En août, 316 ménages assistés par le PAM ont participé aux enquêtes mVAM dans la région de Diffa, soit une augmentation de 11% par rapport au mois précédent.
Les résultats indiquent que 97% de ces ménages ont une consommation limite ou acceptable, et que la proportion des ménages ayant une consommation alimentaire pauvre est passée de 8% à 3%.
Aucun ménage n’a été contraint de recourir à des stratégies d’adaptation pour accéder à la nourriture.
Cette situation est principalement due à la régularité de l’assistance alimentaire.
Afghanistan: The humanitarian situation in Kunduz is deteriorating as fighting for control of the city continues. Aid organisations have withdrawn, after a Médecins Sans Frontières hospital was bombed in an airstrike, killing 22 and injuring 37.
Burundi: At least eight civilians were killed in Bujumbura over the weekend as political violence persists, and people continue to flee. Some 128,000 people are reliant on food assistance: in some of the areas affected by insecurity, food prices are up to 95% higher than average.
On 22 September, President U Thein Sein visited Chin State, one of the areas most severely affected by floods and landslides in July and August. The President visited camps for people displaced by the floods and chaired a meeting with Chin State government officials in Hakha, Capital of Chin State. Almost 3,000 homes were destroyed or damaged due to landslides in the state and households need to be relocated as it is not safe for them to return and rebuild on the original sites.
52% of Internally Displaced People are in Donetsk and Luhansk regions
59% of Internally Displaced People are pensioners
13% of Internally Displaced People are children
4% of Internally Displaced People are disabled
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Situational overview: The conflict situation in eastern Ukraine has improved following a ceasefire on 1 September, though the overall situation remains tense.
Humanitarian access: UN agencies have been expelled from the nongovernment controlled area of Luhansk narrowing the humanitarian space and limiting humanitarian action, including protection monitoring and activities.
WORKING TO REACH CONFLICT AFFECTED COMMUNITIES IN NORTHERN SYRIA
6 OCTOBER 2015 ¦ GENEVA - New Global Standards for quality health-care services for adolescents developed by WHO and UNAIDS aim to help countries improve the quality of adolescent health care.
Access to clean and safe water is difficult in Bowdha Dogore village in Adado district, Somalia, where Abdi Ahmed Jamaa, together with his 14 children and two wives reside. For a long time, Abdi and his family have depended on rehabilitated water cisterns (called barkads) as their only water supply. These water sources were left open and in a dilapidated state posing a risk to both the people of Bowdha Dogore and their livestock.
World Vision Youth
Erastus, like many young guys his age, likes football. His love for the game is evidenced by the Manchester United jersey he proudly wears while he plays with some of the children he knows.
On Saturday 3 October 2015 the MSF Trauma centre in Kunduz was hit several times during sustained bombing by coalition forces, and was very badly damaged.
Twelve staff members and at least 10 patients, including three children, were killed; 37 people were injured including 19 staff members.
US government admits their airstrike hit hospital
Save the Children response to reports of UK downsizing search and rescue capacity of refugees at sea.
Monday, 5 October 2015 - 5:31pm
Justin Forsyth, CEO Save the Children, said:
“Last month, 159 people, including 35 children, drowned crossing the Aegean Sea, making September the deadliest month yet for refugees and migrants crossing from Turkey to Greece.
Editor’s Note: This blog post was written by Enough Project Intern Amanda Schmitt.
DENGUE : ÉPIDÉMIE DE DENGUE 1 TOUJOURS EN COURS SUR TOUT LE TERRITOIRE LA PROTECTION CONTRE LES MOUSTIQUES DEMEURE INDISPENSABLE, EN PARTICULIER POUR LES ENFANTS ET LES PERSONNES RÉCEMMENT ARRIVÉES SUR LE TERRITOIRE DIARRHÉES AIGÜES : EPIDÉMIE EN BAISSE - RESTEZ VIGILANT SURTOUT CHEZ LES JEUNES ENFANTS
PENSEZ AU LAVAGE DES MAINS ET À LA RÉHYDRATATION
ALERTES INTERNATIONALES ET RÉGIONALES EN COURS (ÉBOLA, MERSCOV, RRV, DENGUE...)
SOYEZ VIGILANT EN CAS DE FIÈVRE CHEZ LES VOYAGEURS (JUSQU'À 3 SEMAINES APRÈS LE RETOUR)
posté le SEPTEMBRE 29, 2015 par ALEXIS MUGISHO MUDERHWA
La cité de Mulundu dans l’ancienne province du Kasaï Oriental au sud de la RDC est un exemple parfait qui démontre le rôle vital que joue l’eau dans la vie des êtres humains. L’importance d’avoir un système de bonne qualité d’approvisionnement en eau ne peut être soulignée davantage. L’eau potable en avant !
Le réseau d’eau potable de Mulundu est un système d’approvisionnement gravitaire capté depuis la source de Matshionyi située à plus ou moins 5km de la cité de Mulundu.
In 2015, the ICRC has stepped up its efforts to help some of the many hundreds of thousands of people affected by the Lake Chad conflict who lack even the basic necessities of life. We are building shelters, distributing food and essential household items, facilitating access to medical care and water, visiting security detainees and helping to re-establish contact among families separated by the conflict.
Vivres, articles ménagers et soutien agricole
During week 40 of 2015 (28 Sept- 4 Oct 2015), two new suspect cholera cases reported from [Gorom (1) and Tongping (1)] Juba county tested negative for cholera using the direct and modified rapid diagnostic cholera test. Therefore they were discarded and not captured in the line list.
Un appui technique et financier de l’UNFPA, le Fonds des Nations Unies pour la population, a permis d’ouvrir trois unités de santé de la reproduction des jeunes et des adolescents dans deux régions du pays
Yaoundé, Cameroun. L’hôpital régional de Bertoua, celui du district d’Abong-Mbang (région de l’Est) et l’hôpital régional de Ngaoundéré, dans l’Adamaoua, disposent désormais de trois unités de santé de la reproduction destinés aux adolescents et jeunes.