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10 May 2018 description

The National Meteorology Agency forecast continued risk of localized flooding

10 Apr 2018 description

In this issue

Food-cash response plan for 2018 P.1

Inter-agency mission to Moyale P.2

March to May Meteorological outlook P. 3

FAO to support Gov’t on IPC classification P. 4

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Government and partners outline a plan that integrates cash and food response to reach some 7.88 million relief beneficiaries and 7.97 PSNP clients in 2018.

27 Mar 2018 description

HIGHLIGHTS

• The Government of Ethiopia and the UN presented the 2018 humanitarian and disaster resilience plan (HDRP) to member states.

• The HDRP seeks at least $1.6 billion to provide emergency and long-term assistance for 7.88 million people affected by drought, floods and conflict.

Gov’t and UN brief Member States on Ethiopia humanitarian situation

16 Oct 2017 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • A “National Integrated Food-Cash Relief Plan” was released on 5 October in an effort to streamline the ongoing humanitarian response in line with the new approach to food/cash relief assistance.

  • The Government and partners are developing an ‘HRD Status Update’, highlighting all outstanding 2017 HRD MYR requirements against revised sector requirements to address new needs since August.

24 Feb 2017 description

Executive Summary

This report has been developed collectively with humanitarian partners in the region to inform preparedness and advocacy efforts to mitigate and manage humanitarian risk in the Horn of Africa and Great Lakes region*. It presents a three-month trend analysis from October to December 2016 and a humanitarian outlook from January to March 2017. It is the sixth report in the series and updates the previous scenario report which was published in October 2016.

Regional Trends: October-December 2016

20 Feb 2017 description

Highlights

· The drought in the Horn of Africa is generating a humanitarian crisis of alarming proportions. The number of people in crisis and emergency food insecurity levels Integrated Phase Classification (IPC) 3 or above in Somalia (2.9 million), Ethiopia (5.6 million) and Kenya (2.6 million) now stands at over 11 million people.

· Global acute malnutrition (GAM) levels among children aged 6-59 months, pregnant women and nursing mothers remain a serious concern, with levels of over 25 percent GAM being reported in some parts of Somalia and Kenya.

27 Dec 2016 description

Key Issues

  • The WASH Cluster targeting 9.2 million people for Emergency WaSH interventions in 2017

  • Cluster gave logistics capacity building trainings to over 600 staff since March 2016

  • Ethiopia and Kenya discuss sustainable cross border peace and economic transformation

20 Dec 2016 description

With continued drought, Horn of Africa braces for another hunger season

Agricultural support critical now to protect livestock, equip families to plant in rainy season

19 Dec 2016 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Large scale failure of the rains during October and November 2016 led to severe drought conditions across Somalia, northern and eastern Kenya and southeast Ethiopia, resulting in extensive growing season failures and record low vegetation.

08 Jul 2014 description

Highlights

 South Sudan: IOM moves 320 Metric tons of shelter and NFI stock through the Common Transport Service (CTS) trucks, during the reporting period

 Uganda: 118,423 South Sudanese refugees have entered the country since the onset of the crisis.

 Kenya: Security scare at Nadapal border point as refugees get caught up in a gunfire fight between Kenyan and South Sudanese security forces.

 Ethiopia is now the largest receiving country of South Sudanese refugees, after surpassing the 150,000 mark.

18 Jun 2014 description

East of Africa Overview

  • Food security: As of May 2014, nearly 17 million people are in Stressed, Crisis, and Emergency (IPC Phases 2, 3, and 4) acute food insecurity conditions in East Africa. Populations in the higher phases can be found in South Sudan, Sudan, eastern Ethiopia, Djibouti, southern Somalia, and northern Kenya (FEWSNET, 06/2014).

23 May 2014 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • "We are losing time. Farmers should be planting their crops right now," the Under-Secretary-General and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Ms. Valerie Amos, told a donors' conference that took place in Oslo on 19-20 May. "If they don't, and if livestock herders are not able to migrate to grazing areas, people will run out of food."

05 May 2014 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The United Nations Secretary-General, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, asked the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Ms. Navanethem Pillay, and the Special Advisor on the Prevention of Genocide, Mr. Adama Dieng, to visit South Sudan this week to follow up on the recent brutal attacks against civilians in the northern town of Bentiu where people were killed even in places of worship and hospitals and within a United Nations base in Bor.

23 Apr 2014 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • SOUTH SUDAN: The Opposition fighters are mobilizing for a campaign to capture the oil fields in Paloch that are still pumping – the last major source of revenue for the Government. A battle for Paloch would thrust South Sudan into still more chaos.

14 Apr 2014 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • SOUTH SUDAN: The crisis has led to a severe deterioration in the food security situation and around 3.7 million people are now at high risk of food insecurity.
    UNHCR and partners are very concerned about the food and nutrition situation, especially for the over 126,000 Sudanese refugees living in Maban, Upper Nile State.

09 Apr 2014 description

Highlights

  • 88,584 South Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia (as of 03 April)

  • 31,240 South Sudanese refugees in Kenya (as of 03 April)

  • 61,889 South Sudanese refugees in Sudan (as of 03 April)

  • 93,980 South Sudanese refugees in Uganda (as of 03 April)

  • 803,200 IDPs since 15 December 2013 (as of 03 April)

02 Apr 2014 description

Highlights

  • The influx of new arrivals from South Sudan into neighbouring countries continues. Since mid-December, over 250,000 South Sudanese have crossed the border into Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Sudan.

  • Alarming levels of malnutrition require sus-tained and strengthened nutritional support in addition to regular food assistance at border crossings, reception centres and camps.

  • WFP requires USD 62 million for the next six months to meet the needs of all refugees in Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Sudan.

20 Mar 2014 description

Highlights

  • UNHCR together with partners are taking emergency measures to address declining nutritional status of refuges that are arriving in the countries of asylum already in poor nutritional status due to the food deficit in South Sudan.

  • Sudan continues to receive South Sudanese at the rate of approximately 350 per day, with arrivals entering White Nile State from Upper Nile State of South Sudan on a daily basis. There are also reports of further influx to South Kordofan state fleeing Unity State in South Sudan.