Logistics and Telecommunications

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Afghanistan 2014 Strategic Response Plan: Mid-Year Review (January to June 2014)

OVERVIEW

Key achievements toward Strategic Objectives

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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Libya + 3 others
IOM Libya Situation Report, as of 14 September 2014

Highlights

Evacuation of 200 migrants from various countries accomplished via Tunisia, Cairo or directly out of Tripoli

Over 900 NFI kits distributed among people in need within Tripoli city area and departing migrants and those in detention centres

More than 7.000 TCN from different countries tracked and provided with basic support trough IOM network

Overview

International Organization for Migration:

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Lifeline up: Jammu-Srinagar highway reopens

Report
Times of India

M Saleem Pandit,TNN

SRINAGAR: The crucial Jammu-Srinagar national highway reopened on Tuesday after remaining closed for a fortnight, spelling return of normalcy to the valley starved of relief material like water, food and medicines. The highway was blocked due to landslides and floods at various places along its 300-odd km stretch. Bringing more cheer was authorities resuming train services between Srinagar and Baramulla in north Kashmir.

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Jammu & Kashmir floods: Who's doing what online

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Times of India

Kim Arora, TNN |

What began as a series of SOS messages from different quarters has now emerged as a cohesive internet campaign. Here's a look who is doing what online to help the floods victims in Jammu & Kashmir

Facebook Groups

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Central African Republic - Complex Emergency Fact Sheet #20, Fiscal Year (FY) 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The U.S. Embassy in Bangui resumes full operations.

  • The U.S. Government (USG) announces an additional $28 million in humanitarian aid for the CAR crisis.

  • The U.N. Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in CAR (MINUSCA) officially assumes authority from the African-led International Support Mission to CAR (MISCA).

KEY DEVELOPMENTS

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UNOSAT joins damage assessment on the ground in Gaza to support UNDP

Report
UNOSAT

6 September 2014, Jeusalem - After weeks of rapid humanitarian mapping all along the latest offensive in Gaza, UNOSAT deployed a field staff to Jerusalem and Gaza on 01 September to provide support to the UN efforts to conclude a definite assessment of the damage caused by the crisis.

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Cameroon + 3 others
Nigeria Regional Refugee Response Plan, August - December 2014

The aim of this Nigeria Regional Refugee Response Plan is to mobilize support for an inter-agency response to the refugee situation developing in south-east Niger, south-west Chad and northern Cameroon and to present the corresponding emergency programme needs. These countries are affected by a continuing influx of refugees from north-eastern Nigeria seeking safety from attacks by armed insurgents.

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IOM Iraq Crisis Response Situation Report #13: Update for 15 September 2014

Displacement Highlights

IOM Iraq continues to deliver life-saving family non-food item kits throughout Iraq, with 1,044 NFI kits delivered between 11 - 15 September to internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Iraq.

International Organization for Migration:

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Round up at 1800 Hrs --- Jammu – Srinagar Highway Opened for Traffic Number of People Rescued Crosses 2,37,000 in J&K (16 September 2014)

Jammu-Srinagar National Highway, NH-1A has been opened for traffic today, by the sustained efforts of Border Roads Organisation (BRO) and Army Engineers. The major impediment to opening the NH was a massive landslide at Ramsoo near Ramban, where over 300 metres of road had been entirely washed away leaving a sheer cliff of 80 degrees slope. Undeterred, the engineers worked night and day to make a new passage through the mountain slope. This led to the crossing over of more than 150 stranded vehicles which moved from Banihal to Jammu.

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L’UNICEF remet à la province du Katanga les Equipement des Structures Sanitaires (PESS)

Après le Bas-Congo, le Bandundu, les Nord et Sud Kivu, Kinshasa et les Kasaïs, l’UNICEF a remis le 15 septembre 2014 au Gouvernement de la province du Katanga les équipements et matériels médico-sanitaires dans le cadre du Projet d’Equipement des Structures Sanitaires (PESS).

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Liberia + 2 others
WFP West Africa Ebola Response Situation Report #3, 15 September 2014

3 pillars of WFP support:

  • Delivering food alongside the health response;

  • Ensuring the movement of partner staff and materials; and

  • Providing logistic services and infrastructure support for health partners.

In numbers

To date, in the three most affected countries of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone:

  • 3,000 mt of food delivered for 147,500 people since April 2014*;

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Liberia + 3 others
CERF response to Ebola outbreak, as of 16 September 2014

Allocations to-date (since April 2014)

• To-date, humanitarian partners received US$7.58 million from CERF to respond to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa: Guinea ($2.72 million), Liberia ($1.91), Nigeria ($1.46) and Sierra Leone ($1.50 million).

• Additional allocations are expected for Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone

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Liberia + 4 others
Under-Secretary-General Valerie Amos: Statement on the Overview of Needs and Requirements to respond to Ebola

Ebola is a public health emergency. But it is much more than that.

Today we are launching an overview of needs and requirements as one element of the response to the Ebola outbreak.

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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Cameroon + 1 other
Humanitarian Aid, Equipment Blocked in Cameroon

Report
Voice of America

Moki Edwin Kindzeka
September 16, 2014 8:24 AM

YAOUNDE—The United Nations says huge loads of equipment, needed by the United Nations MINUSCA forces (Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission) in the Central African Republic (CAR) are blocked at the Douala seaport in Cameroon. The move is seen as a developing supply crisis in West Africa.

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Liberia + 4 others
Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak - Overview of Needs and Requirements - September 2014

The outbreak is proving to have a wider security, economic and livelihood impact on Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea and the West African region as a whole; in total, 22 million people are affected.

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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South Sudan: Logistics Cluster 3W - Ongoing Activities (as of 25 August 2014)

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South Sudan: ETC Cluster 3W - Ongoing Activities (as of 25 August 2014)

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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