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12 Aug 2016 description

FAITS SAILLANTS

• La République Dominicaine a décidé la prolongation pour un an du permis de séjour des migrants Haïtiens qui avaient été enregistrés dans le cadre du Programme National de Régularisation des Etrangers (PNRE)

• La situation de la sécurité alimentaire a une tendance d’amélioration dans les prochains mois

• Les récentes averses survenues au cours du mois de juillet ont causé des inondations dans les communes du département de l’Ouest, affectant plus de 5000 familles

12 Aug 2016 description

HIGHLIGHTS

• The Dominican Republic decided to extend for one year the residence permit of Haitian migrants who had been registered as part of the National Program of Regularization of Foreigners (PNRE)

• The food security situation tends to improve in the coming months

• Recent showers occurred during July caused flooding in the municipalities of West department, affecting more than 5,000 families

• Cholera outbreaks recorded in several communes. About 20 municipalities are on red alert

09 Aug 2016 description

HURRICANE EARL BELIZE

Earl touched ground as a Category 1 hurricane on Thursday, 04 August.
Authorities distributed packages with food and water to the people affected, and also opened emergency shelters. Some 2,500 people were located in 94 emergency shelters, 164 are still sheltered. Earl affected 1,046 people in the departments of Quiché and Petén. 162 houses were reported with damages, and classes were suspended in the affected departments.

GUATEMALA

09 Aug 2016 description
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HURACÁN EARL BELICE

Earl tocó tierra como huracán categoría 1 (jueves 4 de agosto). Las autoridades distribuyeron paquetes de alimentos y agua entre los afectados. Unas 2,500 personas se refugiaron en 94 albergues temporales de emergencia, de estos 164 continúan en albergues.

GUATEMALA

Earl afectó a 1,046 personas en los departamentos de Quiché y Petén. Se reportaron 162 viviendas con daños, además de la suspensión de clases en los departamentos afectados.

MÉXICO

11 Jul 2016 description

FAITS SAILLANTS

  • Un an après l’expiration du PNRE, plus de 120 000 personnes ont déjà traversé la frontière haitianodominicaine, selon OIM ;

  • Plus de 150 000 personnes ont bénéficié des programmes de réponse à l’épidémie de choléra mis en œuvre par les Nations Unies au cours des deux derniers mois ;

  • Entre mars et juin 2016, Les programmes de retour ont permis de relocaliser environ 1400 personnes déplacées; il reste encore environ 61 000 personnes vivant dans 33 sites ;

11 Jul 2016 description

HIGHLIGHTS

• One year after the expiration of PNRE, about 120,000 people have already arrived in Haiti from Dominican Republic, according to the data collected by IOM;

• Over 150,000 people benefited from cholera response programs implemented by the United Nations over the past two months;

• Between March and June 2016, return programs have helped relocate some 1,400 displaced persons; there are still approximately 61 000 people living in 33 IDP sites;

21 Jun 2016 description

FAITS SAILLANTS

  • Des flambées de choléra enregistrées dans plusieurs communes du pays. Environ 10 communes sont en alerte rouge ;

  • A l’approche de l’ouverture de la saison cyclonique, des inondations sporadiques ont été enregistrées dans certains départements du pays suite aux averses du mois de mai affectant plusieurs centaines de familles ;

18 Jun 2016 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Important cholera outbreaks registered all over the country. About 10 towns in red alert.

  • With the start of the hurricane season, sporadic floods were registered in some regions of the country following the rains of May that affected hundreds of families.

  • The NGO community calls for a new collaboration approach between humanitarian and development actors to improve the response to multiple crises that affect the vulnerable populations.

03 Jun 2016 description

The humanitarian impact of the 2015-2016 El Niño remains deeply alarming, now affecting over 60 million people. Central America, East Africa (particularly Ethiopia), the Pacific and Southern Africa remain the most affected regions. The El Niño phenomenon is now in decline, but projections indicate the situation will worsen throughout at least the end of the year, with food insecurity caused primarily by drought not likely to peak before December. Therefore, the humanitarian impacts will last well into 2017 .

13 May 2016 description

FAITS SAILLANTS

• Des inondations récurrentes ont été enregistrées au cours du mois de mai particulièrement dans les départements du Centre, de l’Ouest et des Nippes. Plus de 9 000 familles ont été affectées et des milliers de maisons endommagées;

• La communauté humanitaire et le gouvernement haïtien sont déterminés à éradiquer l’épidémie de choléra et lancent à cet effet une campagne de vaccination ;

10 May 2016 description

Destacados

  • TERREMOTO EN ECUADOR: El llamamiento de ayuda solo tiene cobertura del 12%, mientras las necesidades continúan. A la tercera semana de ocurrido el terremoto, se reportan 660 personas muertas y 15 desaparecidas, mientras cerca de 32,000 permanecen en albergues temporales de emergencia.

  • LLUVIAS E INUNDACIONES: República Dominicana, Colombia y Nicaragua, entre otros, registran inundaciones en varias de sus regiones debido a las fuertes lluvias de los últimos días.

10 May 2016 description

Highlights

  • EARTHQUAKE IN ECUADOR: A coverage of 12% has been achieved from the Flash Appeal in the first three weeks. The death toll rose to 660 people, 15 people are still missing, 190,364 received sanitary attention and 32,757 people are sheltered.

  • RAINS AND FLOODS: Dominican Republic, Colombia and Nicaragua report floods in various regions due to heavy rains in the last days.

03 May 2016 description

Highlights

 EARTHQUAKE IN ECUADOR: The death toll from the earthquake rose to 660 people dead and 31 still missing. The government of Ecuador, local emergency services, the Red Cross and other organizations continue to provide food, potable water, shelter, emergency medical services and other basic services to the affected people.
Humanitarian partners continue deploying national and international assistance and performing multi sector initial rapid assessments (MIRA) in coordination with local counterparts.

14 Apr 2016 description

FAITS SAILLANTS

  • Les acteurs humanitaires ont déjà démarré le processus de relocalisation des personnes retournées de la République Dominicaine. 374 des 580 familles vivant sur les 6 sites temporaires ont déjà reçu leur subvention au loyer ;

  • Les activités de préparation à la prochaine saison cyclonique sont en cours : des exercices de simulation à l’évacuation et un atelier de définition des priorités ont eu lieu ;

  • L’accès à l’eau potable et à l’assainissement au cœur de la réponse à l’épidémie de choléra ;

14 Apr 2016 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Humanitarian actors have already started the process of resettlement of returnees from the Dominican Republic. 374 of the 580 families living on six temporary sites have already received their rent subsidy;

  • Preparation activities for the next hurricane season are underway : simulation exercises for evacuation and a priority setting workshop took place ;

  • Access to clean water and sanitation at the heart of the response to the cholera epidemic;

11 Apr 2016 description

Highlights

  • FLOODS: The number of people affected by floods in Argentina has increased.
    More than 16,000 people have been evacuated.

  • DROUGHT AND FOOD INSECURITY:
    Two million people need humanitarian assistance in Haiti. The humanitarian community is requesting US$193.8 million to address this and other emergency needs in the country.