2,1 millions de personnes sont en insécurité alimentaire.
Les régions de Maradi, Zinder et Tahoua sont les plus touchées par la malnutrition aiguë.
L’assistance en vivres reste une priorité pour les déplacés du site d’Assaga.
12 pour cent de la population en insécurité alimentaire
Plus de 2 millions de personnes
On 23 May the Office of the United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process (UNSCO) welcomed the decision to resume the private import of cement into Gaza. The suspension of private cement imports through the Gaza Reconstruction Mechanism (GRM) lasted for nearly 45 days. The GRM is an essential tool for UNRWA’s self-help shelter repair and reconstruction programme which facilitates dual-use goods, like cement, for these repair and reconstruction works through private sector imports.
Zone d’évaluation: Village d’Agoumar, Commune de Rafaï, Sous-préfecture de Rafaï, Préfecture de Mbomou.
Date d’évaluation : Du 12 au 13 mai 2016
Population : 6062 personnes soit 970 ménages retournés (taille moyenne de 6,3pr/ménage, selon les enquêtes ménages menées), aucun ménage résident, aucun ménage déplacé.
Tout le village avait fui lors de l’attaque et est rentre en date de l’évaluation.
Appeal Target: US$ 6'349'559 /US$ 6,362,436
Balance Requested: US$ 4,419,629
Geneva, 30 May, 2016
- Disaster Overview
Heavy monsoon rains began on September 2, 2014 in Jammu and Kashmir region leading to heavy flooding. On September 3, a border security officer and five others were killed in landslides and flash floods triggered by heavy rain the Jammu region. The Jammu and Kashmir government sounded a flood alert for the state on September 4 after three days of incessant rain had flooded 23 villages. By September 6 the flooding was recognized as the worst in 50 years and the death toll had risen to 150.
UNHCR assessed the needs of newly displaced populations following the recent violence in Koui and Bocaranga, in the northwest of the Central African Republic, forcing more than 14,000 people to flee their homes;
In Chad, UNHCR and WFP conducted a joint assessment mission to evaluate food and nutrition security conditions of CAR refugees in camps;
In Cameroon, UNHCR’s return intention survey shows that 73 per cent of refugees do not intend to return to CAR under current conditions;
2,155,618 IDPs* in Nigeria *1.8 million displaced by the insurgency (NEMA/IOM DTM Report, Round IX, April 2016)
210,591 Total number of Nigerian refugees in neighboring countries as of 30 April
USD 93.5 million UNHCR requirements for the Nigeria situation Gap 82% Funded 18%
Nigeria Work with stakeholders to scale up presence in the north-east in light of increasing returns from Cameroon
Niger Register all new arrivals in Kabelawa and Sayam Forage Camps
The information presented in this report is undertaken by the Government of Iraq (Gol) and International Organizations working in Iraq; figures are variable, may change according to the situation.
In its emergency meeting, the higher committee for relief and shelter of IDPs has decided to allocate an amount of 2 Billion IQD to establish a camp for the displaced families from Fallujah in Al-Khalidyah district in Anbar Governorate, along with 500 million IQD for the provision of essential relief items.
To lift education in Amedi district, a holistic approach is needed. Organizing transport is the most efficient way to get out of school children in school. Both teachers and students labeled this as the most common reason to be out of school. However, just driving back and forth between villages and schools is not enough.
As the conflict in Syria edges towards its sixth year, and the conflict in Iraq continues, hundreds of thousands of Iraqi and Syrian youths have been forced to flee from their homes and are living in camps or in host communities in Iraq.
Kyiv, Ukraine (26 May 2016) – In 2016, the Government of Japan, the Government of Ukraine, the United Nations in Ukraine, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) will undertake joint efforts to provide life-saving humanitarian aid, and more medium to long-term recovery assistance to people living in conflict-affected areas in eastern Ukraine. Nine projects are funded by the Government of Japan totalling USD 13.64 million.
Flash Update No. 1 – Desplazamientos en casco urbano de López de Micay (Cauca)
From 14-20 May, Sri Lanka received heavy rainfall due to atmospheric disturbances and the formation of Tropical Cyclone Roanu. On 15-16 May, some parts of the country received the highest rainfall for the season.
Tropical Storm Roanu that struck Sri Lanka on 15 May 2016 caused severe flooding and numerous landslides, particularly in the west of the country.
According to the Government of Sri Lanka Disaster Management Centre, 301,602 people have been affected by the floods and landslides. 104 people are known to have died and 99 people are still missing.
An estimated 21,484 people still displaced as a result of the disaster and are living in camps and temporary accommodation including schools.
Buni Yadi, Nigeria | AFP | Friday 5/27/2016 - 11:04 GMT
by Aminu ABUBAKAR
More than two years after being attacked by Boko Haram, piles of blackened furniture, iron bed frames and computers still litter the burnt-out shell of the Federal Government College in Buni Yadi.
The corrugated iron roofing has caved in and the eerily silent school compound in Yobe state, northeast Nigeria, is overgrown with shrubs and grass.
KEY FINDINGS - SUMMARY
The JNA Field Teams conducted assessments in the 37 most affected Upazilas on the coastal belt. The JNA Phase 1 methodology is based on a questionnaire which JNA team members use to interview local government officials at the Upazila level. This data is then collated with available secondary data to produce key findings and recommendations.
On 18 May, two aftershocks shook the country with epicenters between the cantons of Quinindé and Muisne in the Province of Esmeraldas, and Pedernales in the Province of Manabí. The first aftershock occurred at 2:57am and another one at 11:36am with a magnitude of 6.7 and 6.8, respectively. The aftershocks resulted in additional damages in Esmeraldas Province. In response, the Government opened new camps in the affected areas.
Au cours du plan d'intervention humanitaire 2016 (HRP), les indicateurs de résultats du Sahel ont été définis en consultation avec les points focaux du secteur régional pour fournir des indicateurs de performance standards pour le Sahel. Les points focaux des Cluster Pays ont fournis leurs objectifs annuels et commencé à rapporter sur leurs réalisations sectorielles pour chacun des indicateurs de résultats sur une base mensuelle.