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25 Jul 2017 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • IOM rehabilitates congested areas of the Wau PoC site

  • IOM responds to the cholera outbreak across country

  • Insecurity in Bentiu PoC site temporarily affects service delivery

25 Jul 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

• Yemen is today one of the world’s largest humanitarian crises. It is estimated that now 20.7 million people – including over 11 million children – require humanitarian assistance, 2 million more than those in need at the end of 2016. The AWD/suspected cholera outbreak, the threat of famine and the undermined national systems, are contributing to exacerbate the suffering of millions of children and families.

25 Jul 2017 description
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Technical annex

The full implementation of this version of the HIP is subject to the adoption of the decision amending Decision C(2016) 8795

AMOUNT: EUR 20 000 000

25 Jul 2017 description

A. Situation analysis

Description of the disaster

On 7 November 2016, several areas of Kosovo1 were flooded as a result of heavy rainfalls. The rainfall’s intensity was approximately between 20-25 mm per three hours or 60-75 mm per 24 hours. By 11 November 2016, its intensity reached a record level of 65-90 mm within 24 hours. In the five municipalities of Vushtrri, Gjakova, Rahovec, Podujeva and Malisheva, the situation became critical.

25 Jul 2017 description

This report is produced by OCHA Somalia in collaboration with humanitarian partners. It covers the period from 5 to 24 July 2017.

Highlights

24 Jul 2017 description

A. Situation analysis

Description of the disaster

A total of 103,114 suspected dengue cases have been reported to the Epidemiology Unit, Sri Lanka from all over the island for the last 7 months in the year of 2017 with over 296 deaths. The trend diagram below clearly shows the outbreak proportions dengue is taking in the year 2017 in comparison to each year from 2010 to 2017. The current outbreak is predominantly due to Dengue Fever Virus Type 2 (DEN-2), to which the population has become susceptible due to immunological mechanisms.