Niger comes third in the countries aided by Rohama Qatar delegation
Nasser Al Megheiseb: What distinguishes Rohama initiative is that it focuses on the developmental aspect of the regions it aids.
Supported by QC, the delegation of Rohama initiative finished its exploratory trip to Niger so as to check upon the Nigerians and to aid 400 families that suffer from poverty. The delegation provided the villages and orphanages with some food supplies and basic needs.
This map reflects the number of people reached against the 2016 Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) as part of Strategic Objective 3
Sector Objective 2 (SO 2): Support livelihoods of affected communities and households by increasing agricultural production, protection of productive assets, and restoring or creating income generating activities to prevent negative or irreversible coping mechanisms.
Kyiv, Ukraine (26 May 2016) – In 2016, the Government of Japan, the Government of Ukraine, the United Nations in Ukraine, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) will undertake joint efforts to provide life-saving humanitarian aid, and more medium to long-term recovery assistance to people living in conflict-affected areas in eastern Ukraine. Nine projects are funded by the Government of Japan totalling USD 13.64 million.
The European Union grants an additional EUR 10-million financial support in a bid to strengthen the positive developments already achieved to date by UNDP-Ukraine’s programme for the “Restoration of Governance and Reconciliation in Crisis-Affected Communities of Ukraine”. The programme will focus on local government reform, gender-responsive recovery and improved service delivery.
Tunis, 27 May 2016 - The Stabilization Facility for Libya Project Board met this morning in Tunis under the leadership of HE Dr. Taher Al-Jehaimi, Minister of Planning and Mr. Ali Al-Za’tari, the Deputy SRSG and UNDP Resident Representative, as well as the Ambassadors or representatives of the EU, Germany, Italy, Qatar, Switzerland, the Netherlands, United Kingdom and United States of America.
Quito (Pichincha).- El Vicepresidente de la República, Jorge Glas informó en el Enlace Ciudadano 477, que la próxima semana se dará a conocer el Plan de reconstrucción del sistema educativo en las zonas afectadas por el terremoto.
El plan contempla la construcción de aulas móviles, aulas prefabricadas, nuevas unidades educativas del Milenio en las provincias de Manabí, Esmeraldas y Santo Domingo. Parte de esta infraestructura ya se construye actualmente.
La FAO y la Unión Europea apoyarán a Colombia en la introducción de buenas prácticas de tenencia de la tierra en comunidades indígenas que viven en zonas naturales protegidas para contribuir a conservar su patrimonio biológico y cultural y promover la paz en el período del postconflicto.
Communiqué de presse No. 16/249
27 mai 2016
Just before 7pm on Saturday 16 April, the earth began to shake in Ecuador. The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that followed was one of the worst to hit the country in recent decades. According to official figures, more than 660 people died and another 28,700 are living in shelters after their houses were partially or completely destroyed.
People who were affected by floods are now heading back to their initial residences and are in a transition period to restore their lives back to normal. In this backdrop the Sri Lanka Navy's relief teams were busy with cleaning over 70 wells which were polluted by stagnant flood water and mending 7 canals damaged due to the devastation.
The Stabilization Facility for Libya Project Board met this morning in Tunis under the leadership of HE Dr. Taher Al-Jehaimi, Minister of Planning and Mr. Ali Al-Za’tari, the Deputy SRSG and UNDP Resident Representative, as well as the Ambassadors or representatives of the EU, Germany, Italy, Qatar, Switzerland, the Netherlands, United Kingdom and United States of America.
Population of UNMISS PoC site in Bentiu town, Unity State, decreases by nearly 15 percent in recent months.
USAID/FFP partner WFP reaches approximately 1.5 million people with food and nutrition support in April.
El ministro de Agroindustria, Ricardo Buryaile, anunció la puesta en marcha de nuevas líneas de créditos por un total de $5.000 millones para productores afectados por las inundaciones que tendrán una tasa bonificada del 5% en los primeros $500.000 del préstamo.
Los créditos serán canalizados a través de la banca pública y privada.
Médicos Sin Fronteras (MSF) desplazó a Ecuador cuatro equipos tras el terremoto de magnitud 7,8 que el pasado 16 de abril sacudió el país. Durante un mes, estos equipos trabajaron en las zonas más damnificadas de las provincias de Manabí y Esmeraldas, centrando sus esfuerzos en brindar apoyo en salud mental, realizando actividades psicosociales y distribuyendo kits de medicamentos, refugio, artículos de cocina y de higiene.
Tzu Chi's Cash For Relief program in Ecuador is helping Ecuadorians get their lives back on track following the recent earthquakes. Currently, the priority for the people of Canoa is not just rebuilding their own homes, but also working to revive business in the city.
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Fuente: El Ciudadano - EC
El Instituto Nacional de Economía Popular y Solidaria (IEPS), conforme con los lineamientos establecidos por el Gobierno del Presidente Rafael Correa, trabaja en el diseño de estrategias dirigidas a reactivar el sector de la Economía Popular y Solidaria (EPS), en la provincia de Manabí, la más afectada por el terremoto del pasado 16 de abril.
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Since July 2014, a large number of Nigerian refugees have been registered by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) in Cameroon, specifically in the Mayo Tsanaga Division of the Far North Region, where the Minawao camp is located. By July 2015, UNHCR reported about 57,376 refugees in the region: 44,889 are hosted in the Minawao camp, while the remaining 12,487 are within the host communities.
Nearly two years since typhoon Haiyan made landfall in the Philippines, advocacy teams from ActionAid, Christian Aid, Oxfam, Save the Children and World Vision take a step back to evaluate their respective advocacy engagements. This report puts together what different agencies saw as strengths and successes in their respective advocacy work. It looks at gains in achieving both formal policy changes and behavior changes of relevant sectors or communities.