An estimated 1.3 million people - including 439,000 children – are in need of urgent humanitarian assistance in Libya. To respond to these urgent needs, UNICEF continues to deliver humanitarian assistance in Libya in partnership with line ministries, municipalities and non-governmental organizations, and to implement emergency interventions in the Education, Child Protection, WASH and Health sectors. UNICEF is also scaling up its interventions to reach out to the most vulnerable children, which includes children on the move.
FAO Somalia Water and Land Information Management (SWALIM) reports that heavy rainfall and flooding along the middle and lower reaches of Shabelle River have destroyed crop land and houses, resulting in the displacement of some households in Mahaday Jowhar and Cali Fool Dheere districts.
Inter-Ministerial delegation headed by the Minister of MINARS visited Dundo area to strengthen the coordinated response from the government and the UN agencies.
UNHCR distributed food and relief items for approximately 2,500 asylum-seekers hosted in Mussungue reception centre.
The Angolan authorities will open a new site in Lovua Municipality. Preparations are underway to establish necessary structures and services for asylum-seekers.
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 09 au 21 mai 2017. Sur le plan géographique, il couvre les préfectures de la Ouaka, Basse Kotto, Haute Kotto, Mbomou, Haut-Mbomou et Vakaga.
Basse Kotto : Après Mingala et Alindao, les préfectures de Mobaye et Zangba affectées par la violence armées et les mouvements massifs de populations ;
This Strategic Plan for the period 2016 - 2018 outlines Iceland's strategy for development cooperation with Mozambique and defines the basis for support.
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WFP: In April, WFP was able to distribute food parcels to 40,290 people in need throughout Libya. The lower number is due to a partial pipeline break caused by lack of funding. WFP is currently working on visibility materials for social media, communications and reporting in order to effectively relay the situation in‐country and WFP's response.