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Resilient Markets in Beledweyne At the Frontlines of Conflict and Climate Change

Beledweyne is grappling with a severe humanitarian crisis triggered by extensive flooding on November 12th when rising river water levels led to extensive flooding that engulfed the town. This crisis persisted, culminating in a surge of water levels on November 17th due to heavy rainfall. Approximately over 200,000 individuals are affected by the flooding. Danish Refugee Council managed evacuation sites currently the most populated, including Farah Cafi with 2000 households, Cel Jaale A with around 1000 households on the east side of the city, and Far Majabaley on the west site with 1000 households, these evacuation areas have become crucial hubs for affected populations.

Beledweyne Flood Overview_DRC Somalia Nov 2023
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