- Southern Africa: Drought - Nov 2018
- Southern Africa: Armyworm Infestation - Jan 2017
- Southern Africa: Floods - Jan 2017
- Angola/DR Congo: Yellow Fever Outbreak - Jan 2016
- Southern Africa: Food Insecurity - 2015-2017
- Angola: Drought - 2012-2014
- Angola: Cholera Outbreak - Dec 2011
- Angola: Floods - Dec 2011
- Southern Africa: Floods - Jan 2011
- Angola: Floods - Oct 2010
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- Govt. Angola: Angola: Biometric Registration Update as of 25 March 2019. 29 Mar 2019
- USAID: Angola: Food Assistance Fact Sheet - April 4, 2019. 4 Apr 2019
- Govt. Angola: President approves USD 200 million for drought in Cunene. 3 Apr 2019
Donateur : Belgique (Fonds spécial pour les activités d’urgence et de relèvement)
Contribution : 100 000 USD
Date du projet : 1/12/2017 – 31/05/2018
Régions ciblées : Province de Luanda Norte et les municipalités de Lóvua et Dundo
Objectif : Rétablir les moyens d’existence et améliorer la sécurité alimentaire des réfugiés et des populations locales.
Partenaires : Le Ministère de l’agriculture.
Bénéficiaires : 1 600 ménages, dont 1 300 réfugiés et 300 locaux.
Activités réalisées :
Seasonal rainfall deficits continue to strengthen across the Greater Horn of Africa
Seasonal rainfall deficits since October have resulted in significant dryness across Angola, Namibia, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
Continued below-average rainfall and high temperatures have strengthened moisture deficits in South Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Somalia, and Tanzania.
Extensive U.S. flooding leads to multi-billion-dollar impact in the Missouri & Mississippi River Basins
Cyclone Idai leaves nearly 1,100 people dead & causes a humanitarian crisis in Southern Africa
Windstorm Eberhard poised to become the costliest event of the 2018/19 season in Europe
8.0 billion Anticipated global cost of flooding events in March 2019 in USD
Almost half of the countries in Eastern and Southern Africa region (ESAR) have been affected by cholera outbreaks since the beginning of 2019. More than 8,258 cholera / AWD cases including 29 deaths have been reported in 10 countries in the region, with an average Case Fatality Rate of 0.4%, since the beginning of 2019. These countries include; Angola, Burundi, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Somalia, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Mozambique accounts for 69.5% (5,656) of the total case load reported this year, followed by Kenya at 16.3% (1,350).
■ As of 15 March 2,060 South Sudanese refugees had been relocated to Biringi settlement since February. Most of them had arrived during an influx in the first half of February, while some had also stayed along the border for years and complied with the authorities’ request to move further inland.
■ Due to strong wind, on 9-10 March, 222 refugee shelters were destroyed at Mole camp, Sud Ubangi Province, home to almost 15,000 Central African refugees. There is a need to rehabilitate these structures to avoid promiscuity in the camp.
Ce document fournit une mise à jour intermédiaire sur les principaux évènements ayant lieu entre la publication mensuelle des rapports opérationnels du HCR.
■ A la mi-mars, 2,060 Sud Soudanais ont été relocalisés au site de Biringi. La plupart des réfugiés sont arrivés lors de l’afflux qui a eu lieu début février. Certains étaient présents depuis des années en RDC le long de la frontière et ont décidé de quitter la zone frontalière suite aux appels des autorités congolaises.
88,488 refugee returnees (2014 - 2019)
This figure includes voluntary repatriation from Kenya (83,191) and Assisted Spontaneous returnees from Yemen (3,953) as well as 1,344 returnees from other countries such as Djibouti (783), Libya (373), Sudan (143), Eritrea (34), Pakistan, Gambia, Angola, Cambodia and others. Somali refugees from these or other countries who return spontaneously without assistance from the UNHCR are not included.
83,191 refugee returnees from Kenya (2014 - 2019)
Drought conditions remain in southern Africa as abnormal dryness strengthens across the Greater Horn
Africa Weather Hazards
Seasonal rainfall deficits since October have resulted in significant dryness across Angola, Namibia, Zambia, and Zimbabwe
Below-average rainfall since mid-February combined with high temperatures, have strengthened moisture deficits in Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania.
69 military assets supporting the response
The INGC is coordinating all foreign military assets through bilateral engagements with assisting countries that have been cleared to assist the government of Mozambique. The INGC has appointed a dedicated Officer for the overall coordination of Foreign Military and Civilian Defence Assets (MCDAs) in Beira, the hub for the ongoing relief operations. A Civil-Military coordination structure has been set up in Beira to ensure efficient coordination.
Le présent document est un plan opérationnel dont le but est d’orienter la stratégie de réponse humanitaire à la crise dans la Région du Kasaï , les provinces de Kwilu, Kwango et le territoire de Kapanga dans la province de Lualaba, pour les six prochains mois (janvier – juin 2019).
This submission was prepared for the Universal Periodic Review of Angola in November 2019. It assesses the national human rights framework regarding land and human rights, fundamental freedoms and LGBTI rights.
The Angola Water Sector Institutional Development Project (WSIDP) supported the creation and strengthening of six new water supply utilities that are providing household services to over 800,000 new customers. The utilities financial and operational performance has improved significantly. A new regulator and a new water resources management institution have similarly been created with project support and are carrying out their mandates.
Beira - Angolan humanitarian aid mission in Mozambique has announced it started with the rehabilitation works of Dondo health center damaged by the cyclone Idai that hit that country on March 14.
The works are set to last fifteen days and consist of recovery of the roof, wall painting and refitting the health facility to meet the patients needs.
Approximately 3,385 cholera / AWD cases including 19 deaths have been reported in 10 out of the 21 countries in Eastern and Southern Africa Region (ESAR); with an average Case Fatality Rate of 0.6%, since the beginning of 2019. These countries include; Angola, Burundi, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Somalia, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Kenya accounts for 35.4 % (1,198) of the total case load reported this year, followed by Mozambique at 31% (1,048).
Widespread drought and flooding from Cyclone Idai drive high assistance needs through early 2020
The Ministry of Health and Social Services (MoHSS) in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO) is currently implementing the WHO/AFRO II larviciding demonstration project in six districts in Omusati, Oshikoto, Ohangwena, Kavango East and West regions where malaria is transmitted. The project aims to strengthen national capacity for implementing diversified mosquito control measures to contribute towards malaria elimination.
Starting in August 2016, an outbreak of violence between government forces and members of a local armed group in the Kasaï Region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) forced nearly 36,000 people to seek safety in neighboring Angola’s Lunda Norte Province. As the security situation in Kasaï remains precarious, humanitarian organizations are providing food and protection assistance.