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World Vision Partners to Support Health Needs of Displaced Somalis

Health workers help displaced families monitoring children's growth to prevent malnutrition and supporting the sick or those in need of attention. 

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The Gift of Permanent Shelter Gives Displaced Somali Family a New Start

We are supporting displaced families who are returning to Somalia, providing initial stability through safe housing, clean water and sanitation. 

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World Vision has been operational in Somalia since 1992. We have programmes in all the regions of the country.

We are dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice, promote development and resilience. Our goal is to enhance the resilient well-being of 2 Million Children and their communities in Somalia by 2020.

Food Security and Livelihood, Health and Nutrition, and Water and Sanitation have been the three major foci for Somalia. However, we have been strengthening our programming on Education, Shelter and Protection.

14.6 million

Population, total


Capital City

4.5 billion

GDP (current US$)
Dayib Visits Kowsar Hussein and her 2-month-old child at home
A pillar for his community – Dayib The Health Worker

A pillar for his community – Dayib The Health Worker

Dayib Muuse Beegsi, 55, is a community health worker and a father of four. He lives in Kalabaydh village in the Awdal region of Baki district in Somaliland. As a community health worker in Kalabaydh, he visits between 2 - 4 families every day to provide health care services to expectant mothers and sick children. 

Responding to Emergencies in Somalia

Our Work

Through our work in various sectors, we are working to improve the well-being of 2 million children across the country.

Improving life: water filters

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Fighting Tuberculosis

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A Bed for a House in Somalia

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