The report examines how future mobility patterns will impact the overall socio-economic situation in the Central African Republic, in particular the risks of food insecurity and potential land and property challenges.
The meeting – requested by the US owing to the “increasingly grim situation” – is expected to hear from Ban Ki-moon, as well as senior UN officials dealing with the Ebola crisis.
As many as 500 Syrians, Palestinians, Egyptians and Sudanese are feared to have drowned after traffickers reportedly rammed and sank their boat near Malta.
Over 340,000 people were forced from their homes and 34,000 houses were destroyed. IFRC launched a $2.3 million appeal to help the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society provide humanitarian assistance to 97,000 people.