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Réponse Rapide aux Mouvements de Population (RRMP) Rapport d’Evaluation Multisectorielle: Bakila Tenambo/ Kambi Ya Miba -Totolito (27 août - 30 août 2014)

Territoire de Beni

Collectivité Secteur de Beni-Mbau

Groupement Batangi-Mbau

Zone de Santé d’OICHA

Population : 489 ménages retournés soit 2934 Habitants

Période d’évaluation : Du 27 août au 30 août 2014

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit http://unocha.org/.

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Réponse Rapide aux Mouvements de Population (RRMP) Rapport d’Evaluation Multisectorielle: Mamundioma (27 - 30 août 2014)

Territoire de Beni

Collectivité secteur de Beni-Mbau

Groupement Bambumba-Kisiki

Zone de Santé d’OICHA

Population : 625 ménages retournés soit 3 813 Habitants

Période d’évaluation : Du 27 août au 30 août 2014

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit http://unocha.org/.

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Voucher system provides vulnerable families in Gaza with critical supplies

GAZA – The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Food Programme (WFP) have come together to ensure critical food, water and sanitation supplies reach the most vulnerable families and children affected by 50 days of armed conflict in Gaza.

During the hostilities, 78,000 displaced people in host communities, half of them children, received electronic vouchers which operate like debit cards, enabling them to purchase locally produced food, safe drinking water and sanitary products at local shops.

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Amid ongoing conflict, Iraq completes massive polio campaign for children with support of UNICEF and WHO [EN/AR]

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Erbil / Amman, 2 September 2014 – Despite the ongoing conflict, violence and displacement across Iraq, a mass polio immunization campaign succeeded in reaching 3.75 out of 4 million children under the age of 5.

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UNICEF Delivers Emergency Aid to Children in Amerli, Iraq [EN/AR]

Erbil, 2 September, 2014 – In response to a break in the two-month long siege of Amerli, UNICEF has delivered 45 metric tonnes of life-saving supplies for the estimated 3,000 children, women and their families who have been trapped in dire conditions.

“UNICEF supplies are on the ground, and we will do everything in our power to bring relief to the children, women and families who have endured so much tragedy,” said Dr. Marzio Babille, UNICEF Iraq Representative. “While this delivery was the first, more assistance is following immediately from the humanitarian community in Iraq.”

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UNICEF Mobilizes Disadvantaged Communities and Generates Demand for Improved Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Practices

By: Fatima Shahryar

Dera Ismail Khan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Village Chandna is a small rural settlement about 100 kilometres from the city of Dera Ismail Khan (D.I. Khan) in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. It has a population of nearly 900 people living a disadvantaged life as they neither have a school for their children, nor a health facility for even the basic healthcare services.

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Iraq + 1 other
Education Cannot Wait: Education on the Brink in Iraq

Iraq is facing an unprecedented humanitarian emergency. A surge of violence in recent months between government forces and armed groups has resulted in the displacement of 1.5 million people from central Iraq to other parts of the country, especially to the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. 17 million people in Iraq have been affected. Over 500,000 IDPs are estimated to be of school‐going age (4‐17 years). The new academic year starts in September and all children should be going back to school.

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Zimbabwe Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2014

The Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) was carried out in 2014 by the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZIMSTAT) as part of the global MICS programme. Technical support was provided by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

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Iraq + 1 other
Iraq Weekly Humanitarian Situation Report, 19th – 25th August 2014

Highlights

  • After temporary disruption of most ongoing water trucking activities in the North of Iraq, due to armed conflict, UNICEF is supporting the Dahuk Water Directorate with the daily provision of 67 water trucks across Dahuk Governorate, serving 80,500 IDPs in schools, settlements, unfinished buildings, and within the host communities.

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Ensemble pour une meilleure éducation!

Les Enfants Reporters ont participé à la revue intermédiaire du Plan Intérimaire de l’Education (PIE) 2012-2014 de la République Démocratique du Congo (RDC).

Ils ont participé aux ateliers thématiques sur les trois axes du plan: l’accès et l’accessibilité, la qualité et la gouvernance de l’éducation. Voici leurs impressions.

La gouvernance pour une bonne éducation

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L’UNICEF distribue un demi-million de moustiquaires au milieu des pluies abondantes et des violences en RCA

BANGUI, République centrafricaine, 27 août 2014 – Au milieu des pluies abondantes et dans un contexte de violences, l’UNICEF et ses partenaires ont distribué plus d’un demi-million de moustiquaires pour atteindre chaque foyer de Bangui et protéger les familles du paludisme – la principale cause de mortalité chez les enfants de moins de cinq ans en République centrafricaine.

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Ethiopia + 1 other
UNICEF Ethiopia South Sudanese Refugees’ Update SitRep #15 – (Reporting Period 1 – 15 August 2014)

Highlights:

  • As of 15 August, 189,327 South Sudanese asylum seekers have arrived in Gambella Region of Ethiopia. Over 90 per cent of the new arrivals are women and children and almost 68 percent are children. The current daily average arrival rate is 800. UNHCR estimates that 300,000 refugees will seek asylum in Ethiopia by end of 2014.

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State of Palestine Humanitarian Situation Report, as of 28 August 2014

Highlights

  • After 50 days of fighting, an open-ended ceasefire brokered by the Egyptian government and agreed by the armed groups in Gaza, the Palestinian Authority, and Israel entered into force on 26 August. Both parties to the conflict are currently observing the ceasefire.

  • If the agreement holds, it will have ended the longest, deadliest and most destructive escalation in hostilities in Gaza since the beginning of the Israeli occupation in 1967.

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UNICEF distributes half a million mosquito nets amid heavy rains and violence in CAR

BANGUI, Central African Republic, 27 August 2014 – Amid heavy rains and violence UNICEF and partners have distributed more than half a million mosquito bed nets reaching every home in Bangui to protect families from malaria - the leading killer of children under 5 in Central African Republic.

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World + 5 others
EU donates € 11.5 million to UNICEF to treat malnourished children in the Sahel

BRUSSELS/DAKAR, 27 August 2014 - The European Union has allocated € 11.5 million to UNICEF to treat over 1 million children suffering from severe acute malnutrition in five countries of the Sahel.

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Liberia + 7 others
Sub-Regional Response to the Ebola Outbreak As of 25 August 2014

SITUATION IN NUMBERS

26 MILLION PEOPLE LIVING IN AREAS AFFECTED BY EBOLA (EVD)

4.5 MILLION CHILDREN UNDER 5 LIVING IN AFFECTED AREAS

5.8 MILLION CHILDREN AGED 10-19 LIVING IN AFFECTED AREAS

RESPONSE HIGHLIGHTS

• In Liberia, in addition to social mobilization, health and hygiene promotion activities, UNICEF is working with government and NGO partners to develop psychosocial services for families affected by Ebola, and to establish a system of identification and care of children orphaned by Ebola.

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European Union calls for the implementation of Doha and Asmara Agreements [EN/AR]

Ambassador Tomas Ulincy, Head of Delegation of the European Union to Sudan (EU) and Geert Cappelaere, UNICEF Representative in Sudan launched yesterday at Corinthia Hotel two newly EU funded projects to strengthen access to quality primary education in the states of Gedarif, Red Sea,
Kassala, Blue Nile, South Kordofan and the Darfur States.

The objectives of the two projects are to increase children’s access to and , improve the quality of primary education and to help Sudan make direct progress towards the Millennium Development Goal targets for education.

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Stepping up the fight against child malnutrition in Sudan

UNICEF receives new grant from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid & Civil Protection department (ECHO)

Khartoum / Brussels, 26th August 2014 --- At the beginning of August, UNICEF received confirmation of a new grant from ECHO to the tune of €2 Million to continue on-going efforts to combat child malnutrition in Sudan.