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A Survey Report on how the marginalized communities in IDP sites in Mogadishu and Kismayo perceive their exclusion

1 June 2021

This resource was produced by MRG’s partner(s) with MRG. It remains the property of the organization(s) in question and does not necessarily reflect the views of MRG.

This Survey was conducted by the Marginalized Communities Advocates – Network (MCA-N) with support from UNHCR targeting a population of 288 individuals from different age groups comprising young boys between 18-20 years and adult men and females above 48 years of age. The study targeted a total of six IDP camps in both Mogadishu and Kismayo regions in the period between 6 July to 18 August 2019.

The report presents the main findings from the focus groups by main topics raised by the participants. For most of the questions, points raised and opinions shared by the participants show a great convergence between men and women, and most of the findings apply to both gender groups. Where necessary, the report explicitly highlighted where men and women have raised particular issues.

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Marginalized Communities Advocates – Network (MCA-N)