Somalia is ranked at the bottom of the countries in the UNDP 2008 Human Development Index and has topped the Fund for Peace index of failed states for the past two years. The south and central regions of Somalia are crippled by conflict and violence, causing large numbers of internally displaced people (IDP). In addition, hazards such as droughts and floods severely affect livelihoods and community coping mechanisms. Save the Children's work in Somalia has focused on children’s health, improving their families’ ability to survive, and helping children go to school. DRR activities included the implementation of the emergency response project 'Integrated Child Support Emergency Project’ (ICSE) implemented in 2010, directly benefiting 2,000 children and 1,000 indirectly.