The donation of the Government of Japan has contributed to the ICRC being able to treat over 2,700 weapon-wounded at the hospital of Keysaney (run by the Somali Red Crescent) and Median (community-run), the two main referral facilities for surgery in Mogadishu.

Emergency stocks were stored in key locations country wide and constantly replenished. Five first-aid posts located in the Bay, Galgudud, Lower Juba and Middle Shabele regions received monthly supplies. Kismayo hospital also had the help of four members of the Keysaney and Medina surgical staff, who flew in on 28 August amid heavy fighting in the port city and performed 192 operations over 12 days.

In the 12 ICRC supported hospitals that provided:
・5896 patients
・ 3,206 weapon-wounded, 1.860 other surgical cases, and 777 medical and 53 gynecological /obstetric patients;
・ 8,599 surgical operations performed;
・13,570 outpatients given surgical or medical consultations

In the 5 ICRC-supported first-aid posts that provided:
・ 7,826 wounded people treated