The Second Phase Harmonised Assessments Report is being finalised and will be released on 16 April.
Coinciding with the recent rains in Port Vila, we have seen an increase in numbers of individuals approaching the NDMO directly requesting tarpaulins. Shelter Cluster partners are expediting the distribution of remaining tarpaulin stocks through the area councils in Port Vila to help meet the outstanding needs. Key shelter messaging has also been provided through various channels to try and improve information flow to affected communities.
22,798 Identified unaccompanied minors Households provided with cash grants in year 2014
187,880 NFIs distributed since January
184 Shelters distributed since January
UNRWA SEEKS $30 MILLION FOR HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE TO YARMOUK AND OTHER AREAS
After a year of conflict, internal displacement continues to increase in Ukraine, with 1,228,090 people having fled the eastern part of the country, of whom 154,635 are children (Source: Ministry of Social Policy).
IDPs and other conflict-affected people in the east of the country continue to face hardship and a lack of access to social services. The general humanitarian situation remains deeply worrying.
Situation of displaced people in North-East in numbers
• The Psychosocial Support Programme is operational in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa with 30 new centres having been established in Borno and Yobe. Training was carried out in Adamawa for 34 partners/stakeholders engaged in the Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism on grave violations of children’s rights.
MARIAGE DES ENFANTS
ENGAGEMENT AU PLUS HAUT SOMMET DE L’ETAT
LE TCHAD S’ENGAGE POUR ZERO CAS DE MARIAGE DES ENFANTS D’ICI 2020
654,215 South Sudanese Refugees (total)
522,812 New arrivals (since 15 Dec. 2013)
131,403 Old caseload (before 15 Dec. 2013)
259,232 Refugees in South Sudan
1.5 M Internally Displaced People (IDPs)
USD$ 28 million allocated from UN Central Emergency Fund to assist people affected by Boko Haram’s insurgency.
Boko Haram, insecurity exert misery in Cameroon’s Far North Region.
Millions of people in Ebola-affected countries risk serious food shortages during the June-August lean season.
Significant drop in EVD cases recorded in March.
Government of Kenya calls for the closure of Dadaab refugee camp following terrorist attack in Garissa.
Fighting resumes in South Sudan as peace talks stall yet again.
Over 20,000 South Sudanese refugees received in neighbouring countries since February 2015.
Food security expected to deteriorate from April - June 2015 in most countries in the region.
More than 6,500 Burundian refugees flee tensions in Burundi ahead of June 2015 presidential elections.
Desde marzo de 2015, debido a las constantes e intensas precipitaciones pluviales se originaron deslizamientos, inundaciones, erosión y huaycos que afectaron viviendas, locales públicos y vías de comunicación en los distritos de la provincia de Jaén.
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Viernes, 17 de abril de 2015
(Amman, 17 avril 2015): Les Nations Unies et leurs partenaires humanitaires au Yémen ont demandé aujourd’hui à la communauté internationale une contribution urgente de 273,7 millions de dollars américains pour répondre aux besoins vitaux et de protection de plus de 7,5 millions de personnes touchées par l’intensification du conflit.
(Amman, 17 April 2015) - The United Nations and its humanitarian partners in Yemen today called on the international community to urgently provide US$273.7 million to meet the life-saving and protection needs of 7.5 million people affected by the escalating conflict in Yemen.
The Kurdistan region of Iraq is facing an economic and humanitarian crisis as a result of the influx of Syrian refugees which began in 2012 and internally displaced persons (IDPs) in 2014. The region's population increased by 28 percent over a short period, placing strains on the local economy, host community, and access to public services. This book provides national and regional policy makers with a technical assessment of the impact and stabilization costs needed for 2015 associated with the influx of refugees and IDPs.
•Ebola has killed more than 10,500 people in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, and infected more than 25,500.
•The World Bank Group and its partners continue to fight to get to zero Ebola cases.
•Presidents from the three hardest-hit countries to present Ebola recovery plans this week.
By Melanie Mayhew, Communications Officer
Impact of the Ebola crisis
The Plan discusses the socioeconomic impact of the disease, starting with the number of infection cases (to date more than 8,000), and deaths (3,100 - of which 221 are medical personnel). Schools have been closed for a significant period of time and there has been a 23 percent decrease in health service delivery and a significant reduction in the provision of water and sanitation services. The EVD has increased levels of poverty and vulnerability, especially among women, children and the youth.
SUMMARY OF FINDINGS
A. WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE
1 . Many communities cannot access safe water sources. An estimated 68% of the rainwater harvesting catchment structures are broken, 70% of the wells have been contaminated, and piped water systems have been damaged. Water quality is poor everywhere except Port Vila, resulting in a health risk.
The Iraq Humanitarian Profile (OCHA, 31 March) estimates that 8.29 million people across Iraq are in need of urgent humanitarian assistance.
As of 26 March, 2.68 million individuals are internally displaced across 3,038 distinct locations in Iraq (IOM Displacement Tracking Matrix). The Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) has increased their planning figure to 2.7 million IDPs.
Although Mali has been declared Ebola free on January 18th, 2015, UNICEF has continued advocating on the importance of prevention efforts, especially in the neighboring districts with Guinea where new cases have been recently confirmed. Social mobilization, together with WASH interventions and reinforcement of the health systems will be of paramount importance also to counter the spreading of other epidemics in the future.