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Djibouti + 9 others
Eastern Africa: Regional Humanitarian Snapshot (as of 05 Aug 2014)

New OCHA Regional Humanitarian Snapshot highlights severe funding gaps in South Sudan, Sudan and Somalia as 14.4 million people face food insecurity across region.

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Burundi + 7 others
Eastern Africa: Food Security Conditions (as of June 2014)

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South Sudan + 11 others
Eastern Africa Humanitarian Bulletin, Issue 35 | June 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Nearly 10 million people are living as refugees or IDPs in the eastern Africa region

  • Humanitarian situation worsening for IDPs in South Sudan and Darfur

  • Kenya crackdown on illegal immigrants impacting livelihoods for urban refugees

  • Over 400,000 displaced people require urgent assistance in volatile Katanga, south-eastern DRC

  • Humanitarian situation in Somalia rapidly sliding into emergency, as funding remains critically low

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Kenya + 6 others
New Arrivals Registration Trends by Date - 2014

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World + 21 others
CERF Quarterly Update - January - March 2014

The largest allocations were provided to address critical needs in CAR and South Sudan. The donor community has contributed $220.7 million to CERF so far for 2014, one of the largest amounts since its launch in 2006.

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Eastern Africa: Displaced Populations Report (Issue 16, 30 September 2013 - 31 March 2014)

As of March 2014, there were 9,573,092 people displaced in Burundi, eastern DRC, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda.

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Burundi + 8 others
Eastern Africa Humanitarian Bulletin, Issue 33 | 11 February - 7 March 2014

Humanitarian actors in Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan and Uganda continue to appeal for assistance in responding to reported outbreaks of measles, polio and meningitis.

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Burundi: Floods and Landslide (as of 11 Feb 2014) - Location Map

11 Feb 2014 - Torrential rain during 9 Feb caused floods and landslides, resulting in extensive damage, mostly in the northern district of Bujumbura. Over 50 people died and infrastructure has been destroyed. The Gikoma Nyabagere river was flooded and affected Buterere, Kinama and Kamenge districts.

Reference: Burundi/catastrophe : plus de 50 morts dans des pluies

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Kenya + 9 others
Eastern Africa Humanitarian Bulletin, Issue 32 | 20 January - 11 February 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Food security stable but some areas experiencing crisis

  • Protection concerns for South Sudanese IDPs and refugees

  • Displacement crisis in Katanga, DRC

  • Reintegration challenges for expelled migrants from Tanzania

  • Less displacement caused by inter-communal violence in Kenya in 2013 compared to 2012

  • ICRC in Sudan forced to suspend operations, in talks with Government

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World + 45 others
CERF Quarterly Update - October-December 2013

CERF and its partners were challenged by a series of large, complex crises in the Central African Republic, the Philippines, Syria and Yemen, affecting 35 million people.

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World + 45 others
CERF 2013 Summary

Member States and the private sector contributed $474 million to CERF for 2013—the highest-ever annual total. An additional $6.7 million was pledged and remains outstanding.

CERF received more than $507 million in contributions during 2013, including payments for 2012 and early funding for 2014. See table on the right for more details.

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Kenya + 9 others
Eastern Africa Humanitarian Bulletin, Issue 31 | 15 December 2013 – 20 January 2014

UNHCR reports that as many as 500 South Sudanese are arriving daily and is concerned by the large presence of children among arrivals, the majority of whom are separated from their families.

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Kenya + 14 others
Southern Africa Humanitarian Bulletin: Issue 13, January 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • There are more than half a million people of concern to UNHCR in southern Africa, as well as a large number of irregular migrants.

  • South Africa remains the recipient of the highest annual number of asylum applications worldwide, with 82,000 applications in 2012.

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Plan de Réponse Stratégique pour la République démocratique du Congo 2014

RÉSUMÉ

A. Objectifs stratégiques

  1. Renforcer la protection de la population civile et améliorer l’accès aux vivres, aux biens et services de base dans les zones affectées par les violences et les conflits armés

  2. Contribuer à réduire la morbidité et la mortalité dues à la malnutrition aigüe dans les zones en crise nutritionnelle

  3. Contribuer à réduire la morbidité et la mortalité excessives au sein des populations touchées par les épidémies

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Kenya + 9 others
Eastern Africa Humanitarian Bulletin, Issue 30 | 15 November – 15 December 2013

Sporadic fighting in parts of Kenya, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan has left hundreds of people dead, scores injured and triggered a fresh wave of displacements.

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Eastern Africa: Displaced Populations Report (Issue 15, 31 March - 30 September 2013)

Nearly 750,000 people displaced since March 2013

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Kenya + 11 others
Eastern Africa Humanitarian Bulletin, Issue 29 | 1 October -15 November 2013

More than 10 million people are displaced in the region as of September 2013 representing an increase of more than a million individuals since end-March 2013.

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Somalia + 9 others
Eastern Africa Humanitarian Bulletin, Issue 28 | 20 August - 30 September 2013

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Polio outbreak in South Sudan, after four-year lull

  • Current favourable climatic conditions create opportunity for preparedness and contingency planning

  • Tanzania expels more than 30,000 to Burundi and Rwanda

  • Needs in Great Lakes region “overwhelming” as high-level efforts seek peace

  • Humanitarian interventions ongoing in Moyale, Kenya, following renewed conflict

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