Ongoing military operations in Niger and Nigeria are accompanied by a resurgence of attacks and incursions of armed elements, leading to protection incidents.
A significant increase in cases of genderbased violence (GBV) reported by partners was observed in April.
US $ 3.5 million were allocated by the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) for a rapid response to the urgent needs of 40,000 people in the island areas and villages south of Bol.
APERCU HUMANITAIRE du 04 au 12 juin 2017
Préfecture de Nana-Gribizi / Sous-préfecture de Kaga-Bandoro / Village Godo
• Since 6 June when the SDF announced the launch of its military operations to gain control of Ar-Raqqa city, it has rapidly gained full control over several neighborhoods in the city.
• The offensive started in the semi-urban and urban areas to the east of Ar-Raqqa city during this reporting period triggered serious concerns for the protection of the civilian population, amidst intensification of air operations and shelling and in the expected intensification of urban warfare.
Ce rapport a été produit par OCHA en collaboration avec les partenaires humanitaires. Il a été publié par le Sous-bureau OCHA Bambari et couvre la période du 5 au 11 juin 2017. Sur le plan géographique, il couvre les préfectures de la Ouaka, Basse Kotto, Haute Kotto, Mbomou, Haut-Mbomou et Vakaga.
• L’’inquiétude du PAM face aux difficultés d’acheminement des vivres aux personnes affectées par les conflits ;
Throughout the past week, and as per previous trends, displacement has continued from the western side of Mosul city. According to the government’s Ministry of Migration and Displaced (MoMD), since the start of the western Mosul operation on 19 February 2017, a total of 678,177 people have fled western Mosul as of 11 June.
• Increase in hostilities in Krasnohorivka
• Impediments deprive hundreds to access benefits
• Interrupted water supply systems affect thousands
• Preparedness efforts are scaling up
• Cash Transfer Programming reaches new levels
• Underfunding continues to pose serious threat on UN / NGO ability to deliver
Access to health constrained for some 70,000 people
Inter-communal violence and insecurity in May forced thousands of people to flee their homes in Terekeka to seek shelter on the islands of Geimeza.
Cases of cholera confirmed in Tonj East County of Warrap as outbreak approaches one-year mark.
Insecurity and conflict negatively impacted humanitarian operations in May with at least 36 aid workers relocated including from famine-affected areas.
Countrywide Conflict Displacement
This year, more than 126,000 people have fled their homes due to conflict in Afghanistan. This is 28 per cent less compared to the same period in the previous year, in which 173,000 people were displaced. Displacements this year have reached the majority of the country, with displacements being registered in 29 out of 34 provinces.
Central: Since January, 7,744 people have been displaced in the central region, 6 per cent of the total displacement country-wide.
This allocation paper is issued by the Deputy Regional Humanitarian Coordinator (DRHC), in consultation with the Clusters and Advisory Board of the HF in Turkey, to set the funding priorities for the 2017 1st Standard Allocation.
A total amount of USD 20 million is available for this allocation including up to 4 million set aside for Iraq based partners.
This paper outlines the allocation priorities and rationale for the prioritization to support the priorities of the Syria 2017 HRP.
This report is produced by OCHA in collaboration with humanitarian partners. It covers the period from 16 May to 31 May 2017. It does not include information on the operations of actors that are not part of the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP).
The SDF advances towards Ar-Raqqa city displaced over 169,000 people during the months of April and May across northern Syria. Of which an estimated 100,000 were displaced in May.
This report is produced by OCHA Somalia in collaboration with humanitarian partners. It covers the period from 31 May to 5 June 2017.
Localized average to above-average rainfall has been received in parts of northern and central regions of Somalia, resulting in improved pasture and water resources in these areas, according to the Famine Early Warning System Network (FEWSNET) Seasonal Monitor for Somalia issued on 3 June.
Tripartite agreement signed for the voluntary return of Sudanese refugees from Chad and the return of Chadian refugees from Sudan.
Almost 15,000 suspected AWD cases, including 279 deaths, were reported in Sudan since August 2016, according to WHO and FMoH.
In South Kordofan about 3,000 people fled SPLM-N areas and arrived in government-controlled areas since January 2017.
• More than 12,000 refugees return from Cameroon’s Far North region to towns and localities in north-east Nigeria. Poor living conditions and insecurity in the areas of return as well as uncertainty about the causes of the returns have raised concerns among humanitarian organisations.
• Mayo Sava department in Cameroon’s Far North region is hit by nine suicide attacks since April, severely restricting humanitarian access.
La RCA se dirige-t-elle à nouveau vers une crise humanitaire à grande échelle ? P.1
Des milliers d'enfants encore enrôlés dans les groupes armés P.3
Des ressortissants de M’Brès reconstruisent la ville après la crise P.5
En mai 2017, on compte 503 600 déplacés internes en République centrafricaine. Par rapport au mois d’avril, une augmentation de 14% a été enregistrée.
In this issue
Unprecedented cholera epidemic P.1
Cholera response ramped up in Yemen P.2
Review shows response gaps in hubs P.3
Forced displacement still widespread P.3
Malnutrition at all-time high P.4
Over 96,200 suspected cholera cases and 746 associated deaths recorded since 27 April in 19 governorates.
136 Oral Rehydration Corners have been established and 99 Diarrhoea Treatment Centres opened.
This report was produced by OCHA DR Congo in collaboration with partners in Kasai, Central Kasai and Eastern Kasai. It covers the period from 13 May (following the SitRep n°6) to 31 May 2017. The Kasai region here refers to the provinces of Kasai, Central Kasai, Eastern Kasai, Lomami and Sankuru.
The Humanitarian Coordinator approved a "First Emergency" envelope of USD 3 million from the DRC Humanitarian Fund for a three-month assistance in the areas of protection, logistics, and the health.
1 400 personnes se seraient déplacées dans le groupement de Balala-Nord, en Territoire de Fizi
Plus de 2 000 personnes déplacées sans abris à Butale en Territoire de Fizi suite à un incendie.
Aperçu de la situation
Apercu Humanitaire du 30 mai au 05 juin 2017
Préfecture de Nana-Gribizi / Sous-Préfecture de Kaga Bandoro / Kaga Bandoro
Santé : Malgré les sessions de sensibilisation sur la santé de la reproduction, les femmes enceintes négligent toujours les consultations prénatales qui peuvent les aider à réduire les risques de mortalité infantile et maternelle. Ainsi, sur 95 femmes enceintes dénombrées sur le site Lazare, seul 22,33% ont été une fois à l’hôpital pour les consultations prénatales.