- IFRC Pakistan Annual Report 2014 (MAAPK002)
- OCHA: Emergency Response Fund Update Issue 13, Jan–Mar 2015
- Quarterly Bulletin-Nutrition Cluster KP/FATA Jan-March 2015
Appeals & Funding
19 June 2015 – Two United Nations agencies today expressed strong concerns over Hungary’s plans to build a four-metre high fence along its border with Serbia, with the UN refugee agency saying the wall will “be a further obstacle for people who have fled from war zones like Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq and who desperately need safety and protection.”
Nicaragua – Earthquake (GDACS, USGS, SINAPRED, Local Media)
A strong 6.5M earthquake at a depth of 35km hit in the Pacific Ocean, ca. 40km off the coasts of Leon province, Nicaragua on 15 June at 17:34 UTC. USGS indicates 80,000 people exposed to "Strong" shaking, Local media report one person dead and light damage in the capital Managua and in the provinces of Chinandega and Leon.
Pakistan – Severe weather (Pakistan Government, Local Media)
Islamabad, January 4, 2012 – The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and partners today welcomed the opening of 35 new schools in Muzaffargah, Rajanpur and Rahimyar Khan in Southern Punjab, three districts hit by the 2010 monsoon floods. These schools have been constructed by the children’s agency at locations where schools were damaged or completely destroyed by the floods that devastated Pakistan from July to September 2010.
More than 4,500 children are now attending these schools which have been handed over to the Punjab Education Department.
BERLIN, Aug 18 (AFP) - Torrential rains and flooding rivers have devastated large areas of Europe, Asia and central America in the past two weeks, killing hundreds and sending panicked governments scrambling to take action.
About 100 people have died as flood waters continue to rage through some of Europe's historic cities while in Asia, the traditional monsoon season has left hundreds dead and millions more without shelter.
The freak weather has revived concerns that modern civilisation is at fault, with some environmental groups and politicians blaming global climate …
Global temperature in 2001: second warmest on record