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IOM Regional Response to the Syria Humanitarian Crisis, 1 - 14 April 2014

Syria: IOM distributed essential NFI kits to 14,355 Internally Displaced Persons from Aleppo, Homs, Idleb and Lattakia.

Iraq: IOM teams in coordination with the local council conducted vulnerability assessments of 45 Iraqi returnee households in Al-Qadisiyah governorate.

Jordan: 5,449 Syrian refugees were transported from the Rabaa’ al Sarhan Screening Centre to Za’atri camp.

Lebanon: IOM is providing livelihoods support to 90 Lebanese returnee households through business counselling and in-kind grants.

International Organization for Migration:

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Pakistan: Post return assessment in Tirah Valley - consultation with returnees and mission conducted from 25 to 29 March 2014

I. Background

Maidan Tirah valley is part of Bara sub-division of Khyber agency, it is an area located at its confluence with Orakzai and Kurram agencies, and in the North it borders Nangarhar province of Afghanistan through Kukikhel valley. The valley is surrounded by high ridges and the houses are mostly scattered. The valley has three entry routes: from Khyber agency (route DwaToi to Bara); from Khurram agency (route Haider Kandao – Sadda); and from Orakzai agency through Aranhanga Pass – Kohat.

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World + 39 others
Global Emergency Overview Snapshot 8 – 15 April

The Global Overview collates information from a range of sources and displays it in a manner that allows for quick comparison of different humanitarian crises.

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Lebanon + 5 others
Inter-agency regional response for Syrian refugees, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey 28 March - 10 April 2014

REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

  • More than one million Syrian refugees have approached UNHCR for assistance in Lebanon. Refugees from Syria now equal one-quarter of the resident population. The host country has experienced serious economic shocks due to the conflict in Syria, including a decline in trade, tourism and investment and an increase in public expenditures.

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La délégation régionale du CICR à Tunis: Bulletin, juillet - décembre 2013

11-04-2014 Bulletin du terrain

Contenu

  • Tunis accueille le concours régional de plaidoirie en droit international humanitaire

  • Qu’est-ce que le droit international humanitaire ?

  • Le traitement humain des personnes dans la détention policière

  • Le CICR soutient la rénovation de la cuisine dans la prison de Harboub et l’installation d’un system anti-incendie a la prison de Sers

  • Le CICR mène une campagne anti-gale dans la prison de Messaadine (Sousse)

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Disability and development: Eleventh Report of Session 2013–14

Prioritise disability in development work, warn MPs

MPs say development goals will remain out of reach unless DFID urgently steps up its work on disability.

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CAF y UNICEF unen esfuerzos por garantizar acceso al juego y el deporte a niños y adolescentes de América Latina y el Caribe

Trabajarán para fortalecer las políticas públicas que garanticen a los niños este derecho en sus municipios, tal y como recoge la Convención sobre los Derechos del Niño

CIUDAD DE PANAMÁ, 7 de abril de 2014 – El Banco de desarrollo de América Latina (CAF) y el Fondo de las Naciones Unidas para la Infancia (UNICEF) firmaron un acuerdo para impulsar de manera conjunta su labor por garantizar el acceso al deporte a las niñas, niños y adolescentes de la región.

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Hidden victims of the Syrian crisis: disabled, injured and older refugees

More precise targeting and registration of refugees and better training of staff will ensure humanitarian assistance is accessible, appropriate and effective, says new report.

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Egypt: RRP6 Update - February 2014: Protection

225 refugees have been provided with legal counseling and assistance since the beginning of 2014

HIGHLIGHTS:

• UNHCR continues to advocate and engage with the relevant Egyptian authorities to maintain a favorable protection space and meet the protection needs of Syrian refugees in Egypt. The Government has adopted a practice of releasing Syrians arrested for invalid visas or residency permits after a short period provided they agree to register with UNHCR and renew their residency permits.

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Displacement Tracking Matrix - Response to the Anbar Crisis, March 2014

IOM's Displacement Tracking Matrix highlights displacement trends and profiles humanitarian conditions in the areas in which the displaced have temporarily settled.

International Organization for Migration:

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Solomon Islands Humanitarian Situation Report #1, 1- 4 April 2014

Highlights

  • Torrential rain in Guadalcanal Province, especially around the capital city of Honiara, is causing ongoing flooding since Thursday, April 3. The storm may develop into a tropical cyclone in the next 24 hours. Heavy rain warning for Solomon Islands remains in force.

  • Up to six provinces may be affected and are on Tropical Disturbance Watch: Rennell & Bellona, Western, Russells, Guadalcanal, Makira and Malaita

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Los movimientos antiminas y de derechos de discapacidad se comprometen a una cooperación más estrecha

Medellín y Ginebra el 4 de abril de 2014 - La conferencia global sobre la asistencia a las víctimas de las minas antipersonal en dominios más amplios, “Tendiendo Puentes entre Mundos” ha concluido en Medellín, Colombia, con un nuevo compromiso de los movimientos antiminas y de derechos de discapacidad, de estrechar sus lazos de colaboración.

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Anti-landmines and disability rights movements commit to closer cooperation

Medellin and Geneva 4 April 2014 – The global conference on assisting landmine victims in broader domains Bridges between Worlds has wrapped up in Medellin, Colombia with the commitment by the anti-landmines and disability rights movements to work closer together.

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Safety and Protection Assessment - TC Ian - Ha'apai, Tonga (January - February 2014)

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This report contains the findings of the Safety and Protection Assessment on the impact of Tropical Cyclone Ian in Ha’apai; including analysis of the particular issues affecting vulnerable groups at the time of assessment, as well as of the strengths, gaps and mainstreaming issues associated with the national and international response. It also contains specific recommendations for response and early recovery, both for standalone protection activities and for protection mainstreaming by clusters.

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April Regional Analysis for Syria - RAS

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Talks allowed for limited humanitarian aid to be delivered to Homs although greater improvement is needed, stresses the first quarterly Regional Analysis of the Syria Conflict (RAS).

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Niger + 1 other
Recover your view to see a little further

The morning of March 18, 2014, 31 visually impaired people from the town of Maine Soroa traveled to Diffa, Capital of the region of the same name, to be operated for cataract. Among them, 29 Nigerian refugees now living in Maine- Soroa following the violence that hit Nigeria. Aware of the passage of the eye care caravan set up by the Government of Niger, UNHCR got in touch with the medical team of the said caravan and deployed logistics and financial resources for refugees to benefit from surgical intervention.

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IOM Regional Response to the Syria Humanitarian Crisis (18 - 31 March 2014)

HIGHLIGHTS

Syria: In cooperation with SwissLeg, IOM is providing life-changing support to individuals with disabilities thanks to prosthetic limb fitting.

Iraq: In coordination with local authorities, 783 Syrian refugees were transported from Pesh- khabour border crossing to Bajid Kandal transit site in Duhok.

Jordan: 7,228 Syrian refugees were transported from the Rabaa’ al Sarhan Screening Centre to Za’atri camp.

International Organization for Migration:

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World + 6 others
Forced Migration Review 25th Anniversary collection

25 years of forced migration

Jeff Crisp

During the past 25 years, Forced Migration Review (FMR) has played a vital role in enabling researchers, practitioners and policymakers to exchange information and ideas on refugee-related issues. In this article, Jeff Crisp provides a personal (and alphabetical) perspective on some of the events, trends and organisations that FMR has covered over the past two and half decades.

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Jordan + 1 other
An Unstoppable Syrian Refugee

Mousa is a 92-year-old man who comes from Deraa, in the south of Syria. Since September 2012, he has been beating the odds.

That was the month his town suffered many bombardments, forcing Deraa’s inhabitants to seek refuge in underground shelters. One day, while he was trying to run to the closest shelter, Mousa fell and fractured his hip. He had a hip replacement operation, but without access to physical therapy to help him regain his strength and mobility, his ability to get around suffered.