Somalia: Joint Market and Supply Chain Update, December 12, 2021 – December 19, 2021 – Somalia
The November 2021 Consumer Price Index (CPI) report released by the FGS, Statistics Department, shows a monthly increase of 0.63% and annual inflation of 5.03%.
Water scarcity continues in most parts of the south-central area, prices are high and water transport by truck has been reported in Galmudug and Puntland.
Livestock prices are falling in the northeastern regions due to increased supplies to markets resulting from water scarcity and poor pasture.
â¢ The November 2021 Consumer Price Index (CPI) report published by FGS, the statistics department, shows a monthly increase in the CPI of (+ 0.64%). The all-group CPI was 127.27 in November 2021, compared to 126.47 in October 2021. In addition, the annual inflation rate over the twelve-month period, from November 2020 to November 2021, is 5.03%. The largest monthly price increase was food (+ 1.35%).
â¢ In Bakara market, wholesale prices of local cereals such as white maize, red and white sorghum increased from 11% to 25% per 50 kg bag.
â¢ In the Bakara market, the prices of fruits and vegetables remained the same as last week with the exception of onions which increased by 11% and carrots decreased by â35% per kg. In addition, the prices of fresh fruits and vegetables are expected to increase due to the scarcity of rains and the increase in fuel prices.
â¢ In the capital, most roads are accessible and transport services are normal. In addition, port operations are continuing normally in the port of Mogadishu.