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Somalia

Somali Red Crescent Society

The fragile balance between life and death during Somali drought

The fragile balance between life and death during Somali drought

Somalia: The value of mobile healthcare during extensive drought

In Pictures - Drought in Somalia

In Pictures - Drought in Somalia

Severe drought puts millions at risk of acute food insecurity

Somalia: Drought brings drop in some diseases, increase in others

Somalia: Drought brings drop in some diseases, increase in others

Effects of Somali drought not just limited to hunger - but to increase in disease

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Contact details

Address:

Nairobi Liaison Office
c/o International Committee of the Red Cross
Denis Pritt Road
Nairobi

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 73226-00200
Nairobi

Contact Information:

Tel: (254) 20 27 23963 / 2713367 / 3541258 (Ext: 2038/2039/2098 (Nairobi
Fax: (254) 20 27 15598 / 2713003 (Nairobi)
Telex: -
Telegram: -
Email: info.bishacas@africaonline.co.ke
Web: http://www.bishacas-srcs.org

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • President: Mr Yusuf Hassan MOHAMED
  • Vice-President: Gen. Abdi Nur Yuusuf AHMED
  • Secretary General: . Vacant Position
  • SRCS Coordinator, Mogadishu: Mr Mohamed Ahmed MOHAMED
  • SRCS Somaliland Coordinator, Hargeisa: Mr Ahmed Abdi BAKAL
  • Head of Finance South Central and Puntland: Mr Abdinor Abdullahi ADEN
  • Head of Finance for Somaliland: Miss Faisa Hassan YOUSUF
  • Director of Organizational Development and Communication: Mr Abdulkadir Ibrahim "Afi" HAJI
  • Focal Point FDRS : Mr Abdulkadir Ibrahim “Afi” HAJI

Latest appeals

16 March 2017
Somalia - Drought (MDRSO005)
Somalia - Emergency Appeal Revision No. 1
13 February 2017
Somalia - Drought (MDRSO005)
Somalia - Operations Update no. 5
30 December 2016
Somalia - Drought (MDRSO005)
Somalia - Operations update no.4
25 October 2016
Somalia - Drought (MDRSO005)
Somalia - Donor Response
8 September 2016
Somalia - Drought (MDRSO005)
Somalia - 6 Month update

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