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Enhancing Land and Water Resources Management in Somaliland and Puntland - GCP/SOM/059/EC








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    Strengthening Water and Land Information Management in Somalia - GCP/SOM/050/MUL 2019
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    More than two decades of civil unrest in Somalia has led to the loss or damage of crucial information related to land and water resources from the last half century. In response, the FAO Somali Water and Land Information Management (SWALIM) programme was established in 2003 to build a large set of high quality datasets, based on geographic, structured and up-to-date observations and measurements. Technically managed by FAO, SWALIM assisted Somali communities by providing high quality water and land information to improve relief, rehabilitation and development initiatives in Somalia and better manage water and land resources.
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    Our work in Puntland 2020
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    Since 2006 Somalia Water and Land Information Management (SWALIM) has been operating in Puntland. Informative data has been collected on land, water and climate. The information is organized in themes: Water resources (Climate, floods, water resources and water reports); Land resources (Land degradation, Land suitability, soils and land reports). This information is generated with the support of a strong Information management, GIS and remote sensing units in collaboration with Puntland government partner institutions. SWALIM information management team has organized the data to facilitate quick retrieval through a variety of online and offline platforms.
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    FAO/ Somalia Plan of Action 2011-2013 2017
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    The FAO Somalia Plan of Action 2011-2013 is derived from the recently published FAO Strategy in Somalia 2011-2015 which provides the analysis, justification and underlying principles of FAO’s actions in the country. The overall goal of the Strategy is Improving Livelihoods and Food Security in Somalia informed by the principle of building back better. The Strategy is the outcome of a process that gave high officials from Somaliland, Puntland and South Central/ Transitional Federal Government -TF G the opportunity to voice their views on the priority issues that Somalia must resolve for direct impact and catalytic effect. The results of the discussions were refined and elaborated into specific objectives and outcomes by the FAO Somalia team of national and international experts on the basis of their considerable experience of Somalia and hard data and information from various sources, particularly from the Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU) and the Somali Water and Land In formation Management project (SWALIM).

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