- OCHA Humanitarian Bulletin 04 | 19 - 25 January 2015
- Common Humanitarian Fund Progress Report 2014
- Enough Project: Starving War, Feeding Peace - And Setting the Table for National Dialogue in Sudan
Appeals & Funding
New Girls' Secondary School in Blue Nile State Honors Fallen USAID Staff
USAID on March 8 officially presented to the Blue Nile State Ministry of Education the new Granville-Abbas Girls' Secondary School in Kurmuk.
Analysis by early warning and emergency information center of HAC revealed that, the aggregate domestic cereals available for 2009/2010 covers only 57% of the total requirement, 43% is the nominal deficit.
Relative to the total requirement, human consumption represent 86%, whereas fodder, seeds and losses utilizes 14% of the total requirements, it is clearly noted that the portion of grains utilized as fodder is steadily increasing, this is attributed mainly to the increase of poultry and dairy farms outskirts of big towns, To bridge the nominal gap of 2536.8 it is assumed …
31 March 2010 - Yesterday marked the conclusion of a two-day forum on Early Recovery in El Fasher, North Darfur, which brought together around 40 representatives of various stakeholders, including UNAMID and humanitarian aid agencies, civil society organizations, IDP leaders and state government officials.
The forum, organized by UNDP, provided a platform for a common understanding on early recovery in Darfur, including the clarification of roles and responsibilities and identifying tools and resources for early recovery.
European Commission Humanitarian Aid department
Rumbek, March 2010
Anyan Riak is not planning to return to her home anytime soon. The small cultivated patch of well irrigated green leaves is one indication that she has started life afresh.
In January last year, she was forced to flee her home in Wulu in Lakes State in South Sudan, just twenty kilometres away after a rival tribe attacked and killed what she describes as 'many people'.
IOM South Sudan, with assistance from UNJLC, is offering a Common Transport Service to the humanitarian community in South Sudan. This is a free to user service which will run from March till the end of June and is designed to support the humanitarian community in pre-positioning essential supplies through South Sudan in preparation for the upcoming rainy season. This service is limited from locations in South Sudan to other locations in South Sudan. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
More than twelve thousand soldiers of the Sudan Armed Forces and the Popular Defense forces have been demobilized in Kadugli and Julud in south Kordofan state. The Commissioner of Demobilization, Disarmament and Reintegration in the state, Abdulla Mohamed, declared the end of the first stage of the operation, adding that the second stage is the integration process, to start next May.
By Ngor Arol Garang
March 31, 2010 (RENK) - Deadly clashes between members of Messeriya pastorals grazing cattle in the area have displaced over one hundred of civilians in the village of Marial Achak, east of Abyei town on Tuesday 30.
The clash which took place at around five o'clock yesterday in the evening is reported to have claimed live of an innocent man and wound more others with one transported to Abyei civil hospital at critical condition.
Burkina Faso, Burundi, Malawi, Niger, Sierra Leone, and Zambia have signed and ratified the CCM. African states made up 20% of the first 30 ratifications to trigger the entry into force of the CCM.
Algeria, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Libya, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Seychelles, Sudan, Swaziland, and Zimbabwe have yet to sign the CCM.
Mauritania, Morocco, Seychelles, Sudan, and Swaziland adopted the CCM at the end of negotiations in Dublin, but have not yet signed.
Section 1: General Programme Highlights & Updates
- A Global Fund monitoring mission visited from 23-27 March and held discussions on the closure of two Round 2 grants, the three continuing grants, and the recently approved Round 9 Health Systems Strengthening grant.
Catastrophic Earthquake in Haiti
Death toll reaches 230,000 - Hundreds of thousands left homeless
On January 12th, the worst earthquake in Haiti in 200 years - 7.0 in magnitude - struck less than ten miles from Port-au-Prince reducing much of the capital to rubble. Six weeks after the earthquake, the Haitian government reports that the death toll in Haiti could exceed 230,000.
Gender equality: vital to development in Southern Sudan
Earlier this month, people around the world participated in thousands events to help celebrate the economic, political and social achievements of women. International Women's Day, which is observed every year on 8 March, provides an opportunity to reflect on the fact that, globally, more women are learning to read and write than ever before.
Bulletin bimensuel du Bureau International du Service Jésuite des Réfugiés.
NOUVELLES DES RÉFUGIÉS
RÉPUBLIQUE DÉMOCRATIQUE DU CONGO : BAISSE DE LA SÉCURITÉ ET DES PRODUITS DE BASE
Rome, le 23 mars 2010 - Pour des milliers de personnes déplacées dans les deux états du Kivu du Congo Oriental, la vie de rapatrié est dure.
Au cours des douze mois écoulés, la permanence des opérations militaires a empêché l'arrivée des produits de base. La majorité des habitants n'a pas accès aux soins de santé, à l'école, à l'eau potable, à l'alimentation, etc.
The Joint mechanism between the government of Sudan and Arab league was resulted in many Projects and programs which was financed by the Arab league, Arab countries and Arab NGOs
The name of the project: Construction of villages for the voluntary return in Darfur
Donation and contribution of the Arab league:
The project funded by the Arab league composed of:
- Construction of 3 Model villages with 27 services center 9 center in each village, three villages are: Birka, Muraya, Junqi and Habila.
- Construction of 90 houses for center staff.
- Construction of 3 …
Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR) of ex-combatants resumed in Rumbek, Lakes State on 23 March, helping former soldiers return to civilian life.
The first group of disarmed ex-combatants spent the day going through the first steps of the demobilization and reintegration process, including verification of the participants' identities, collation of disarmament data, medical examination, issuing of identity cards and counselling.
Ex-combatants also received information on the reintegration stage that would follow, and were given cash to support them reintegrate into …
The United Nations and the government of Chad are to wrap up talks on extending a U.N. peacekeeping force in the African country. The two sides disagree over the future size of that force.
Chadian President Idriss Deby wants a rapid withdrawal of soldiers in the peacekeeping force known as MINURCAT. His government says only several-hundred police officers from the force need stay to guard civilian personnel and facilities responsible for distributing relief supplies.
U.N. negotiators want as many as 1,000 troops to remain in Chad and the Central African Republic.
Conflict exacerbates hunger season and could disrupt cultivation
The food insecure population in Southern Sudan has increased significantly since January, following escalated inter-tribal/clan and cattle?raiding conflicts during 2009, combined with poor rainfall that led to reduced crop and off-farm production. Areas affected by conflict include Jonglei, Warrap, Unity, and Lakes states, as well as Mvolo and Mundri East counties in Western Equatoria (Figure 1).
Elections in April 2010 could exacerbate these conflicts.
DAMASCUS, 31 March 2010 (IRIN) - Thousands of non-Iraqi and non-Palestinian refugees and asylum-seekers in Syria risk deportation and ill-treatment, and cannot get the help they need, according to refugee agencies.
Most are Somalis but there are also sizeable communities of Afghanis, Sudanese and Iranians, as well as nationals from Ethiopia, Eritrea and the Democratic Republic of Congo, according to agencies working on the ground.
There are no accurate numbers, but registrations by the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) give an idea of the proportions, if not the sizes, of the various …
in Darfur and Southern Sudan
Author: Maggie Fick
Enough experts analyze the agreements being negotiated by the major parties in southern Sudan's upcoming independence referendum.
A series of deals in February 2010 over elements of Sudan's Comprehensive Peace Agreement, or CPA, largely went under the radar of international media attention, but offer important insights into the current dynamics of deal making between the National Congress Party, or NCP, and the Sudan Peoples' Liberation Movement/Army, or SPLM/A, as Sudan approaches the vital question of southern …
The International Landmines Day was observed in Juba on Tuesday.While addressing the occasion, the UN Representative, David Saunders, said that more than 19,000 anti-personnel land mines and 800,000 unexploded ordnances have been destroyed in southern Sudan.
Saunders said that mines awareness education has been given to over four million people in southern Sudan.
Meanwhile; the European Union Head of Officer in Juba, Jesus Baguena, said that Anti personnel and explosive remnants of war continue to pose a significant threat.
Baguena said that the EU has donated 20 million Euros to …
Juba, March 2010
Humanitarian agencies in South Sudan are responding to a dramatic increase in the number of internally displaced people following an intensification of in inter-tribal clashes.