Muslim Aid distributed food aid to 260 families inside Baidoa. Muslim Aid is also running nutrition programme(s) in centres based in Madina and Afgoye corridor as well as Lower Juba, which has reported to have received high numbers of women and children seeking treatments.
The numbers of IDPs in Mogadishu still remain high and new refugees are arriving each day in fairly large numbers. The prices of food are continuing to rise at an alarming rate. Acute water diarrhoea, malaria, anaemia, malnutrition and scabies remain the top of the diseases amongst the IDPs.