43,299 individuals displaced by conflict assessed/profiled in May 2015
2 % displaced in May 2015
63 % in April 2015
4 % in March 2015
6 % in February 2015
19 % in January 2015
5 % earlier
51.6 % male
48.4 % female
61 % children
End of May 2015 around 916,435 IDPs assessed/profiled
National IDP Task Force chaired by the Ministry of Refugees and Repatriation (MoRR) and cochaired by UNHCR.
20,000 people newly displaced in Salah al-Din Governorate
Returnees to Tikrit in need of humanitarian assistance
Concern over forced returns in Kirkuk
The inter-agency IDP Call Centre went live on 30 June.
Iraq Humanitarian Pool Fund gains momentum
Limited funding continues to constrain the delivery of aid to people in need
Por imposiciones del grupo armado posdesmovilización Autodefensas Gaitanistas de Colombia, al menos 32.000 habitantes de zona rural de los municipios de Achí y Tiquisio –región del Corcovado (sur de Bolívar), sufren graves limitaciones de movilidad y desarrollo de actividades diarias. Se estima que estas restricciones se presentan desde 2014, según misiones recientes a la zona, esta situación se ha agravado en los últimos meses.
• Les zones de santé en épidémie de rougeole sont également touchées par la malnutrition
• Territoire de Mitwaba : Plus de 7400 personnes retournées ont grandement besoin de l’assistance pour se réintégrer
• Les enfants et les femmes enceintes et al laitantes menacés de malnutrition à Mwema
According to the latest report from the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization (WHO), as of 28 June, 396 cholera cases, including 26 deaths, had been reported in Juba County. Interviews with patients admitted to Juba Teaching Hospital with cholera have revealed knowledge gaps on how the disease is spread. Humanitarian partners called for improved access to safe drinking water, latrine use and good personal and food hygiene.
Rockets launched from the Gaza Strip toward Israel, and subsequent Israeli Air Force airstrikes in response, were reported on the nights of 4, 7 and 24 June with no casualties or damages on either side.
Government line ministries and partners continue to respond to unmet humanitarian needs of 2.8 million earthquake-affected people.
Start of monsoon season limit access and delay ongoing relief operations.
Traditional Nepali methods used to deliver goods to remote mountainous villages.
Estimated number of people in need of humanitarian assistance 2.8 million
Most-affected districtsNo. of houses destroyed 598,401
No. of houses damaged 283,585
A helping hand for host communities: UNHCR has long been helping host communities in different ways. By the end of June around 283,000 host community individuals had benefited from interventions by UNHCR and/or its partners (based on information gathered between 1 May and 15 June 2015 by UNHCR).
I. CONTEXTE DE LA MISSION
La préfecture de la Mamberé-Kadéi est l’une des préfectures de la République Centrafricaine qui a connu les revers de la crise socio-militaro politique qui a secoué le Pays depuis le 24 mars 2013. Les conséquences de cette catastrophe sont nombreuses dont ces aléas l’enlisement interreligieux, la dégradation du tissu socio-économique de la région essentiellement basé sur l’agriculture, l’élevage, l’exploitation du bois, l’exploitation du diamant et de l’or, ainsi que le commerce.
As the brutal conflict continues in Syria, millions of people continue to be in need. Hundreds of thousands have been killed in the conflict between the Assad regime, extremist groups and moderate opposition groups. In response to the crisis, the UK has allocated £900 million since 2012 to over 30 implementing partners (including United Nations agencies, international non-governmental organisations and the Red Cross). This is helping to meet the immediate needs of vulnerable people in Syria and of refugees in the region.
I. CONTEXTE DE LA MISSION
In CAR, World Refugee Day was celebrated on 20 June. The slogan “Diverse but all united” (I GA NDE NDE, A HON KWE, I YEKE OKO in Sango) and visual identity (a multicolored hand) of this year’s celebration is representative of UNHCR’s efforts in the past months to promote social cohesion and peace in the Central African Republic and to restore the country’s social fabric.
Setting standards: Leading Nepal children’s charity shows how earthquake appeal funds saved lives
Since a huge earthquake struck Nepal on 25 April 2015, Childreach Nepal have reached over 2,500 households with emergency aid in Sindhupalchowk district.
Childreach Nepal have created24temporary learning centres enabling over 4,000 children to continue their education and be safe from child trafficking and other forms of abuse.
Additional help from the UK to provide emergency aid, jobs and education, to help address the root causes of the migrant crisis
A range of new programmes from the UK will provide emergency aid as well as jobs and education to help address the root causes of the migrant crisis, International Development Secretary Justine Greening announced today.
Recommandations principales :
- Distribution de kits WASH aux déplacés et familles d’accueils dans le quartier « MINUSCA » (1 seau, 1 bidon, 6 savons et 1 boite d’aquatabs) (RRM/PU-AMI)
- Aménagement de 20 latrines d’urgence dans le quartier « MINUSCA » (RRM/PU-AMI)
- Intervention WASH d’appoint : sensibilisation à l’hygiène et aux risques sanitaires (RRM/PU-AMI)
Sécurité Alimentaire :
- Distribution de kits NFIs complets aux retournés
Najaf, located in the southern region of Iraq is a desertous and sparsely populated governorate. With a total population of 614,9972 individuals, it is a site of one of the most important Shiaa shrines in the entire country. As a result, Najaf has well developed religious infrastructure, including hussayniyat and mosques.
Inside this issue:
UNMISS Indians renovate destroyed vet clinic in Bor
UNMISS hands over survivor safe house to Central Equatoria
Unspeakable violence against children in South Sudan, says UNICEF
Mongolians renovate Pariang school in Unity
Troop Contributing Countries & UNPOL figures
Photo, Video and Web links
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