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23 Jan 2017 description

Progress Since the last Sitrep

Since last WoS Nutrition SitRep, the Nutrition sector with its partners continued the provision of essential nutrition services from Damascus and Gaziantep.

From Damascus hub, partners screened close to 4,000 girls and boys under five years of age and pregnant lactating mothers for acute malnutrition using MUAC (3185 children and 698 women).

23 Jan 2017 description

Summary

The present document summarises the findings of short visits to several locations in Borno State where displaced populations are settled. The focus of the visits was to assess the shelter, shelter-related non-food items (NFI) and displacement management/camp coordination and camp management (DMS/CCCM) needs, gaps and monitor activities being implemented.

22 Jan 2017 description

In a context marked by fighting, displacement and a severe economic crisis, only very few children in South Sudan have access to quality education. ACAPS deployed an assessment expert and an analyst to the Education Cluster in South Sudan to support identification of the most effective activities to resume education in a safe and sustained way. The Education Cluster Assessment provides insights on the status of education in South Sudan, the impact of the crises and inform decision making on the prioritisation of resources.

22 Jan 2017 description

The Israeli occupation authorities continue to deny Palestinians of Gaza access to adequate medical care in the West Bank and Israel, preventing or delaying the passage through Erez crossing, and thereby putting the lives of dozens of critically ill Palestinian patients at risk. The patients are attempting to reach hospitals that are in close proximity to Gaza, where the healthcare services are crippled due to Israel’s closure and blockade. On 14 January 2017, a 17-year-old child with a congenital heart defect from Gaza City, died after his crossing request was refused.

22 Jan 2017 description

Many of the victims being treated after the refugee camp bombing this week are children

By Kieran Guilbert

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria, Jan 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Lying in a bed in the surgical ward of a hospital in northeast Nigeria, his torso barely visible under heavy bandaging, a 10-year-old boy stares blankly at the ceiling as nurses rush past.

22 Jan 2017 description

Highlights

  • An ISIL advance on Deirez-Zor that started on 15 January has effectively cut the besieged enclave in two as of 17 January, and resulted in the death and injury of scores of civilians

  • The areas of Deir-ez-Zor under the control of the government of Syria, in which some 93,500 live, have been besieged by ISIL since July 2014, depriving people from regular access to food, medicines and other essentials.

22 Jan 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Progress Since the last Sitrep

Since last WoS Nutrition SitRep, the Nutrition sector with its partners continued the provision of essential nutrition services from Damascus and Gaziantep.

22 Jan 2017 description

IN NUMBERS

160,000 People are currently displaced

85% of displaced people are in emergency camps

6,600 Family plots are available now to shelter displaced people in emergency camps

565,000 People in need, in and out of camps, have been reached by first-line emergency assistance

1.2-1.5m People could be affected overall by the military operations

22 Jan 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

posté le 19 JANVIER 2017 par LEMIEN SAKA

*BLOGUEUR INVITE – En RDC, des milliers d’enfants accusés de sorcellerie sont maltraités et contraints de vivre dans la rue. Un phénomène largement ignoré par les populations et les autorités publiques. Enquête.*

21 Jan 2017 description
report Women Under Siege

By Annie Hylton/Guest Blogger — January 20, 2017

21 Jan 2017 description

An Inter-Cluster mission led by UNOCHA and comprising Food Security, Logistics, Health, WASH, Child Protection, and Shelter-NFIs, accompanied by a WFP Security Officer, visited Gogjali and Al Samah neighbourhoods on 10 January. Child Protection also reported on Education.

21 Jan 2017 description

GENEVE (19 janvier 2017) - Le Comité des droits de l'enfant a examiné, hier après-midi et aujourd'hui les rapports présentés par la République démocratique du Congo au titre de la Convention relative aux droits de l'enfant et de son Protocole facultatif sur la vente d'enfants, la prostitution des enfants et la pornographie mettant en scène des enfants.

21 Jan 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

  • For the first time since the beginning of the refugee crisis in Turkey, there are more Syrian children in school than out – as of November, over 490,000 Syrian children are currently enrolled in formal education, a 50% increase in enrolment since the end of the previous school year in June 2016.

  • Over 100 Temporary Education Centres (TECs) were upgraded or provided with essential furniture in December, bringing the total number of TECs supported in 2016 with this intervention to 259.

21 Jan 2017 description

Highlights

  • Since 14 January, an estimated 1.8 million people in Aleppo city and eastern rural Aleppo have been cut off from their main source of water supply following a technical failure in Al Khafse water station. The UN is supporting the response to the water crisis.

  • More than 121,350 people who from east Aleppo city have been officially registered. Of those, 65,345 remained or re-registered in east Aleppo, 50,929 are registered as sheltering in west Aleppo, and 5,077 remain in the Jibreen collective shelter.

21 Jan 2017 description

The Committee on the Rights of the Child today concluded its consideration of the combined third to fifth periodic report of the Democratic Republic of the Congo on its implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as well as its initial report on the implementation of the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography.

21 Jan 2017 description

Comité des droits de l’enfant

Examen des rapports soumis par les États parties en application de l’article 44 de la Convention

Introduction

  1. Le Gouvernement de la RDC a présenté et défendu le 21 janvier 2009, son 2è rapport périodique sur la mise en œuvre de la Convention relative aux Droits de l’Enfant devant le Comité des Droits de l’Enfant (CRC/C/COD /2).