Synopsis: At 4:00 PM today, the center of Tropical Depression "Gorio" was estimated based on all available data at 565 km East of Legazpi City, Albay (13.5°N 128.9°E) with maximum sustained winds of 55 km/h near the center and gustiness of up to 65 km/h. It is forecast to move North Northwest at 15 km/h. Southwest Monsoon affecting the western section of Luzon and Visayas.
- Number of Affected Families / Persons
a) To date, 49 families or 245 persons have been affected in Brgy. Napaliko, Arakan, North Cotabato in Region XII .
- Cost of Assistance
To date, a total of Php 34,500.00 worth of food assistance was provided by the Local Government Unit of Arakan, North Cotabato.
As the armed crisis in Marawi City continues to displace families in the two provinces of Lanao, the Philippine government, led by Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Judy M. Taguiwalo, Cabinet Secretary Leoncio Evasco Jr., and Task Force “Bangon Marawi” executive director and Department of National Defense (DND) Undersecretary Cesar Yano, recently received the assistance from the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management (AHA Centre) at the Laguindingan Airport, Misamis Oriental.
Prolonged insecurity in the north- east of Nigeria has caused ongoing displacement with about 1.7 million internally displaced people (IDP) across three most affected states - Adamawa, Borno and Yobe. Recent assessments indicate slightly more than 1,000,000 IDPs living in host communities. Some 207,000 people have fled to neighbouring Cameroon, Chad and Niger to seek safety from violence and unrest.
In the nearly 9 months following the beginning of military operations to retake the city of Mosul, 933,000 individuals have been displaced. On the 9th of July, the military campaign to retake Mosul was officially declared ended. 224,000 people were able to return home once the neighbourhood they were living in was retaken. Nevertheless, 709,000 Mosul residents remain displaced in the Mosul corridor in Ninewa governorate. Approximately 53% of the displaced live with host communities, while the remaining individuals live across 19 camps and emergency sites.
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
The Russian Emergencies Ministry’s Ilyushin Il-76 plane has arrived to the town of Aden, delivering more than 23 tons of relief goods – food stuffs and large tents.
The Ilyushin Il-76 plane of the Emergencies Ministry recently delivered more than 20 tons of relief goods to Yemen and on its way back it evacuated the Russian and CIS citizens to Domodedovo Airport, that wanted to leave the armed conflict area.
APERÇU DE LA SITUATION
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
OVER 3,000 RETURNEES REGISTERED
Since the start of the year, UNHCR has registered 3,052 returnees from Cameroon and Chad. About 1,070 people returned to Nana Mambéré prefecture and 1,982 in Mambéré Kadéï prefecture in the country’s west. The spontaneous returns are due to improving security in some localities in the western part of CAR, the return of Government and some public services as well as the resumption of some mining activities.
AID GROUPS SUSPEND WORK IN KAGA BANDORO
PLUS DE 3 000 RETOURNÉS ENREGISTRÉS
In June, the security situation continued to deteriorate in the south. The situation in Dera’a city and camp, Jilien, and Muzeirib remained extremely tense due to the heavy shelling, mortars and clashes, amid airstrikes. In Rif Damascus, violent clashes continued in Yarmouk, Douma, Harasta, Jobar, and Hajar el Aswad.
57,215 new arrivals from CAR identified by local authorities, General Direction of Migration and National Commission for Refugees starting from mid-May 2017. Figure to be verified.
In June, a total of 1,280 South Sudanese refugees arrived in the DRC, a decrease again in comparison to May (2,139) and April (3,208)
As of 30 June, 30,036 Burundian refugees (9,043 households) live in Lusenda Camp, 61.3% of them are children under 18.
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A severe food security and nutritional crisis is unfolding as a consequence of the drought that began in October 2016.
The Somali region is most affected and is experiencing Emergency (IPC Phase 4) levels of food insecurity. Catastrophe (IPC Phase 5) outcomes are likely to manifest in poorer households by September.
1. Rivers Flow Situation Reported by Flood Forecasting Division. All rivers are flowing at Normal levels except; River Indus at Kalabagh, Chashma, Taunsa & Guddu and River Kabul at Nowshera which are at Low Level. Details at Annex A.
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.