- UNICEF Humanitarian Situation Report, April 2015
- OCHA Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 21 | 18 – 24 May 2015
- OCHA Sudan Common Humanitarian Fund | CHF - Basic facts and figures
Appeals & Funding
- 2015 Humanitarian Needs Overview
- Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan 2015
- CHF (Common Humanitarian Fund)
- Une sécurité alimentaire bonne c modérée est perceptible sur la majeure partie du pays grâce aux disponibilités résiduelles de récoltes, des flux normaux internes et transfrontaliers, et des stratégies efficaces face aux prix élevés de céréales. Cependant, au niveau des zones pastorales déficitaires en fourrage, celles ayant connu des inondations ou sujettes aux conséquences des conflits en RCA, au Soudan, et à l'est du Tchad, les niveaux d'insécurité alimentaire seront probablement hauts jusqu'en juin 2009.
- Rainfall performance still poor in Greater Upper Nile and Bahar El Gazal
- Land preparation and planting has begun in most parts of Southern Sudan
- A number of factors affect food security situation in southern Sudan.
- Inter-Ethnic Conflict continues to threaten the food security situation
- Rainy Season begins in most parts of southern Sudan.
- Cereal prices increase in southern Sudan.
An Overview of UN Activities in Southern Sudan Published by the UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS)
Vol. 4 Issue No.4
On-going inter-ethnic revenge attacks and LRA attacks threaten security in the South.
I. FOCUS ON SECURITY AND HUMANITARIAN ACCESS
Western Equatoria State (WES): LRA attacks continue in Western Equatoria. LRA reportedly abducted one woman in Andari (Ezo County) on 26 May. One female Congolese minor died on May 28 from gunshot wounds.
(Cambridge, MA) Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) has published a report documenting the scope and long-term impact of rape and other sexual violence experienced by women who fled attacks on their villages in Darfur and are now refugees in neighboring Chad.
This scientific study, conducted in partnership with Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI), corroborates women's accounts of rape and other crimes against humanity that they have experienced in Darfur, as well as rape and deprivations of basic needs in refugee camps in Chad.
"Many Darfuri women refugees live in a …
By Debbie DeVoe
A group of women are sitting and talking under the shade of some large mango trees in Juba, South Sudan-a common sight. But today, instead of talking about the weather and how to afford school materials for their children, the conversation is taking a different tack. One woman asks about the best way to put a stop to corruption in local government. Another says she wishes their discussion could be heard by all government officials.
Welcome to the first meeting of the Women Group Cultivators radio listening group.
- Two suspected cases of Influenza A (H1N1) have been investigated and turned out to be negative.
- WHO Floods task force activated.
- Meningitis: More than 38000 people vaccinated in Darfur.
- Update on Médecins Sans Frontières activities in Northern Sudan.
- Medair commences Reproductive Health program in South Kordofan.
- UNFPA/FMOH Celebrated the International Day of the Midwife.
- One more case of wild polio was confirmed from Tambura County - WES
- Fears of LRA attacks continue in Western Equatoria State.
- Fifth round of NIDs was conducted last month from 28 - 30 May, 2009.
Political, Social, Security Overview for the Week:
- The proportion of moderately food insecure households of IDPs in camps has significantly increased since the first round in February 2009.
- Resident communities continue to perform positively in all the food security indicators.
- The overall food security situation during the second round in May 2009 has improved compared to the first round in February 2009, contrary to worse food security situation expected during the pre- hunger gap period.
- Two additional clusters were included in the second round (Gereida and Seleah), comprising a total of 20 locations compared to 7 clusters and 10 locations in round one.
- A statistically significant change in the food security was observed in Otash camp due to improvement in household income and in Saboon Al Fagor due to an improvement in …
The European Commission Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO) is one of the largest funders of humanitarian activities in Sudan. From its three offices in Khartoum, Nyala and Juba, it funds relief activities for victims of conflicts and natural disasters across the country. Bruno Rotival is the head of ECHO's Khartoum office.
Question: What does ECHO do in Sudan?
Bruno Rotival: There are a wide range of activities that ECHO funds in the whole of Sudan.
- UNJLC has begun rainy season preparedness activities throughout the Rest of Sudan region and will coordinate Non- Food Item (NFI) & Emergency Shelter (ES) Sector response to flooding in the forthcoming months.
- IOM has begun implementation of NFI Common Pipeline transportation services, with stocks dispatched from warehouse hubs to cooperating partners in ROS.
- Distributions from NFI Common Pipeline stocks to support 3,500 returnees and IDPs in Abyei and Agok will be finalized shortly.
- A total of US$200,000 has been allocated to UNJLC to …
THE YEAR 2008 witnessed a polio outbreak in Nigeria, with new international spread to bordering countries, persistent importations in south-central Africa and Sudan and the largest outbreak of polio in eight years in Pakistan. Elsewhere, western Uttar Pradesh in India - historically the world's most entrenched reservoir of polio but free of indigenous poliovirus type 1 for more than a year - was re-infected by a virus from a neighbouring state. By the end of the year, the number of children paralysed by polio in 2008 had returned to 1999 levels.
MAG and CWMD - MAG uses the term Conventional Weapons Management and Disposal (CWMD) to more accurately reflect the range of munitions it encounters in support of stockpile management, as in many of its projects items outside of the SALW definition are dealt with, such as aircraft bombs, large calibre artillery, mortar ammunition and rockets.
MAG is currently undertaking CWMD projects in Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Iraq, Republic of Congo (RoC), Rwanda, Somalia and Sudan.
Ban Ki-Moon: Unraveling of CPA could mean catastrophe
Calling on the international community to stay focused on implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA), Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says in his latest report on Sudan that a humanitarian catastrophe could occur if it collapsed.
The recent expulsion of 13 international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and closure of three national NGOs could result in a further deterioration of the humanitarian situation, states the report, issued on 22 April.
RECOVERY and DEVELOPMENT
- Migration: According to reports from Malual (19 km South of Abyei town) and Todaj (15 Km North) some Misserya reversed migration to the North due to the scarcity of rains.
- IDPs: Fears of insecurity and lack of police force in rural areas resulted in return of IDPs to Abyei town. In areas of displacement, IDPs are preparing for rainy season, rehabilitating shelter and clearing land for cultivation.
- Return-Process: The SSRRC registered over 60 spontaneous returnees from …
Nairobi/Khartoum_(dpa) _ Election campaign skirmishing between Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and the government ruling southern Sudan took a new turn Sunday, months ahead of the country's elections.
Al-Bashir, angered by restrictions put on his National Congress Party in its campaigning in the south, threatened to ban the south's ruling Sudanese Peoples Liberation Movement (SPLM) in the north, the Sudan Tribune reported Sunday.
He accused the SPLM of setting up obstacles to other parties in their campaigning in the south.
"We cannot accept the existence of …
Physicians for Human Rights and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (PHR/HHI) set out to conduct a systematic assessment of sexual assault and other human rights violations suffered by Darfuri women who had been subjected to sexual violence in the course of attacks on their villages in Darfur and forced flight to camps on the Chad/Sudan border.
Khartoum, May 31 (SUNA) - Khartoum State has assigned 56 million pounds for implementation of the emergency water programme, which is scheduled to begin Monday and to last for one month. The programme aims to digging 15 new water wells, extending the water network at the length of 2.5 kilometers. At a meeting he held Sunday with the administration of Khartoum Water Corporation, the Wali (governor) of Khartoum State, Abdul-Rahman Al-Khidir, stipulated the importance of completing the water networks within three months. MO/MO