- OCHA Humanitarian Bulletin | Issue 33, 8-14 Aug 2016
- Statement attributable to the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Sudan, Ms. Marta Ruedas - World Humanitarian Day 2016 [EN/AR]
- UNICEF Humanitarian Situation Report, Jul 2016
Appeals & Funding
- Humanitarian Needs Overview 2016 [EN/AR]
- Humanitarian Response Plan, Jan-Dec 2016 [EN/AR]
- Sudan El Niño Mitigation and Preparedness Plan, Feb 2016
- Humanitarian Action for Children 2016
- UNHCR: Revised South Sudan Regional Refugee Response Plan (Jan-Dec 2016)
- Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF) in 2016 PDF XLS
- CHF (Common Humanitarian Fund)
Excellence Monsieur le Secrétaire Général du Ministère de la Femme, de l’Action Sociale et de la Solidarité Internationale,
Excellence Mesdames et Messieurs les Représentants du Corps Diplomatique,
Mesdames et Messieurs les représentants des Ministères, des Institutions et Services Etatiques,
Mesdames et Messieurs les Chefs de Missions et Représentants des Organisations Non Gouvernementales et des Agences du Système des Nations Unies,
Mesdames, Messieurs les Chefs de Délégation du Mouvement de la Croix Rouge,
• At least 114 people have reportedly died as a result of heavy rain and flooding, which also affected over 160,000 people and destroyed about 14,700 houses in Sudan.
• About 90,000 South Sudanese have sought refuge and assistance in Sudan since the beginning of 2016, according to UNHCR and partners.
• On 10 August, the Government of Sudan and UN agencies launched the Nutrition Investment Case for Sudan.
Estimated 160,000 flood-affected people in Sudan
Heavy rain and flooding since early June have affected over 161,000 people and destroyed over 14,000 houses in many parts of Sudan, according to the Government of Sudan and partners. The most affected states are Kassala, Sennar, South Kordofan, West Kordofan and North Darfur.
Heavy rains and flooding affect an estimated 122,000 people across much of Sudan.
Increase in malaria cases reported in Blue Nile State.
Health concerns regarding Acute Jaundice Syndrome and Hepatitis E for IDPs in Sortony, North Darfur.
Two new camps are being constructed for up to 40,000 South Sudanese refugees in East Darfur.
Estimated 122,000 flood-affected people in Sudan
This Dashboard provides an overview of the implementation of the 2016 Humanitarian Response Plan in Sudan that brings together 80 partners from across the UN system and non-governmental organisations to help 4.6 million people in need of emergency relief aid and other forms of humanitarian assistance. Vulnerability in Sudan - a country of 38.4 million - is driven primarily by conflict-induced displacement, chronic food insecurity and malnutrition.
Heavy rain and flooding since early June have affected over 122,000 people and destroyed over 13,000 houses in many parts of Sudan, according to the Government of Sudan and partners. The most affected states are Kassala, Sennar, South Kordofan, West Kordofan and North Darfur.
This Humanitarian Snapshot provides an overview of the humanitarian situation in Sudan, as of 30 June 2016, using information obtained from UN agencies and partners, including the Government of Sudan. People living in protracted displacement in Darfur since 2003 and those displaced or affected by conflict in South Kordofan and Blue Nile States since 2011 account for most people in need of humanitarian aid.
In Sortony and Tawilla, authorities halted IOM registration and verification processes in mid-February. As a result, figures underwent revision and have now been amended according to WFP's latest beneficiary figure in July.
In Boori and Wadi Boori, confirmation of reported displacement in the area and / or to other areas is still not possible due to lack of humanitarian access.
An outbreak of Hepatitis E virus has been declared in Sortony, North Darfur, with 134 suspected cases of Acute Jaundice Syndrome reported.
Since early June, 74 cases of suspected measles have been reported among refugees and the host community in Al Lait, North Darfur.
About 80,000 people have been affected by heavy rains and flooding across Sudan in 2016.
An estimated 115 families remain displaced following unrest earlier this year in Um Tajok, West Darfur.
Between 159,000 and 194,000 civilians have reportedly been displaced from the Jebel Marra area in Sudan’s Darfur region since mid-January as a result of hostilities between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the Abdul Wahid faction of the Sudan Liberation Army (SLA/AW). This includes over 75,000 people who have been registered, verified or assisted.
Central Darfur hosts the overwhelming majority of the reported new IDPs from Jebel Marra, while North Darfur has the highest number of registered or assisted new IDPs.
The response to the recommendations from the synthesis evaluation (global MRP) was prepared by the Funding Coordination Section, in consultation with relevant branches and sections, and reviewed and approved by the Director of Corporate Programs. This draft global MRP was then circulated to the Pooled Fund Working Group (PFWG) for comments and consideration.
As of 31 July 2016, UN-coordinated Humanitarian Response Plans (HRP), Flash Appeals and Regional Refugee Plans as covered by the Global Humanitarian Overview (GHO) require US$21.9 billion to meet the needs of 96.9 million people affected by humanitarian crises in 40 countries. The appeals are funded at $7.2 billion, with unmet requirements totalling $14.7 billion. Overall, donors have contributed $13.7 billion towards humanitarian operations in 2016 and pledged a further $814.4 million.
In June, displacement of civilians due to conflict continued in the Greater Bahr El Ghazal and Greater Equatoria regions. In Western Bahr El Ghazal, heavy fighting in Raja town on 15 June, reportedly caused civilians to flee in multiple directions, including to nearby counties, across the border to Sudan, and to Aweil West, where local authorities reported the arrival of more than 3,700 displaced people.
Chad faces a numerous simultaneous and inter-connected humanitarian crises in a broader context of chronic vulnerability.
Insecurity in the region has caused significant population movement from neighbouring countries (Sudan, CAR, Nigeria) as well as internal displacement.
Meanwhile, millions are affected by food insecurity and malnutrition, especially in the Sahel belt. In terms of health, the prevalence of some epidemics (measles, malaria) persists. Lastly, recurrent natural disasters such as droughts and floods are exacerbated by the El Niño phenomenon.
Le Tchad fait face à des crises humanitaires multiples et interconnectées, dans un contexte de vulnérabilités chroniques. L’instabilité sécuritaire a entrainé d’importants mouvements de population en provenance des pays voisins (Soudan, RCA, Nigéria) ainsi que des déplacements internes. Des millions de personnes sont touchées par l’insécurité alimentaire et la malnutrition, en particulier dans la bande sahélienne. Sur le plan sanitaire, la prévalence de certaines épidémies (rougeole, paludisme) persiste.
Over 120 cases of Acute Jaundice Syndrome in Sortony, North Darfur.
Funding challenges for mobile health clinics supporting IDPs in Blue Nile State.
South Sudanese refugees in East Darfur to be relocated.
Almost 43,000 people affected by rains and flooding in parts of Sudan.
FIGURES 2016 HRP
Displaced people in Sudan (as of Dec 2015) - Up to 3.2 million
Displaced people in Darfur (as of Dec 2015) - Up to 2.6 million