Between 11 May and 28 May 2017, most observed damages have occurred on the right bank (western Mosul), where airstrikes have hit residential neighbourhoods. As in previous weeks, Al-Rabee was hit the hardest and the area has seen an additional 238 heavily damaged or completely destroyed residential buildings since 11 May 2017. Only severely damaged and completely destroyed buildings can be identified by satellite imagery. For that reason, the amount of damaged buildings is likely higher than the number indicated on this dashboard.
The roads infrastructure is particularly damaged around Mosul AlJadeda and Al-Rabee. In Al-Rabee over 50km of road infrastructure has been damaged. In an effort to restrict acces to Mosul, ISIL had erected several barricades made of sand to block access roads to the city. Satellite images suggest that some of these barricades still remain.
Control of access roads information provided by UNDSS on 25 April 2017.
Information based on satellite imagery dated 26 April 2017.
The assessment is done with the Flash Environment Assessment Tool (FEAT).
FEAT provides a standardized and scientifically rigorous methodology to help disaster workers identify, assess, and prioritize industrial hazards and impacts due to chemical releases for disaster preparedness and response.
It also provides the entry point for more comprehensive environmental assessments.
Although there are thousands of potentially hazardous operations,
Between 26 April and 11 May 2017, most observed damage has occurred in the right bank (western Mosul), where airstrikes have hit residential neighbourhoods. As in previous weeks, Al-Rabee was hit hardest and the area has seen an additional 171 heavily damaged or completely de- stroyed residential buildings since 26 April 2017. Only severely damaged and completely destroyed buildings can be identi ed with satellite imag- ery. For that reason, the amount of damaged buildings is likely higher than the amount indicated on this dashboard.
On 18 May 2017, the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), JICA Alumni Association-Iraq (JAAI), and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) hosted a joint seminar to discuss the role of urban planning in the post-conflict reconciliation, reconstruction and development of Mosul.
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ORGANIZATION : UN-Habitat Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (ROAP)
DUTY STATION: Kabul, AFGHANISTAN; travel to other provinces may be required for programme familiarisation
LOCATION: Independent Directorate of Local Governance (IDLG) Deputy Ministry of Municipalities (DMM)
FUNCTIONAL TITLE: Senior Operation Advisor (International post)
PROJECT : Citizens’ Charter Afghanistan Program (CCAP)
GRADE: I-ICA 2 (P- 4 Equivalent)
Issued on 20th June 2017
ORGANIZATIONAL LOCATION: UN-Habitat
DUTY STATION: United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), Nairobi.
Duty Station: Nairobi
Functional Title: Evaluation Communication Consultant
Consultancy duration: 12 Months
Closing Date:27 June 2017**
CONSULTANCY JOB OPENING
Issued on: 19th June 2017
ORGANIZATIONAL LOCATION: Urban Economy and Finance Branch, UN-HABITAT
DUTY STATION: Nairobi
FUNCTIONAL TITLE: Consultant – Municipal and Sustainable Finance
Issued on: 19 June 2017
ORGANIZATIONAL LOCATION: Somalia Programme, Regional Office for Africa, UN-Habitat
DUTY STATION: Nairobi, with frequent travel to Somalia