- UNICEF Liberia Ebola Special Situation Report 25 November 2015
- ACAPS anticipatory briefing note -Liberia: re-emergence of Ebola – 23 Nov 2015
- OCHA: Ebola Bulletin Nov 2015
Appeals & Funding
- Republic of Liberia: The Economic Stabilization and Recovery Plan
- Mano River Union Post-Ebola Socio-economic Recovery Programme
- FAO EVD Outbreak National Response Programme - Liberia, Oct 2014-Sep 2015
The Resident Representative of the African Development Bank Group in Liberia, Margaret Kilo, launched a national radio broadcasting program dedicated to women’s empowerment as an early celebration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and Girls and the 16 Days of Activism, which kicked off on Wednesday, November 25. The official ceremony was hosted by Liberian Vice-President, Joseph Nyumah Boakai, on Tuesday, November 24, in partnership with other development institutions such as UN Women in Liberia.
27 November 2015 – Following the flare-up of Ebola in Liberia 77 days after the outbreak was declared over, the region's top coordinator of the United Nations response to the epidemic said the three West African countries most affected by the deadly disease cannot recover from its ravages on their own.
On 20 November 2015, the Government of Liberia confirmed three new cases of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) from a family of six living in a suburb of the capital Monrovia. All of them were transferred to an Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU). One of the three confirmed cases, a fourteen year old boy, died on 23 November. His brother and father remain under treatment. Nineteen contacts, including three other family members of the boy are under observation.
AGIR - the Global Alliance for Resilience Initiative - was launched during the Sahel food and nutrition crisis of 2012 with the aim of achieving 'Zero Hunger' in the West Africa Sahel region by 2032. The EU was closely involved in establishing AGIR and continues to provide support.
Missing Migrants Project tracks deaths of migrants along migratory routes across the globe. This map shows the different paths with a focus on Niger. #MissingMigrants.
To document lessons learned from the Liberia Food Security Assessment 2015, a survey was designed to obtain feedback from Food Security actors in Liberia regarding the usefulness and extent to which the report has met planned objectives to bridge information gaps and support programming processes.
The survey aimed to address the following aspects of the report:
As of 23 November there are 3 confirmed cases, 8 probable and 6 suspected cases. One confirmed case (initial case) and one suspected case are deceased.
All 3 confirmed EVD cases are from the same family from Duport Road Area in Monrovia, Monsterrado.
A total of 152 contacts had been listed and 138 (91%) had been followed.
8 of 10 high-risk contacts who are health care workers at JFK were moved to a confined site for precautionary observation.
I. Epidemiological Situation
On Thursday 19 November 2015, a sample collected from a 15 year old male in Monrovia, tested positive for Ebola Virus Disease (EVD). This patient with onset of illness on 13 November 2015 had been admitted at the JFK Memorial Centre on 17th November 2015. Following confirmation of EVD, the patient was transferred to ELWA Ebola Treatment Unit.
PROJECTED FOOD ASSISTANCE NEEDS FOR MAY 2016
Child brides in Africa could more than double to 310 million by 2050 - UNICEF
NEW YORK/LUSAKA, Zambia, 26 November 2015 – If current levels persist, the total number of child brides in Africa will rise from 125 million to 310 million by 2050, according to a UNICEF report released at the African Union Girls Summit in Lusaka, Zambia, today.
Author: Kieran Guilbert
DAKAR, Nov 25 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The world's worst recorded Ebola outbreak and militant violence in West Africa may have shut down schools across the region but governments should see conflict and crisis as an opportunity to reform and improve education, an expert said on Wednesday.
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De nouveaux cas d’Ebola ont malheureusement été confirmés au Libéria et rappelle que la maladie est endémique dans la région et nécessite une vigilance et une réactivité accrue. Les équipes d’Action contre la Faim restent mobilisées et mènent le combat aux côtés du Ministère de la Santé libérien et des partenaires.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Liberia, the Ministry of Agriculture and the local implementing partner – Green Revolution Promoters (Green Pro), generated much happiness when they joined Ebola-affected farmers to launch the first harvest of improved rice varities in late October in Tundin, Nimba County.
On 23 November in Liberia, a 15-year-old boy who was diagnosed with Ebola died four days after being tested positive. His brother and father were also tested positive and are receiving treatment at an Ebola treatment unit in Monrovia.
Ebola virus transmission was declared over in Sierra Leone on 7 November.
In Guinea, the last patient with EVD tested negative for the second time on 16 November.
The UN Special Envoy on Ebola released the Overview of Needs and Requirements III.
4 TUES DANS UN ATTENTAT-SUICIDE
Le 21 novembre, un attentat-suicide mené par quatre assaillants a tué quatre personnes dans la ville de Fotokol près de la frontière avec le Nigeria. Le groupe Boko Haram est soupçonné d'être à l’origine de l'attaque, la dernière d'une série d'attentats-suicides dans la région de l'Extrême Nord du Cameroun depuis juillet.
REPUBLIQUE CENTRAFRICAINE (RCA)
L’INSECURITE PERSISTE A BATANGAFO
SUICIDE BLAST KILLS FOUR
On 21 November, a suicide attack carried out by four assailants killed four people in Fotokol town near the border with Nigeria. Boko Haram is suspected to be behind the attack, the latest in a series of suicide blasts in Cameroon’s Far North region since July.
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC (CAR)
LINGERING INSECURITY IN BATANGAFO