Protection and Human Rights

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03 Sep 2015 description

Date : L’évaluation multisectorielle s’est déroulée du 26 au 28/08/2015.

Zone d’évaluation : Localité de Minime, Commune de Niem-Yéléwa, Sous-Préfecture de Bouar, Préfecture de la Nana-Mambéré.

03 Sep 2015 description

Key Message

  • The Coordination Meeting on the Recovery of the flood-affected states and regions was held on 24 August, Monday in Nay Pyi Taw. President U Thein Sein (left) states that though the emergency needs of the affected population are being met, these are temporary solutions. Recovery and rehabilitation needs must be considered.

03 Sep 2015 description
report UN Children's Fund

UNICEF is partnering with the Central and District Child Welfare Boards and 13 NGOs who have deployed 170 social workers covering all 14 affected districts to prevent family separation. 7,411 children identified as vulnerable in the 14 most affected districts. Out of these children, 318 have so far been provided with emergency support. Assessment of the identified children is ongoing for referral to short and long term support. Central Child Welfare Board with support from UNICEF, has assessed 121 registered Child Care Homes hosting 3,309 children.

03 Sep 2015 description
report Mercy Corps

Syria’s civil war is the worst humanitarian disaster of our time. The number of innocent civilians suffering — more than 11 million people are displaced, thus far — and the increasingly dire impact on neighboring countries can seem too overwhelming to understand.

But one fact is simple: millions of Syrians need our help. And the more aware people are of the situation, the more we can build a global response to reach them. Our lifesaving work is only possible with your knowledge and support.

03 Sep 2015 description
report Food for the Hungry

Contact: Megan Rose
Gordon C. James Public Relations
Office: (602) 274-1988
Cell: (602) 690-0801

Celebrates Meeting of Development Goals

02 Sep 2015 description

Date : Cette évaluation s’est déroulé les 28 et 29 Aout 2015

Zone d’évaluation : Les quartiers de Mbrès 3, Nouvelle Base, Binita dans la ville de Mbrès, sous-préfecture de Mbrès, préfecture de Nana-Gribizi

02 Sep 2015 description
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Highlights

• Philippe Lazzarini assumes his duties as new Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator

• Lebanon pays tribute to its humanitarian heroes

• ERC makes first visit to Lebanon; calls for continued international support to maintain stability

• Refugees’ socio-economic situation records serious deterioration

• As of September, WFP will cap assistance at five members per household

• Contributions allow UNRWA to open 2015/16 school year; cash assistance still at risk

02 Sep 2015 description
report UN Children's Fund

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The total number of confirmed cases rose by three this week to 3,335 from 3,332, all of which were in the Ratoma area of Conakry. (WHO, Ebola Situation Report, 17-23 August 2015).

  • The number of confirmed deaths climbed to 2,075 with a total count of 2,527 confirmed and probable deaths.

02 Sep 2015 description
report UN Children's Fund

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Despite its Ebola-free status, efforts to maintain momentum in establishing an Ebola buffer system in Guinea Bissau have been particularly affected by the political crisis over the past two weeks.

02 Sep 2015 description
report UN Children's Fund

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The week to 23 August 2015 saw the second successive epidemiological week without a confirmed Ebola case.

02 Sep 2015 description
report UN Children's Fund

Gaza, State of Palestine, 31 August 2015 – Salma, a 15-year old adolescent girl, lives in the Gaza Strip, where poverty is rampant and the threat of violence and political turmoil is a daily hazard. For the past 12 months, she has insisted on sleeping in her mother’s bed as she was too frightened to go to sleep alone after the 2014 escalation of conflict.

02 Sep 2015 description
report UN Children's Fund

Leaving the departures terminal in Baghdad airport is like walking into an oven. It is over 50 degrees. I haven’t been to Baghdad for three years. When I last left, I thought the country was on the right track.

Things have, however, taken a sharp turn since June last year – and not in the right direction. More than three million people have been displaced. Many ran for their lives. Children have been abducted, girls raped and tens of thousands of houses looted or seized.

01 Sep 2015 description

Destacados

  • Desde el 22 de agosto, 1.097 colombianos han sido deportados/repatriados hacia Norte de Santander tras el cierre de la frontera y declaratoria del Estado de Excepción Constitucional en seis municipios del Estado del Táchira, en la República Bolivariana de Venezuela.
    Los últimos casos de deportación se produjeron el 26 de agosto. El 30 de agosto la medida se hizo extensiva a cuatro municipios más.

01 Sep 2015 description
report UN Population Fund

Abuja, Nigeria – “We are committed to ensuring that every adolescent girl, regardless of her age, culture or background has access to equitable and quality education and importantly expresses her right to live and not be a child bride [decide when she wants to get married],” said the United Nations Secretary-General, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, during his visit to Junior Secondary School Garki.

01 Sep 2015 description

Faits saillants

• Au cours de la période du 24 au 30 août, deux (2) nouveaux cas confirmés de maladie à virus Ebola ont été notifiés en Guinée. Un (1) contact à haut risque, dans la préfecture de Mamou a été testé négatif.

• Les résultats de l'Enquête SMART sont disponibles. L’enquête indique un taux de malnutrition chronique de 25,9 pour cent (25,9%).

01 Sep 2015 description
report UN Children's Fund

GENEVA/SKOPJE, 1 September, 2015 – The number of women and children fleeing violence in their countries of origin and passing through the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia seeking refuge in Europe has tripled in the past three months, UNICEF said today.

An estimated 3,000 people are transiting through the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia daily. A third of them are women and children – up from 10 per cent in June. Some 12 per cent of the women are pregnant.