Logistics and Telecommunications

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Mali + 4 others
L'armée française se poste au nord Niger, intensifie son action au Mali

23/10/2014 - 11:44 GMT

L'armée française va installer un poste avancé à Madama, au nord-est du Niger, et intensifie son action au nord du Mali pour lutter contre la recrudescence d'actions jihadistes, a annoncé jeudi une source au ministère français de la Défense.

"Le gouvernement nigérien a donné son accord pour l'installation d'une base temporaire avancée à Madama", qui va se concentrer sur les "autoroutes" d'armements qui descendent du sud de la Libye vers le Nord Mali via le Niger, a indiqué cette source.

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Iraq-ETC Situation Report #7 Reporting period 14/10/14 - 23/10/14

Highlights

  • ETC analogue radio services are now available in Domiz camp, outside Dohuk city. These are available to NGOs and UN agencies.
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Liberia: Ebola Outbreak Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 6, 13 – 19 October 2014

In October, WFP is targeting 272,000 beneficiaries across the country. Communities with high EVD cases are worst hit in terms of food insecurity, market closures, high food prices and disrupted cross-border movement.

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Liberia + 3 others
West Africa - Ebola Outbreak, Fact Sheet #4, Fiscal Year (FY) 2015 (as of 22 October, 2014)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf urged all countries to support the response to the EVD outbreak on October 19, citing the increasing economic impact and continued risk of the disease spreading to countries outside of those already affected

  • The East African Community plans to send 600 health workers—including 41 doctors—to EVD-affected countries in West Africa

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UNICEF South Sudan Humanitarian Situation Report #44, 8 - 21 October 2014

Highlights

  • The Social Mobilization Campaign for mass screening of children under 5 for malnutrition in Juba County was officially launched on 14 October, with screening, referral and treatment now currently ongoing. The Social Mobilization Campaign, part of the Joint WFP-UNICEF Nutrition Scale Up, is spearheaded by the State Ministry of Health with support from UNICEF. This campaign aims to screen 590,175 children under 5 years old for malnutrition in Juba County, Northern Bahr el Ghazal and Warrap States.

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Liberia + 2 others
WFP West Africa Ebola Response Situation Report #9, 22 October 2014

3 pillars of WFP support:

  • Delivering food alongside the health re-sponse;

  • Ensuring the movement of partner staff and materials; and

  • Providing common services and infrastruc-ture support for health partners.

In numbers

To date, in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone:

  • 13,125 mt of food delivered to 776,000 people since April 2014*;

  • 1,130 responders transported by UNHAS, with two planes and one helicopter in operation; and

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Republic of South Sudan - ETC Situation Report #60 Reporting period 06/10/14 to 20/10/14

Highlights

  • ETC has activated its 13th site in South Sudan (Koch). Koch in unity state is one of the new operational center for the cluster, ETC data connectivity service is now active through a K-Band VSAT, and a digital radio repeater was installed on Channel 14, all powered by recently installed Hybrid Solar power system.

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NDDRMC Update Sitrep No. 35 re Monitoring Activities on the Alert Status of Mayon Volcano

I. ALERT STATUS OF MAYON VOLCANO

A. Alert Level 3 is still in effect as of 8:00 AM, 21 October 2014, which means that magma is at the crater and that hazardous eruption is possible within weeks. Mayon Volcano's seismic network recorded four (4) volcanic earthquakes and three (3) rockfall events during the past 24-hour observation period.

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In Sierra Leone, getting back to school – on the airwaves

By Yolanda Romero

With schools closed throughout the country as a result of the Ebola epidemic, Sierra Leone is bringing the classroom into students’ homes through the use of educational radio broadcasts.

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Logistics Cluster reinforces Syrian Arab Red Crescent logistics capacity

The main challenge of the humanitarian response in Syria has been to deliver aid to people isolated in areas of conflict, due to the volatile and rapidly evolving security environment. Many local private transporters have been unable to deliver food, water, sanitation and health (WASH), cooking equipment, mattresses and shelter items because of the on-going conflict.

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Liberia + 2 others
Ebola Outbreak: Logistics Cluster Situation Update, 19 October 2014

Situation Overview& Highlights

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A fleet of pickup trucks joins RFA Argus in Gibraltar

The 32 UK-funded vehicles are on their way to Sierra Leone where they will transport staff, medicines and equipment to help defeat Ebola.

32 UK-funded pickup trucks to assist efforts to defeat Ebola in Sierra Leone have been loaded aboard the Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship Argus during a planned stop at a British Naval Base in Gibraltar.

Throughout the day on Tuesday 21 October, the vehicles were lifted onto the deck of the ship where they will remain until the ship reaches Freetown later next week.

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Hurricane Sandy - Emergency appeal n° MDRJM003 Final Report

This Final Report represents an overview of the Sandy Operation from 31 October 2012 to 31 May 2014.

Appeal target: The budget was 4,227,003 Swiss francs (CHF). The total expenditure was 4,226,473 CHF, and the closing balance of the Sandy Operation was 0 CHF.

Appeal coverage: 100%

Appeal history:

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UN convoy crosses lines to reach children fleeing besieged Kobane

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UN News Service

21 October 2014 – Trucks carrying lifesaving supplies for Syrian children have managed to cross over the battle line in Aleppo for the first time in months, a spokesperson for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said today in what was described as a “small but significant breakthrough” in the UN agency’s efforts to help children displaced by the fighting in Kobane.