Recovery and Reconstruction

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17 Mar 2017 description
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Assessment Questionnaire

Background & Context:

Damasak is the head town of Mobbar LGA, in the North-East Nigerian, state of Borno. It is located near the confluence of the Yobe River and Komadugu Gana River, adjoining the border with Niger 34km from Diffa in Niger and 3km between Damasak and the border with Niger.

13 Mar 2017 description

Key figures

  • 78,504 school age children are among the recently displaced people by the Mosul offensive since 17th of October. While the current returns to the newly retaken areas were reducing IDP numbers, the fears of hostilities in Western Mosul are increasing the new arrivals in the camps.

  • 32,839 children (47.2% females) are accessing formal and non-formal education programs in the 25 Temporary Learning Spaces and 12 formal school spaces established in the camps, with a significant number more to be established over the coming weeks.

01 Mar 2017 description
infographic UN Children's Fund

Situation in numbers

537,139 TOTAL POPULATION IN THE REGION
130,000 DISPLACED PEOPLE (IDPS, RETURNEES, REFUGEES AND THIRD-COUNTRY NATIONALS)
222,356 FOOD INSECURE PEOPLE (INTEGRATED FOOD SECURITY PHASE CLASSIFICATION, NOV 2016)
84% OF CHILDREN (3 TO 17 YEARS) DO NOT ATTEND EDUCATION
59 IDP SITES, 1 REFUGEE CAMP AND 35 HOST VILLAGES

28 Feb 2017 description

Key figures

  • 56,605 school age children are among the recently displaced people by the Mosul offensive since 17th of October. While the current returns to the newly retaken areas were reducing IDP numbers, the fears of hostilities in Western Mosul are increasing the new arrivals in the camps.

  • 29,621 children (46.9% females) are accessing non-formal education in the 25 Temporary Learning Spaces established in the camps, with a significant number more to be established over the coming weeks.

13 Feb 2017 description

Key figures

  • 53,522 school age children are among the recently displaced people by the Mosul offensive since 17th of October. Given the current returns to the recently retaken areas, the displaced numbers are reducing as per the DTM.

  • 26,709 children (49.7% females) are accessing non-formal education in the 25 Temporary Learning Spaces established in the camps, with a significant number more to be established over the coming weeks.

06 Feb 2017 description

Key figures

  • 56,660 school age children are among the recently displaced people by the Mosul offensive since 17th of October. Unfortunately this number is rapidly increasing as the displacements continues.

  • 23,799 children (48.9% females) are accessing non-formal education in the 25 Temporary Learning Spaces established in the camps, with a significant number more to be established over the coming weeks.

03 Feb 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Launch of Soura wa Hikaya photographic exhibition and book

Beirut, February 3, 2017 – The Soura wa Hikaya photographic exhibition was opened today at the Madina Theatre with the participation of 70 adolescent boys and girls from Lebanon, Syria, Palestine and Iraq. The exhibition brings together the photography and reporting produced by the youths participating in a programme implemented by Zakira NGO in partnership with UNICEF.

26 Jan 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Total people in need: 5 million

Total children (<18) in need: 3 million

Total people to be reached in 2017: 3.9 million

Total children to be reached in 2017: 1 million

2017 programme targets

Nutrition
• 112,500 children aged 6 to 59 months affected by SAM admitted for treatment

Health
• 200,000 children under 5 vaccinated against measles
• 400,000 children and women provided with access to emergency health care services

25 Jan 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

  • On 19 December, an earthquake of 5.8 magnitude hit the northwest part of Ecuador in Esmeraldas province with epicenter in Atacames. Subsequently, 144 aftershocks took place in the area.

  • More than 4,000 people have been affected (including 3 people dead), while 145 buildings were damaged or destroyed.

  • Local working groups were immediately activated in order to respond.

23 Jan 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

  • In 2016, there were verified reports of over 2,300 grave violations against children by armed forces and groups throughout Syria. Of these, killing and maiming of children and recruitment and use of children were the most prevalent violations. The actual numbers are likely to be much higher.

20 Jan 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

The situation in East Jerusalem remains tense. Child protection concerns continue as a result. During the fourth quarter, 220 arrests of children in East Jerusalem were documented by Wadi Hilweh Centre. UNICEF reached 195 children in conflict with the law (88.6 per cent of those identified) with legal support through the Wadi Hilweh Centre.

16 Jan 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights:

  • UNICEF Pacific Representative, Mr. Sheldon Yett, presented his credentials to the Prime Minister of Vanuatu, Hon. Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas

  • To date 73 per cent of children under five have been registered, while 86 per cent of children under 18 years have their birth recorded in the national birth registration system

13 Jan 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Pidie Jaya, Aceh: The crack starts near the door and cuts to the back wall through dusty tiles, a distance of some six or seven metres.

Considering the wreckage just a stone’s throw away – where homes lie in ruins, schools in piles of debris – the crack, which teachers at MIN Pangwa Islamic elementary school describe as the worst of the earthquake damage, might seem almost trivial.

But to Rajwa, 10, a fifth grade student, it is a kind of trigger -- a frightening reminder of an event that killed two of his classmates and forced his family from their home for weeks.

11 Jan 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

By UNICEF Haiti

When Hurricane Matthew passed over Haiti in early October 2016, it flattened entire neighbourhoods and destroyed the livelihoods of large portions of the population. UNICEF is working with the Government to address the lasting impacts on children, including protracted food insecurity, persistent risk of disease, and disruptions to the infrastructures of water and sanitation, education and health.