Recovery and Reconstruction

Maps and updates related to this term.

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Le PNUD réhabilite trois commissariats de police de la capitale centrafricaine

Le Programme des Nations Unies pour le Développement (PNUD) a procédé le lundi 15 septembre 2014 à la remise officielle de trois commissariats de police de Bangui entièrement réhabilités et équipés au gouvernement centrafricain d’un coût près de 90 millions de FCFA. En effet, sur financement du Fonds de Consolidation de la Paix des Nations-Unies (PBF), le PNUD exécute depuis janvier 2014 le projet d’appui d’urgence à la Restauration des capacités fonctionnelles de la Police et de la Gendarmerie.

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'We are here' - IFRC's experience with communication and feedback channels for affected populations in Haiti

Report
ALNAP

Communication with the affected population was prioritised from the outset of the emergency response in Haiti (IFRC, 2011a). This case study primarily focuses on two-way communication and feedback processes in IFRC’s Return and Relocation Programme, which supports people displaced by the Earthquake to move out from the crowded camps and informal settlements into safe housing. We met with affected community members who have received different types of assistance after the 2010 Earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Léogâne and Jacmel.

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Province Orientale : Caritas Congo assiste 1.000 ménages déplacés et retournés de Buta, Kisangani et Wamba

Report
Caritas

Kinshasa, le 17 septembre 2014 (caritasdev.cd) : Après avoir fui leurs milieux d’origine à cause de l’insécurité provoquée par les attaques de différents groupes armés qui sévissent encore en Province Orientale, 1.000 ménages déplacés et retournés viennent de recevoir une aide humanitaire de la part de Caritas Congo ASBL.

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Hernani builds new town

BY: SAMUEL D. CANDIDO

Thursday 18th of September 2014

BORONGAN CITY, Eastern Samar, Sept. 18 (PIA) - After Supe Typhoon "Yolanda" washed-out in totality its municipal building, Hernani LGU is now set to restore their seat of governance some three kilometers away from its present location.

In an interview with PIA, Vice Mayor Wilmar S. Candido revealed that the construction of this municipal building in Brgy. Canciledes is funded by the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), Manila Central Office.

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World + 2 others
DEC Annual Report & Accounts 2013-2014

Saleh Saeed, DEC CEO, writes a special letter to all our supporters announcing the new DEC Annual Report.

Dear DEC supporter,

Last year was an extraordinary one for the Disasters Emergency Committee and we want to thank you for being part of it.

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Central African Republic - Executive brief 17 September 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • To date, FAO has provided crop production support to 111 750 farming families. With funds received, FAO is also able to assist 24 300 households through resilience activities, as well as 30 000 farming families with off-season agricultural activities that do not depend on the rainy season (vegetable production, fishery, livestock, etc.).

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Macondo, el corregimiento donde la restitución parece realismo mágico

Hace 42 años José María Calle arribó a Macondo. En esa época solo había monte, pero con sus manos y el apoyo de su esposa, Silda Lara, montó una finca de 34 hectáreas a la que llamó Bonaire. Como en la novela de Gabriel García Márquez, Cien años de soledad, Macondo fue construido por un grupo de colonos que llegó buscando un hogar. Pero igual que en la historia del nobel colombiano, la violencia destruyó todo y en este Macondo, el real, les arrebató las tierras a los campesinos.

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Saudi Arabia promises $500 million for Gaza rebuilding

Source: Reuters - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 12:02 GMT
Author: Reuters

By Nidal al-Mughrabi

GAZA, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia has pledged $500 million to help rebuild Gaza, Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Al-Hamdallah said on Thursday, with the full cost of post-war reconstruction expected to be around $4 billion over three years.

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Lebanon + 5 others
Syrian refugees: Inter-agency regional update, 18 September 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • WFP is scaling back food assistance for Syrian refugees across the region from October as a result of funding shortfalls. Both the number of beneficiaries and the value of food vouchers will be reduced. As an example, monthly food assistance to around 440,000 Syrian refugees living in towns and villages in Jordan will be reduced from $34 to $16.

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Security and Justice in Post-Revolution Libya: Where to Turn?

Three years after the death of Muammar Qaddafi and the end of the revolution in Libya, security and justice are stalled and elusive despite the proliferation of security providers. The power of the gun prevails over the rule of law. Many see no end in sight. Based on a nationwide survey and drawn from interviews and focus group sessions, this report—supported by the USIP and the Small Arms Survey—tracks security and justice in Libya from before the revolution through today, its realities, and its impact on the country and its population.

Summary

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Bulletin d’information : CICR au Mali - juin 2014

Les six premiers mois de l’année ont été une épreuve pour la délégation du CICR, tout comme pour les autres acteurs humanitaires au Mali. Malgré les efforts sur le plan politique, la situation sur le terrain est restée volatile, et les enjeux de sécurité sont toujours aussi importants.

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IOM Regional Response to the Syria Humanitarian Crisis, 2 - 5 September 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

Syria: During the reporting period, IOM distributed non-food items to an estimated 2,959 vulnerable and displaced individuals hosted in El Ifraj camp and in Kafar Amim village in Idleb.

Iraq: Between 7 July and 2 September, 2,834 Syrian refugees received inter-camp transportation assistance from IOM.

Jordan: During the reporting period, IOM screened 267 Syrian refugees for Tuberculosis (TB) and identified four new TB cases.

International Organization for Migration:

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Ukraine: Civil unrest - Revised Emergency appeal n° MDRUA007 (September 2014)

Glide n° OT-2013-000151-UKR

16,000 people to be assisted

CHF 317,790 DREF allocated

Appeal initially launched: May 2014

Revised appeal issued: September 2014

Ends March 2015 (extended from November 2014)

Summary

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U.N. Launches Ambitious Humanitarian Plan for Gaza

By Mel Frykberg

RAMALLAH, West Bank, Sep 17 2014 (IPS) - The UN agency for Palestinian refugees has launched an ambitious recovery plan for Gaza following the 50-day devastating war between Hamas and Israel which has left the coastal territory decimated.

However, the successful implementation of this plan requires enormous international funding as well as a long-term ceasefire to enable the lifting of the joint Israeli-Egyptian blockade of the territory.

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Report to the Ad Hoc Liaison Committee New York, 22 September 2014

Executive Summary

Since the Ad Hoc Liaison Committee (AHLC) meeting in September 2013, peace talks brokered by the United States (US) on a negotiated two-state solution were suspended in April 2014, tensions and violence increased in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and a 51-day war has taken place between Israel and Hamas and other militant factions in the Gaza Strip with devastating consequences, particularly on the civilian population of the Strip.

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Beyond Bandaids: Rebuilding Market Systems Amidst Catastrophe in South Sudan

Report
Mercy Corps

PURPOSE

This paper seeks to influence discussions and decisions amongst donors, policy makers, and non-governmental organizations responding to the food security crisis in South Sudan. It argues that the humanitarian response cannot be confined to direct-delivery assistance alone. Market-based interventions to re-stimulate local market systems are needed immediately in order to prevent a famine by January 2015, and lay the foundations for early recovery.

OVERVIEW

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Operation Megh Rahat : 17 sep 14 Restoration of connectivity

After successfully opening the national highway between Jammu and Srinagar, Army Engineers and Border Roads Organisation (BRO) restored connectivity between Rajouri and Budhal by constructing a 180 feet bailey bridge over Ans river at Kot Ranka on 16 Sep.

Nearly 10,000 personnel of Army Engineers and BRO, equipped with over 400 dozers, excavators and JCBs, besides 300 tippers and dumpers, have restored road links at over 1000 places damaged by landslides or flash floods, besides reconstruction of various bridges across the state during the last few days.

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West Bank and Gaza: Investment Climate Assessment : Fragmentation and Uncertainty

Report
World Bank

Instability and Fragmentation Continue to Constrain Private Sector Growth in the Palestinian Territories

JERUSALEM, September 11, 2014 - Private sector is a key driver for economic growth and job creation but Palestinian enterprises have remained hostage to political instability, unresolved conflict, and continued restrictions on movement, access, and trade.

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Jammu Srinagar Highway Cleared by Army Engineers and Border Roads

After sustained effort by Army Engineers and Border Roads Organisation (BRO), the road network south of Pir Panjal is restored on all important roads including the Jammu Srinagar National Highway which has been opened today. The major impediment to opening the NH was a massive landslide at Ramsoo near Ramban, where over 300 metres of road had been entirely washed away leaving a sheer cliff of 80 degrees slope. The entire hillside had to be excavated afresh and the effort had to be further intensified due to a repeat landslide on 12 September.