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Gobierno Sandinista mantiene el apoyo a damnificados

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Redhum

Como parte de la iniciativa del Gobierno Sandinista de apoyar la recuperación de las familias damnificadas por los sismos que se registran en el país desde el pasado día 10 continúa la construcción de viviendas solidarias, y también la entrega de paquetes de alimentos y medios de movilización a adultos mayores.

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World + 43 others
Global Emergency Overview Snapshot 16–23 April

The Global Overview collates information from a range of sources and displays it in a manner that allows for quick comparison of different humanitarian crises.

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Books in local languages enhance child learning

Report
World Vision

Emily Wallace
Education Resource Adaptation Trainer
World Vision International

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Tajikistan: Floods in Khuroson District - Emergency Plan of Action (EPoA) Operation n° MDRTJ018

A. Situation analysis

Description of the disaster On 16 April 2014, due to heavy rains and hailstorm, a mudflow hit Kizil-kala village of Mehnatobod administrative centre of Khuroson district, Khatlon province.

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‘70,000 civilians displaced in Sudan’s North Kordofan’ SPLM-N

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Radio Dabanga

RASHAD (21 Apr.) - More than 70,000 Nuba Mountains civilians have been displaced as a result of the second phase of the dry season offensive by the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF), according to a press statement issued by Arnu Ngutulu Lodi, the spokesman for the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N).

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Iraq + 1 other
Iraq: Qushtapa Public Health Profile Week 10 | 2-8 March 2014

This public health profile for Qushtapa refugee camp is compiled from health data obtained from reporting agencies. Data is collected using standardised Health Information System (HIS) data collection and reporting tools and aims to be as accurate as possible.

Agencies reporting:

DOH-ERBIL

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Iraq + 1 other
Iraq: Kurdistan camps summary Public Health Profile Week 10 | 2 - 8 March 2014

This public health profile for Kurdistan camps is compiled from health data obtained from reporting agencies. Data is collected using standardised Health Information System (HIS) data collection and reporting tools and aims to be as accurate as possible.

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Iraq + 1 other
Iraq: Kawergosk Public Health Profile Week 10 | 2-8 March 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

Indicators normal.

Upper respiratory tract infections remain the major cause of morbidity

This public health profile for Kawergosk refugee camp is compiled from health data obtained from reporting agencies. Data is collected using standardised Health Information System (HIS) data collection and reporting tools and aims to be as accurate as possible.

Agencies reporting:
MSF

Alerts
One case of acute flaccid paralysis reported

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Iraq + 1 other
Iraq: Gawilan Public Health Profile Week 10 | 2-8 March 2014

HIGHLIGHTS THIS WEEK

Health facility utilisation rate, above expected range.

This public health profile for Gawilan refugee camp is compiled from health data obtained from reporting agencies. Data is collected using standardised Health Information System (HIS) data collection and reporting tools and aims to be as accurate as possible.

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Literacy campaign aims to coach 46,000 people

By THANOE WAI

University lecturers and students are volunteering their time during this summer holiday as part of the 2014 Literacy Campaign in Burma, which aims to provide free classes to 46,479 people, including children and elderly persons who never learned to read.

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Lebanon + 5 others
Regional: RRP6 monthly update ‐ February - Food Security

FEBRUARY HIGHLIGHTS:
Syrian refugees continued to arrive in large numbers to neighbouring countries during the month. In Lebanon, food sector members responded efficiently to the influx in Arsal in early February using contingency stocks, while in Jordan a peak of 800 refugees a day were arriving in late February and so the daily distribution of bread at Za'atari camp was increased by half a tonne.

In Turkey, the e‐Food Card Programme was expanded to an additional camp, increasing the number of benefciaries by 20,000 to 140,000 people per month.

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Iraq + 1 other
Iraq: Darashakran Public Health Profile Week 10 | 2 - 8 Mar 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

Health utilsation rate (HUR) and consultations per clinicians (CPC) elevated. A thorough

investigation of possible explanations for elevated HUR and CPC needed

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Iraq + 1 other
Iraq: Basirma Public Health Profile Week 10 | 2 - 8 Mar 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

Health utilisation rate and consultations per clinician per day elevated.

Upper respiratory tract infections remains the major cause of morbidity.

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Iraq + 1 other
Iraq: Arbat Camp Public Health Profile Week 10 | 2 - 8 Mar 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

A high proportion of cases present with upper respiratory infections