IMPACT OF THE CRISIS
More than five years after the start of the conflict, intense hostilities persist across many parts of Syria. Parties to the conflict continue to commit violations of international humanitarian and international human rights law. Economic collapse continues to drive the immense humanitarian crisis across the country
Mosul: More than 12,700 families (76,400 individuals)1 are currently displaced from Mosul district since the start of the military offensive on 17 October. Among the recently displaced were 189 families from Telafar who were received at the Iraqi government’s Qayarrah Jad’ah camp, and 148 families from Mosul city who were received at the government’s Khazer 2 camp.
HUMANITARIAN NEEDS & KEY FIGURES
These recommendations have been agreed nationally in Iraq between the Shelter/NFI, WASH and CCCM clusters, involving Government representatives, with the participation of the Protection Cluster and Cash Working Group. The Winterisation Technical Working Group (TWiG) provides here advice to agencies providing supplementary shelter and NFI assistance to both internally displaced populations and refugees in response to their additional needs over the winter period 2015- 16.
HOW TO USE THIS TRAINING PACKAGE
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS TRAINING PACKAGE?
The Training Package is designed to help facilitators deliver introductory, interactive training on the prevention of and response to sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV). Facilitators should have field-experience working on SGBV prevention and response, mainstreaming gender equality, working with communities affected by displacement, and be familiar with UNHCR’s approach to addressing SGBV.
UNHCR chief urges safety nets for those really in need – the elderly, the disabled and poorest.
By: Don Murray
MAYORSK, Ukraine - The queues at the crossing point are long and the weather is freezing.
“One hour I’ve been standing here,” one man told United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi. “It will take me five hours in all just to cross over.”
Appeal Target: US$ 516,644
Balance Requested: US$ 478,305
Geneva, 22 November 2016
Unable to leave her tent unassisted, 94-year-old Fatima’s plight highlights the challenge for Iraqis with disabilities in adapting to conditions in displacement.
By: Catherine Robinson
QAYMAWA CAMP, Kurdistan Region of Iraq – Fatima Mehamed sits wearily on a mat inside her darkened tent and watches through the flaps as her two grandchildren laugh and play outside under a warm autumn sun.
Fatima, 94, is unable to move outdoors due to constant pain in her chest and weak leg muscles which have prevented her from walking for the past eight years.
76 per cent
of people crossing the line of contact are concerned about long queues at checkpoints
36 per cent
of people crossing the line of contact are concerned shelling
38 per cent
Travel to visit relatives
32 per cent
are concerned about difficult conditions while queuing at checkpoints
20 per cent
of people travelling by car were unable to cross due to long queues
refugees are actually in the camp out of
persons of concern registered
of children, including
Identified separated and unaccompanied minors
people with disabilities,
of these are children
3 in 10
households are headed by women
women at risk
A total of 5,056 undocumented Afghans spontaneously returned or were deported from Pakistan between 13-19 November, a 33.7% decrease from the previous week.
A total of 9,115 undocumented Afghans spontaneously returned or were deported from Iran during the same period. This is a 2.4% decrease from the previous week.
A total of 232,556 undocumented Afghans have spontaneously returned or been deported from Pakistan and 399,683 from Iran since the beginning of the year.
WHAT IS THIS DOCUMENT ABOUT? The principle of impartiality requires that humanitarian aid and action be provided solely on the basis of need, without discrimination.
The number of persons in need of humanitarian assistance in Syria continues to outstrip available resources. This document provides guidance for humanitarian actors on how to consider protection, vulnerability, and prioritization of those limited resources, so they go to populations in Syria who are most in need.
• Beds For Tents in Tartous • Livelihood Toolkits • Aid Deliveries Continue • A Fun Day for UNHCR Staff • Helping Children with Hearing Disabilities in Sweida • October Snapshot • Legal Assistance Making a Difference • Kinana: Determined to Succeed
Beds For Tents A Great Success in Tartous
Decrease in humanitarian access through cross-line convoys
People in eastern Aleppo suffer ongoing besiegement and continued hostilities
Attacks on five hospitals further disrupt already marginal healthcare services
Recent military operation in Ar-Raqqa could impact up to 400,000 people, including over 150,000 internally displaced
Food stocks in eastern Aleppo City are exhausted
This update is a coordination tool to improve communication between sectors and up to the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF). It focuses on processes, rather than achievements. The latter are covered through separate monthly sector dashboards, available through the inter-agency portal and at http://data.unhcr.org/jordan/sectors/
I. General / Inter-Sector Update
Voluntary returns to Mali facilitated since January 2016
New arrivals from Mali in 2016
Malian refugees with specific needs (as of 1 November 2016)
Malian households in Mbera camp (as of 1 November 2016)
of potable water available per person per day
USD 19.4 M
Requested for the operation
Population totale : 58,933
Nombre de ménages : 15,795
Taille moyenne des ménages : 4
Etats d’origine : Borno (97%), Adamawa(2%), autres (1%)
Principales religions : Musulmans(56.29%), Protestants (34.88%), Catholiques(8.38%), Autres (0.45%)
Principales ethnies : Glavda, Cinene, Kanuri, Arabe, Mafa, Hausa, Fulbe
Niveaux d’études : Adultes: 54.04% sans éducation;12.05% éducation Informelle et 0.14% ont fait des études universitaires