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03 Aug 2009 description

General Context

Pandemic H1N1: The pandemic is flaring up in our Region. Fourteen (14) countries are now affected with a total of 589 confirmed cases without death reported as of 31st of July 2009. The Regional Office for Africa is organizing an African Conference on Pandemic A (H1N1) in South Africa 11-13 August 2009 to reflect mainly on the impacts of the pandemic.

03 Aug 2009 description

Contexte général

Pandémie H1N1: la pandémie en en voie d'explosion dans notre Région. Quatorze (14) pays sont actuellement touchés avec un total de 589 cas sans décès au 31 juillet 2009. Le Bureau Régional pour l'Afrique organise une Conférence Africaine sur la Pandémie A (H1N1) en Afrique du Sud du 11-13 août 2009 pour réfléchir principalement sur les impacts de la pandémie.

27 Jul 2009 description

Contexte géneral

Pandémie H1N1: la pandémie continue de se propager dans notre Région. Le nombre de pays touchés est resté identique mais au 24 juillet 2009, un total de 185 cas sans décès avait été notifié dans 12 pays. AFRO maintient son appel aux états membres pour qu'ils intensifient la surveillance. Inondations: Nous avons commencé le suivi des inondations dans les pays de l'Afrique de l'Ouest car la saison des pluies continue. D'autres épidémies notamment de méningite dans la ceinture méningitique continuent.

27 Jul 2009 description

General Context

Pandemic H1N1: The pandemic is still spreading in our Region. The number of countries affected has not changed but as of 24th of July 2009, a total of 185 confirmed cases without death were reported from 12 countries. AFRO maintains its call to the member states to intensify surveillance. Floods: We continue to monitor the floods in West Africa countries as the rainy season continues.

20 Jul 2009 description

General Context

Pandemic H1N1: WHO is very concerned by the rapid spread of the pandemic which has now claimed more than 700 lives worldwide. In our Region, no death has been reported so far but the number of confirmed cases and countries affected is rapidly increasing. As of 21st of July 2009, a total of 174 confirmed cases were reported from 12 countries. AFRO maintains its call to the member states to intensify surveillance.

Floods: We continue to monitor the floods in West Africa countries as we enter the rainy season.

29 Jun 2009 description

General Context

The number of confirmed cases of the pandemic Influenza A H1N1 is rapidly increasing in our Region. Since June 18th where the first case was confirmed, we have now 21 confirmed cases in 7 countries. AFRO is calling the member states to keep vigilance on surveillance and to continue updating their response plans. The Cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe is under control.

22 Jun 2009 description

General Context

The Pandemic Inf A H1N1phase has been raised to 6 by WHO on the 11th of June 2009. Since June 18th 2009, a total of ten cases have been confirmed in five countries of African Region (Algeria, Cape Verde, Côte d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, South Africa). Effort to strengthen surveillance is ongoing. The Cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe is under control with areas of increased cases being investigated.

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Acute crises

CAR: The growing violence in the Central African Republic is the concern of the UN and African Union (AU) .

18 Jul 2003 description

Data Source: Food and Agriculture Organisation

04 Mar 2003 description
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General Situation during February 2003
Forecast until mid-April 2003

The Desert Locust situation remained calm during February. Small-scale breeding occurred near the Red Sea coast in Sudan. There were also unconfirmed reports of adults and hoppers in northern Mali. Breeding conditions were generally dry throughout the recession area because of poor rainfall. In South-West Asia, unprecedented rains occurred in southern Pakistan, including Baluchistan where small-scale breeding is expected during the forecast period.