Recovery and Reconstruction

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Highlights

  • The Minister of Finance has announced on 24 November a 'recovery' package to tackle the wider impact of Ebola Virus Disease in Liberia. 60m USD are to be allocated for the restoration of essential health services,
    Education 30m USD, Food Security 35m USD and conditional safety nets 25m USD.

28 Nov 2014 description

CURITIBA, Brasil, 24 de noviembre de 2014 (ACNUR) - El Alto Comisionado de las Naciones Unidas para los Refugiados (ACNUR) firmó hoy un Protocolo de Intenciones con el Gobierno del Estado de Paraná, Brasil, y con la Federación de Industrias del Estado para inserir los refugiados colombianos que viven en Ecuador en el mercado laboral de la región brasileña.

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La République tunisienne recevra 30,458 millions d’Euros pour l’extension de la première phase du projet de développement agricole intégré (PDAI) de Gabès, suite à l’approbation faite par les administrateurs du Groupe de la Banque africaine de développement (BAD), mercredi 26 Novembre 2014, à Abidjan. Ce montant sera financé grâce à un prêt BAD de 20,652 millions d’Euros, une contribution du Gouvernement tunisien de 7,285 millions d’Euros et 2,521 millions d’Euros par la Banque Tunisienne de Solidarité. La durée de mise en œuvre du Projet sera de 5 ans.

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Le Groupe de la Banque africaine de développement (BAD) a approuvé, mercredi 26 Novembre 2014 à Abidjan, deux prêts d’un montant global d’environ 59 millions de dollars américains (USD) pour contribuer au financement de la deuxième phase du Projet de Réhabilitation et d’Extension du Périmètre de Bas-Mangoky (PRPBM II), dans la région Sud-Ouest de Madagascar.

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES – An $80 million Asian Development Bank (ADB) loan will upgrade a road providing a key link in and out of Myanmar’s agriculturally rich but underdeveloped Ayeyarwaddy Delta.

27 Nov 2014 description

A summary of the ICRC's activities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo between July and September 2014.

27 Nov 2014 description

Faits saillants

  • Les attaques perpétrées par les groupes armés au nord-est du Nigéria ont entrainé des flux importants de populations à Diffa dans le courant du mois de novembre.

  • D’importants besoins humanitaires persistent au moment où le nombre de personnes déplacées continuent d’augmenter.

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report Redhum

Fuente: Hondudiario.com

Las diferentes unidades que conforman el Codem, recorrieron la ciudad, logrando dar respuesta a los inconvenientes presentados por las lluvias como el arrastre de material o sedimento hacia el bulevar del Sur.

Miembros de la municipalidad de San Pedro Sula a través de del Comité de Emergencia Municipal (Codem) iniciaron labores de forma inmediata ante emergencia por las múltiples emergencias que se suscitaron en diferentes parte de la ciudad.

27 Nov 2014 description

INTRODUCTION BY THE DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS

The ICRC is pleased to present its 2015 Emergency Appeals, which describe the situations faced by people affected by armed conflicts and other situations of violence, the primary objectives of the ICRC’s field delegations and missions in some 80 countries around the world and the corresponding budgetary requirements . The Emergency Appeals set out the needs as identified at the time of writing in late October 2014 .

TRENDS IN CONTEMPORARY ARMED CONFLICTS

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In a part of the world long plagued by conflict, drought and instability, Somalia's Somaliland region is a bright spot. Located in the north-west of the country, the region is undergoing profound social transformation. Through the Integrated Community Development Programme (ICDP) – financed by IFAD, the Belgian Fund for Food Security and the OPEC Fund for International Development – rural people are learning to read and write, taking loans, starting businesses and improving their lives and communities.

27 Nov 2014 description
report Jordan Red Crescent

2½ years in Amman, poor health and wish for education.

Sayah H. Mutawi is 65, and lives with his wife Khawla (57) and daughter Faizah (16) and his wife’s two sisters in a two bedroom apartment in downtown Jordan. Barefoot, Sayah takes us into the main lounge room where his wife is lying in a large bed, with one of her sisters perched by her side.

27 Nov 2014 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Need to scale-up shelter repairs and maintenance in Rakhine and Kachin;

  • Pilot citizenship verification exercise for IDPs in Myebon, Rakhine;

  • Most vulnerable displaced people in Meiktila need blankets, mats and other assistance for the winter;

  • Some 174,000 school children and their families are at risk of food ration cuts before the end of the school year.

Key FIGURES

People targeted for humanitarian assistance in Rakhine State

IDPs* 139,000

27 Nov 2014 description

In Jordan between January and October 2014, the RRP6 has delivered humanitarian assistance to 620,000 refugees and over 600,000 vulnerable Jordanians, combined with resilience and capacity support to communities, government services and institutions.

As of October 2014, the RRP6 Jordan is over 60% funded of a 1 billion USD appeal. The total appeal budget is divided 32% between camps and 68% for urban and rural areas. This compares to 20% of the total refugee population in camps and 80% living in host communities.

27 Nov 2014 description

By: Scott Smith

The results of the 10th annual Asia Foundation survey of the Afghan people provides some indication that a government that seeks to govern with greater inclusivity, respect for the rule of law and attention to justice might also help strip the insurgency of any remaining legitimacy and strengthen the government’s negotiating hand as international troops withdraw. This will be the major challenge of Afghanistan’s new, reform-oriented government.

27 Nov 2014 description

Miles de familias afectadas por la sequía recibirán paquetes alimentarios a partir de diciembre y los evacuados de los escombros de Managua tendrán sus viviendas el venidero día 30

La Coordinadora del Consejo de Comunicación y Ciudadanía, Compañera Rosario Murillo, informó que 44 mil familias de los municipios afectados por la sequía este año recibirán paquetes alimentarios a partir del próximo 15 de diciembre.

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report REACH

Summary

Informal sites and formal camps have been established or re-opened in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) between mid-June and the end of August 2014 to host internally diplaced persons (IDPs). REACH Initiative launched an assessment to profile sites and camps that had reached at least 50% capacity by the end of September. This factsheet presents a multi sector comparison of the vulnerabilities, needs and concerns reported by displaced persons living in eleven settlements in Diyala, Duhok, Erbil, Ninewa and Sulyamaniyah governorates.

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report Qatar Charity

During the past fourteen months, Qatar Charity has implemented more than QAR 20 million (USD 5.5 million) on projects for Pakistan.

Immediate disaster response accounted for QAR 1.1 million (USD 300,000) for flood and earthquake response. Most notably, this included the 2013 Baluchistan earthquake and 2014 Muzaffar Ghar floods in the province of Punjab responses where shelter, food and clothing was provided to those most affected.

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report Guardian

Ahead of the London summit, concern is growing that the world could forget Afghanistan – and the country could forget its commitments to women’s rights

Clár Ní Chonghaile

It would be a challenge for any leader: balance the books after years of systemic corruption, battle a resurgent rebellion and form a government despite entrenched ethnic divisions. But Afghan’s new president, Ashraf Ghani, must do all this as thousands of foreign troops pull out, taking their services, experience, hardware and dollars with them.

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report IRIN

JURF-AL-SAKHAR/DUBAI, 26 November 2014 (IRIN) - November is usually a busy month for farmers in the Iraqi town of Jurf al-Sakhar as they sow their seeds ahead of the bitter winter months. Yet this year fields lie unplanted and untethered goats and cows wander aimlessly among slayed palm trees.

Months of fighting have taken a heavy toll on the town, 60km south of Baghdad in Babil Governorate, leaving buildings in ruin and fields flooded or scorched - in many cases both.