ending on 17 November 2014, there was a reduction of rainfall activities within the Juba and Shabelle river basins both inside Somalia and within the Ethiopian highlands.

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Somalia Dekadal Rainfall Bulletin - Dekad 32 2014

During the second Dekad of November 2014 (11th – 20th November), there were reduced rainfall activities in the northern parts of Somalia with the exception of the north eastern coastal areas which received moderate rains. Many parts in the south received light to moderate rains in the same period. Below is a brief summary of the rainfall situation by region for this dekad.

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Agricultural baseline of Jamama District - Lower Juba

Somalia is situated in northeastern Africa and covers an area of 637 660 km2. It has the longest coastline in Africa, being bordered by the Gulf of Aden to the north and the Indian Ocean to the east. The country is bordered by Kenya in the south, Ethiopia in the west and by Djibouti in the north-west. The country can be divided in five distinct physio-geographic zones differentiated by topography:

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Agrosphere

Summarized physical and biotic descriptions of range monitoring sites volume 5 part 5

Provides a summarized physical and biotic description of monitoring sites in the study area.

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Resource Management and Research

Flood Watch Bulletin 25-11-2014

During the week ending on 24 November 2014, there was an increase of rainfall activities within the Juba and Shabelle river basins inside Somalia with most stations recording moderate to heavy rains. Bardheere in Gedo region recorded a total of 229mm in three consecutive days. There were isolated cases of localised flooding in Baidoa, Belet Hawac and Bardheere environs following heavy rains.

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Flood Watch Bulletin 04-11-2014

During the week ending on 03 November, 2014, moderate to heavy rains were experienced in both Juba and Shabelle river basins inside Somalia. There was however a reduction of rainfall activities within the Ethiopian highlands.

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Somalia Dekadal Rainfall Bulletin - Dekad 29 2014

During the 2nd Dekad of October (11th – 20th October 2014), there was a slight reduction of rainfall activities in the northwestern parts. Other areas continued to receive the Deyr rains. Moderate to heavy rains were recorded in many parts of the country. Below is a brief summary of the rainfall situation by region for this dekad.

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Flood Watch Bulletin 28-10-2014

During the week ending on 27th October, 2014, moderate to heavy rains were experienced in both Juba and Shabelle river basins inside Somalia and within the Ethiopian highlands leading to floods in some parts. The worst flood affected areas along the Shabelle River are Belet Weyne in Hiraan region; and in Middle Shabelle region where there has been several river breakages. Along the Juba River, floods have been reported in Dollow (Gedo region), Jilib and Jamame in Lower Juba. Other reports also indicate localized flooding in Huduur in Bakool region following heavy rains in the area.

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