Appeals & Response Plans
- Egypt: Floods - Oct 2016
- Syria/Iraq: Polio Outbreak - Oct 2013
- Egypt: Floods - Jan 2010
- Influenza A (H1N1) Pandemic - Apr 2009
- Egypt: Landslide - Sep 2008
- Locusts - Aug 2004
- Egypt: Floods - Nov 1994
- Sudan/Egypt: Earthquakes - Aug 1993
- Egypt: Earthquake - Oct 1992
- Egypt: Floods Due To Canal Collapse - Dec 1991
Maps & Infographics
Most read reports
- WFP Egypt Country Brief, October 2018
- Egypt: Repeal draconian NGO law following President’s calls for review
- ACLED Regional Overview – Africa (16 October 2018)
- ACLED Regional Overview – Africa (6 November 2018)
- Immigration Detention in Egypt: Military Tribunals, Human Rights Abuses, Abysmal Conditions, and EU Partner
Situation Générale en février 2014
Prévision jusqu'à’mi-avril 2014
Situation Générale en janvier 2014
Prévision jusqu'à’mi-mars 2014
La situation relative au Criquet pèlerin est restée préoccupante en janvier le long des deux rives de la mer Rouge où la reproduction continuait en Érythrée, au Yémen, en Arabie saoudite et, dans une moindre mesure, au Soudan, entraînant la formation de bandes larvaires et d’essaims.
This month’s Conflict Trends report is the latest in series of ACLED reports which provide an overview and analysis of real-time conflict in Africa.
February witnessed the run-up to the muchanticipated elections in Kenya, for which ACLED produced detailed, real-time and daily coverage and analysis at kenya.acleddata.com. This month’s report provides an overview of this content. At the time of writing, election results had not yet been announced, and the outcome - for Kenya and its political future - was far from certain.
This document provides an overview of developments in the Mediterranean Basin and other regions of interest from 19 February – 04 March 2013, with hyperlinks to source material highlighted and under-lined in the text. For more information on the topics below or other issues pertaining to the region, please contact the members of the Med Basin Team, or visit our website at www.cimicweb.org.
Inside this Issue
In Focus 1
North Africa 2
Northeast Africa 4
Horn of Africa 5
The Egyptian Embassy in Djibouti presented Egyptian assistance to the Djibouti Government of 120 tons of corn flour and 3500 canned food boxes and 20 greenhouses to help Djibouti face the impacts of the 2011 severe drought that hit the country.
Egypt had sent medical assistance to Djibouti including 500 parcels of different medicines weighed five and a half tons in December 2011.
Within the framework of the Egyptian government's support to the African brotherly countries, the Egyptian Fund for Technical Cooperation with Africa, affiliate to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs presented greenhouses as food and logistic assistance to Djibouti.
Somalia is the country generating the highest number of refugees in the world, after Afghanistan and Iraq. As of the end of May 2011 there were 750,572 Somali refugees, mainly hosted in Kenya, Yemen, Egypt, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Tanzania and Uganda and almost 1.5 million Somalis internally displaced within the country, settled mainly in the South-Central region.
Somalia is the country generating the highest number of refugees in the world, after Afghanistan and Iraq. As of the end of April 2011 there were 732,107 Somali refugees, mainly hosted in Kenya, Yemen, Egypt, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Tanzania and Uganda and almost 1.5 million Somalis internally displaced within the country, settled mainly in the South-Central region.
UNHCR Operational Highlights
- Somalia is the country generating the highest number of refugees in the world, after Afghanistan and Iraq
- Somali people are facing one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world today.
Somalia is the country generating the highest number of refugees in the world, after Afghanistan and Iraq.
- Wheat prices in international markets
continued to rise through the end of 2010 and into 2011,
presumably raising the cost of imported wheat in the Middle East and North Africa.
- In the region, general inflation has been high in the past decade and some governments responded to the
recent hike in international food prices through lowering food import tariffs and increasing food subsidies.
- The most vulnerable countries appear to be Iran, Pakistan, Egypt, and Sudan. Other vulnerable countries
could be Djibouti, Yemen, Iraq, Jordan, Mauritania, and Syria.
- There is significant danger of focusing
only on agriculture rather than a more integrated rural development that
enables people to secure good productive jobs in agriculture as well as
in other sectors.
- The key to developing a vibrant agriculture sector will be making investments that help people do things other than agriculture.
Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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for Central and Eastern Africa
Tel: +254 2 622147
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NAIROBI, 16 October (IRIN)- Interim president Abdiqasim Salad Hasan arrived in Somalia's devastated capital on Saturday to an ecstatic public welcome and huge show of force. But his "hero's welcome", as reported by the local and international press, is chiefly symbolic of high expectations by a people desperate for real leadership after a decade without a central government.
SOMALIA: Faction leaders condemn new interim authority