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This report is produced jointly by the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) of Malawi and the United Nations Office of the Resident Coordinator in Malawi, in collaboration with humanitarian partners. It covers the period from 1 April to 23 April 2015. The next report will be issued on or around 15 May 2015.
The 23 April marks 100 days of the Flood Disaster in Malawi and the subsequent response.
Recommandations principales :
· NFI :
- Relancer l’économie locale au travers d’activités génératrices de revenus.
· WASH :
Aménager 2 sources à Guen, 1 source à Gadzi et 1 source à Djomo.
Construire 2 forages à Guen.
Former des comités de gestion de point d’eau à Gadzi et Djomo.
Réaliser une intervention wash d’éducation à l'hygiène et aux risques sanitaires.
· Sécurité Alimentaire :
Organiser l’assistance alimentaire aux populations vulnérables.
· Humanitarian operations in Yemen will come to a halt within two weeks, and hospitals in Sana’a and Aden will close down, unless additional fuel is imported. Fuel shortages have also affected water supply in many places.
· Markets in the 19 conflict-affected governorates are incapable of providing all necessary food supplies, according to WFP. Where available, retail prices of wheat grain and wheat flour rose by 42 percent and 44 percent, respectively, in April compared with February.
● Protection cluster partners are receiving reports of people being harmed in incidents related to landmines and unexploded ordnances (UXOs). Cluster partners are gathering data on the number of casualties.
● Conflict-affected people have difficulty accessing health care services and markets due to burdensome bureaucratic travel requirements.
25 Dead, Over 150 hurt in Peshawar windstorm, rains
Earthquake jolts India, Nepal and Pakistan
Floods linked to retreating glaciers threaten Pakistan
Ahead of Season: 22 Dengue cases reported in one week in Karachi
Voice of dissent: Leaders denounce ‘social agreement’ for NWA IDPs
National Action Plan: ‘Maintaining law and order our chief priority’
Revamping standards: Shahbaz says use of IT can curb crime
Rapid solution: FC launches Quick Response Force for Peshawar
Approximately 12,166 displaced families were identified within 45 relocation sites in Zambezia Province
The highest number of displaced families (2,960 families) were recorded in the district of Maganja da Costa
34 of 45 assessed sites are official government relocation communities
• Con estos recursos se han venido capitalizando 447 negocios. • Directora del DPS, Tatyana Orozco, anunció aumento de cupos para Más Familias en Acción. • DPS inició entrega de incentivos de Familias en su Tierra
Cali, 24 de abril de 2015
La directora del Departamento para la Prosperidad Social (DPS), Tatyana Orozco de la Cruz, informó en el distrito de Aguablanca en la ciudad de Cali, que la inversión para capitalizar y fortalecer 447 unidades productivas de población vulnerable y afectada por la violencia asciende a $1.200 millones.
The situation in South Sudan remains among the world's biggest humanitarian crises since the outbreak of civil war in December 2013.
Over 2 million people have fled their homes, including over half a million who have sought refuge in neighboring countries (70% of them are children). At the same time, the country hosts around a quarter of a million refugees, mainly from Sudan.
Ishan hospital in Saraqab was damaged during an airstrike on 18 April, rendering it non-functional.
The SARC Idleb facilities at Carlton Hotel in Idleb city were extensively damaged in an airstrike on 17 April, with key assets, including nine SARC ambulances and vehicles damaged or destroyed. No SARC personnel were injured.
Non-state armed groups announced on 22 April the launch of new military campaigns along the route connecting Idleb city to Hama.
More than 100,000 people flee fighting in Ramadi
Baghdad hosts 13,251 newly displaced families
Humanitarian agencies step up response efforts
WFP providing Immediate Response Rations to 60,000 people
7433rd Meeting (AM)
United Nations Humanitarian Chief, Citing ‘Atrocity after Atrocity’, Warns Time Running Out
Expressing alarm that the Syrian crisis had become the largest humanitarian emergency in the world, threatening regional stability, the Security Council this morning called for stepped-up, coordinated international support to neighbouring countries hosting refugees from the conflict.
· The conflict in Yemen continues to take a toll on children and families. At least 115 children have been killed between 26 March and 20 April, 2015. These numbers are believed to be conservative, as the total number of children is likely to be higher.
UNHCR distributed medicines and medical supplies to all refugee camps in South Sudan, which will suffice for the next six months.
There were 772 new arrivals at the Bentiu Protection of Civilians (POC) site, mostly women and children from Rubkkona and Mayom counties (Unity State) who said that they were fleeing inter-communal fighting and lacked food.
The government has downgraded on 10 April 2015 the institutional Orange alert to Green alert, marking the end of emergency response actions and focusing more on recovery and prevention actions;
The World Bank (WB) Flood Assessment Aide Memoire indicate that the recovery and reconstruction priorities are estimated at US$ 423 million;
At least 35,000 houses were destroyed partially/completely in the Centre and North region by heavy rains and floods;
Une mission onusienne de haut rang visite les réfugiés et personnes déplacées dans la région de l’Extrême Nord.
Overview and Severity
L’objectif principal est d’évaluer les besoins humanitaire des Personnes Déplacées Internes et retournés dans les villages et site des déplacés suite aux derniers mouvements de la population en Décembre 2014 et Janvier 2015.
Suite aux attaques des éléments des milices ex-Séleka sur la population du village Goffo au mois de Décembre 2014, il y a eu des incendies des maisons sur les axes de passage, c’est ainsi que les populations des axes affectées se sont déplacés vers l’axe Bouca-Batangafo.