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8,988 familias de barrios y comunidades vulnerables de Tegucigalpa y 5 municipios aledaños, implementando medidas piloto de Adaptación al Cambio Climático: cosecha de aguas de lluvias para uso doméstico y escolar, reservorios de agua para riego, microrriego para optimización de agua, control de inundaciones mediante cunetas y huellas de concreto, mejoramiento de sistemas rurales de agua potable (represa), pilas comunitarias de agua, filtros para reutlización de agua y ecofogones.
# of IDP Locations (host families & Camps): 190
Estimated number of IDPs: 99,077
Displacement started in June 2011 due to the fighting between the Government and the Kachin Independence Organization. The majority of IDPs live in camps along the Myanmar-China Border. Approximately 43% of IDPs live in camps in non-Government Controlled areas (NGCA).
In Khan Eshieh camp in Rif Damascus, a truce was signed between the Government of Syria and the Armed Opposition Groups at the end of November 2016. Subsequently, an inter-agency convoy was authorized to access civilians trapped in the besieged area. On 16 December, UNRWA participated in the convoy and successfully delivered food, non-food items (NFIs) and medical items to Palestine refugees trapped in the area. This is the first time since 2013 that UNRWA has had access to Khan Eshieh camp. UNRWA will continue its efforts to regain access to Khan Eshieh and other camps, including Sbeineh.
The Emergency Tracking (ET) system is a crisis-based tool that aims at tracking sudden displacement or return movements triggered by specific crises. The ET figures reported on this portal are not cumulative of the all persons affected by the Mosul crisis thus far, rather the ET update provides only a snapshot of the current displacement situation for the indicated date. The data and information reported on this page are related solely to the displacement caused by the Mosul operations which started on 17 October 2016.
In 2016, more than 690,000 people were newly displaced across Iraq; around 318,000 people remain displaced along the Mosul corridor where fighting has intensified over the last months. At the end of the year, over 121,000 people were living in displacement as a result of the Mosul conflict; 85 per cent of whom were staying in emergency sites and camps supported by the Government and humanitarian partners.
3,156 arrivals by sea in 2017
published 09:00 CET 20 January
387,487 arrivals in 2016
Pre-Crisis Market Analysis (PCMA)
Agriculture & Food Security Updates
The Comprehensive Livelihoods, Food Security, and Nutrition Vulnerability Assessment (ZimVAC) indicate that 3.4 million people are currently food insecure (Oct-Dec). This number is expected to increase to 4.1 million people at the peak of the lean season, from January to March 2017.
Families returned this week: 994
Families remaining in displacement: 71,969
Families returned in 2017: 2,034
Families returned total*: 232,202