Recovery and Reconstruction

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41 écoles en construction dans la Province Educationnelle Kasaï Occidental II par PROSEB

Report
Caritas

Tshikapa, le 24 octobre 2014 (caritasdev.cd) : L’amélioration de la qualité de l’Education est l’une des trois composantes du Projet de Soutien à l’Education de Base (PROSEB) que pilote le Ministère de l’Enseignement Primaire, Secondaire et Professionnel (EPSP).

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Niger: Perspectives sur la sécurité alimentaire - Octobre 2014 à mars 2015

Une production agricole et fourragère globalement moyenne à bonne est attendue

MESSAGES CLÉS

  • Des pluies abondantes et bien réparties depuis fin juillet jusqu’en fin septembre 2014, combinées à une situation phytosanitaire globalement calme sont favorables à une production céréalière et de pâturage estimées moyenne à supérieure à la moyenne pour la campagne principale.

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Mali: Perspectives sur la sécurité alimentaire - Octobre 2014 à mars 2015

Récoltes moyennes à bonnes de la saison principale en cours améliorent la situation alimentaire

MESSAGES CLÉS

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Burundi: Floods - DREF Operation n° MDRBI010 Final Report

During the night of Sunday, 9 February 2014, torrential rains (that fell for around 10 hours) caused flooding, mudslides and landslides in five communes namely: Buterere, Kamenge, Kanyosha, Kinama, and Ngagara in Bujumbura, the capital of Burundi. Bujumbura is located on a plain between a range of hills and Lake Tanganyika, which makes certain areas of the town vulnerable to heavy rainfall and landslides. On 12 February, the Kajaga and Kinyinya areas in Mutumbuzi commune, Bujumbura rural province, were also affected.

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Ukraine: Situation Report No.17 as of 24 October 2014

Highlights

· The Ukrainian Parliament adopted the long-awaited law ensuring the rights and freedoms of IDPs on 20 October 2014. The law is expected to help resolve several key outstanding issues that cannot be addressed within the current legislative framework and is delaying humanitarian assistance.

· As of 23 October, 50,000 people have registered under the recently adopted Government Decree 509. Some 10,000 of these already received state support under Government Decree 505.

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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Displaced Return to Rebuild Lives in South Sudan's Bor

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Voice of America

Philip Aleu

BOR— At a compound in Bor, workers pound nails into wooden planks and iron sheets as they build a shelter for Joseph Chaar Anyuat and his family. It will provide shade on sunny days, and protection from downpours when it rains.

Anyuat is one of nearly two million South Sudanese who have fled their homes since this young country plunged into conflict nearly 11 months ago. Most are still living in U.N. protection of civilian sites, in refugee camps outside the country, or in makeshift shelters in South Sudan.

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Kenya + 1 other
Braving dust storms, women plant seeds of hope at the Dadaab refugee camp

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UN Women

Turning dry lands into fertile fields, a livelihood project is helping Somali women refugees in Kenya make a living and prevent sexual and gender-based violence.

In the world’s largest refugee complex — the sprawling Dadaab settlement in Kenya’s North Eastern Province — women listen attentively during a business management workshop held at a hospital in one of its newest camps, Ifo 2.

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Iraq Crisis: Revised IOM Appeal February 2014 -December 2015

SITUATION OVERVIEW

Ongoing violence between Armed Opposition Groups (AOG) and the Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) and Kurdish Peshmerga has resulted in massive displacement throughout Iraq.

Since December 2013, this conflict has had three major waves of violence (which occurred in January, June and August 2014) which have caused insecurity, dramatic levels of displacement, and suffering for the Iraqi people.

International Organization for Migration:

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State of Palestine Humanitarian Situation Report, as of 23 October 2014

Highlights

  • The number of Palestinian child casualties from the recent Gaza war continues to rise, as children with serious injuries are still being treated in hospitals, and as further verification of earlier incidents is ongoing. Between 8 July and 26 August, at least 538 Palestinian children were reported killed during the hostilities in Gaza.

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Mise en place des projets de développement communautaire à Masisi

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Radio Okapi

Plus de 600 ménages de Luhonga, village situé dans le territoire de Masisi, à environ 35 km de la ville de Goma (Nord-Kivu) bénéficient du Projet de réintégration des populations affectées par les conflits. Ce projet est exécuté par le Programme des Nations unies pour le développement (PNUD) depuis début 2014.

Il est notamment prévu, dans le cadre de ce projet la construction des bornes fontaines et la réhabilitation de quelques écoles et centres de santé.

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UNICEF Somalia Monthly SitRep 9, September 2014

Highlights

  • More than 7,751 suspected measles cases have been reported in 2014 with thousands of unvaccinated Somali children at risk of disability or death. UNICEF will vaccinate 520,000 children under-5 in the outbreak areas of Lower Juba, Banadir and Puntland in October. UNICEF seeks funding for a national campaign to vaccinate 5 million children under-15.

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Philippines + 1 other
Fire Trucks Contribute to Disaster Preparedness in Philippines Typhoon Belt

Philippines - Guiuan, Eastern Samar, the first area in the Philippines to be struck by Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) in November 2013, today received a donation of two fire trucks and a variety of fire and rescue equipment from France.

The donation, organized by the French NGO International Emergency Fire Fighters (Pompiers de l’Urgence Internationale or PUI), in partnership with IOM, is designed to support the municipality in its recovery from the devastation wrought by Haiyan.

International Organization for Migration:

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India's Modi announces relief package for flood-hit Kashmir

By Fayaz Bukhari

SRINAGAR, India, Oct 23 (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday announced a 7.5 billion rupee ($120 million) relief package for flood-hit Kashmir as his Bharatiya Janata Party seeks to expand support beyond the mainly Hindu lowlands of Jammu.

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PM meets various groups of flood affected people in Srinagar, listens to their problems and suggestions

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today met various groups of flood-affected people in Srinagar to understand their problems first-hand, and listen to their suggestions on the rehabilitation process following the recent floods. The Prime Minister had announced that he would be spending the day of Diwali interacting with flood-affected people of Srinagar.

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Japan’s New Financial Assistance to the PA [EN/AR]

  1. The Government of Japan has decided to extend a Non-project grant aid of 1 billion Yen (approximately USD 9.3 million) to the Palestinian Authority (PA) as a kind of its budget support to the PA. Notes to this effect were signed and exchanged today on October 23 rd, 2014 in Ramallah between H.E. Mr. Shukry Bishara, Minister for Finance and Planning and Mr. Junya Matsuura, Ambassador for Palestinian Affairs/ Representative of Japan to the PA.

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Myanmar: Humanitarian Bulletin, Issue 9| 1 – 30 September 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Humanitarian and development assistance needed for vulnerable people in Rakhine

  • Rakhine: Some positive developments but access to healthcare remains a major challenge

  • Cross-line missions reach 30,000 displaced people in Kachin

  • Resettled families in Pa La Na need further livelihood support

  • Floods displace over 11,000 people in Shan State, Sagaing, Mandalay and Ayeyarwaddy regions

Key FIGURES

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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Myanmar: Regressed, Stalled, or Moving Forward?

The burning question in Washington about Myanmar’s transition is: are things regressing, stalled, or moving forward? The short answer is all of the above. In August, 2014, CSIS organized a delegation to examine the status of the Myanmar transition in three key dimensions: health and development; political reform and governance; and conflict resolution with the country’s minority groups. This report is a summary of CSIS’ observations and thoughts on strengthening U.S. support for Myanmar’s transition. The bottom line: active U.S.

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