Table of Contents
Chapter One: Protection, Assistance and Reintegration Center (PARC) Harikar/UNHCR
Chapter Two: Child Friendly Space (CFS) Harikar / Save the Children 2.1 Domiz Camp and other centers 2.2 Garmawa Camp 2.3 Bajit Kandala, Shariya and Khanke Camp 2.4 Bersvi 1 & 2, Qadiya, Esyan, and Mammalian Camp
El Salvador - IOM, in coordination with the Government of El Salvador, held a groundbreaking ceremony for the reconstruction of the Migrant Reception Center in San Salvador called “Centro de Atención al Migrante (La Chacra)”.
Under the mandate of the Directorate General of Migration (DGME in Spanish), the reception center receives approximately 233 persons per day, including unaccompanied children, families and adult migrants returning from Mexico.
Aden, Yemen | AFP | Tuesday 7/7/2015 - 02:13 GMT
by Fawaz al-Haidari
Overwhelmed by hundreds of sick and wounded each day, hospitals in Yemen's second city Aden have been reduced to hospices lacking medicines and space as the country's bloodshed rages on.
"The world is watching us slowly die," said Abdullah Gahtan, a lawyer lying on a bed at Aden's Al-Sadaka hospital.
Like many others in the war-ravaged city, Gahtan is suffering from dengue fever, spreading fast across Aden.
1 confirmed new case reported in Sierra Leone over the weekend
In Liberia, UNICEF to conduct safe protocol training in schools
In Guinea, registered orphans to receive psychosocial support
6 juillet 2015 – Face aux préoccupations majeures suscitées par les épidémies de choléra en cours ou anticipées au Soudan du Sud, en Tanzanie, au Népal et au Yémen, l'Organisation mondiale de la Santé (OMS) a préconisé lundi l'utilisation de vaccins administrables par voie orale comme un moyen efficace de lutter contre la propagation de la maladie.
« L'utilisation de vaccins anticholériques oraux se révèle être un outil efficace pour contrôler les épidémies de choléra », a déclaré l'OMS dans un communiqué de presse rendu public à Genève.
| Recovery in West Africa needs more urgency as the region’s battered systems have limited capacity to reactivate essential health services |
NEW YORK/GENEVA/BRAZZAVILLE (06 July, 2015) — In the lead-up to a major fundraising conference for Ebola recovery, the World Health Organization (WHO) called the rebuilding of the national health systems in West Africa a critical priority. While the countries are still working to get to zero Ebola cases, staying at zero is inconceivable unless rebuilding of the health systems begins now.
Dr. Sakandar Hyet Khan (Shajib), 30, could have chosen to practice anywhere, like at a private clinic in the urban centers of Bangladesh where the dynamic doctor would have quickly become a renowned medical specialist. Instead, driven by a desire to help his community, he chose to take up the role of Health Project Manager at the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society, leading the organization's medical staff in Cox's Bazar.
Since 22 June 20151 the lntertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) has been affecting Mindanao. Moderate to occasionally heavy rainshowers and thunderstorms were experienced in Regions IX, XII and ARMM, resulting to flashfloods and flooding especially in the low-lying areas.
1. SITUATION OVERVIEW
Tropical Storm "Egay" has slightly intensified as it continues to move northward.
At 4:00 AM, 07 July 2015, the center of Tropical Storm (TS) 11EGAY" was located at 260 km Northwest of Laoag City, llocos Norte or at 280 km West of Basco, Batanes with maximum sustained winds of 85 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 100kph. It is forecasted to move North at 7 kph.
Period covered by this Ops Update: 5 December 2013 to 5 December 2014. This represents a twelve-month summary.
Appeal target (current): 4,583,956 Swiss francs (CHF)
The preliminary emergency appeal was launched on 5 December 2013 for CHF 11,244,952.
It will cover 24 months and assist 600,000 beneficiaries.
The first operation update was published in July 2014.
Juba, 6 July 2015: Mary Wani frantically waves a paper from the hospital bed where she sits, eager to share the exciting news of her recovery and subsequent discharge from the ward with anyone who will listen to her.
“I am going home,” she says , adding that she feels very strong. The 58-year-old mother of nine has just been discharged from Juba Teaching Hospital, where she was receiving treatment for cholera. The hospital was the first Cholera Treatment Centre (CTC) to be designated in the current outbreak.
World Health Organization together with UN and NGO partners met with donors last week to present a progress report detailing achievements and results under the Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (3RP) – an interagency framework developed by partner organizations to guide humanitarian action in the Syria crisis.
1,385,298 IDPs (188,547 households) were identified in Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba and Yobe states through DTM.
The number of IDPs in Borno reached1,002,688.
122,719 returness who were displaced in Adamawa, Bauchi, Gombe and Taraba were identified in Adamawa (Mubi North, Mubi South, Michika, Maiha, Hong and Gombi).
This DREF operation is a preliminary request from the National Society a second allocation may be considered in case the situation changes. The timeframe of the operation is two months, first month to conduct the preparation activities and the second month for monitoring and reporting purposes.
A. Situation analysis
Description of the disaster
1. Situation Update
More cholera cases are received by CTC at Bor hospital, now from different part of Bor. As of 05 July, 2015, a total of 51 cholera cases with 1 death (CFR 1.9%) have been reported (Table 1).
One case of Pakwau, age 1 year, Female case was admitted at 10AM; on 5/7/2015 and RDT (cholera) positive, received the first start dose of Azithromycin then left against medical advice.
As of 5 July 2015, a total of 705 cholera cases including 32 deaths have been reported in Juba County and in Bor, Jonglei State In Juba County 654 cases including 31 deaths (CFR 4.7%) have been reported from 75 villages in eight Payams.(Table 1). In Bor 51 cases including 1 death (CFR 1.9%) were reported from Malou (26 cases) and 16 other areas around Bor (see separate Bor Situation Report).
The Instrument for Stability (IfS) project – worth EUR 20 million - is one of the largest institutional and community support projects in Lebanon;
Essential medications for chronic diseases were distributed in 435 PHCs, with the aim to serve a total of 150,000 patients;
100,000 insulin vials were distributed in PHCs, benefiting 500 Lebanese diabetic patients;
6,200 pieces of medical equipment were provided to 180 primary healthcare centers across Lebanon;
COPENHAGEN, 6 July 2015 – In a unified push to make assistive products for children with disabilities more available, affordable and appropriate, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) was joined by governments, partners, leading disability advocates and NGOs at the first-ever forum to examine the global supply gap and identify ways to reverse longstanding deficiencies.
1. Epidemiological Highlights
One (1) health care worker was diagnosed EVD positive in Kambia district today.
Thirteen contacts from 5 households were today relocated from Layah Gboro to Layah Matmarant village, in Samu chiefdom
One high risk contact from Konta village in Samu chiefdom was found hiding at Ward 347, Allen Town and taken to Hastings PTS for 21 days quarantine
One high risk contact in Kadalo quarantine home developed signs and symptoms suggestive of EVD but refused to be evacuated to the ETC.