Appeals & Response Plans
- Tropical Cyclone Sagar - May 2018
- Ethiopia: Floods and Landslides - Apr 2018
- Ethiopia: Floods - Aug 2017
- Ethiopia: Measles Outbreak - May 2017
- East Africa: Armyworm Infestation - Mar 2017
- Ethiopia: Acute Watery Diarrhoea (AWD) Outbreak - May 2016
- Ethiopia: Floods - Apr 2016
- Ethiopia: Floods - Oct 2015
- Ethiopia: Drought - 2015-2018
- Ethiopia: Floods - Oct 2014
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All info-graphics and numbers are based on the WASH Cluster's 4W monthly reporting tool
Information presented in this dashboard reflects only data from partners that shared information with the WASH Cluster and does not necessarily offer a complete representation of the situation.
Number of beneficiaries considers completed and ongoing activities including water trucking during 2018.
The term "organization" encompasses governmental bodies, NGOs and UN agencies.
Following the EHCT decision not to invest in permanent water infrastructure in Qoloji IDP sites, the water trucking requirements could increase if Government camp closure plans are delayed. Given that water trucking requested usually peak in March-April, and given current water requirements, continued access to safe water until June for nearly 1.7 million conflict induced IDPS, host communities and severely drought affected people will require some $12.6 million. A full pipeline break in household water treatment chemicals, soap and other WASH items will start in May.
In order to support management of the humanitarian response in Ethiopia, sectors have identified a set of response and contextual indicators. The monthly data provided against those indicators by the sectors has been visualized in the following infographics. These visuals will help understand how the drought response is progressing and identify where issues are developing so that proactive measures can be taken.
In order to support management of the humanitarian response in Ethiopia, sectors have identified a set of response and contextual indicators. The monthly data provided against those indicators by the sectors has been visualized in the following infographics.
These visuals will help understand how the drought response is progressing and identify where issues are developing so that proactive measures can be taken.
KENYA, SOMALIA, ETHIOPIA, SOUTH SUDAN, UGANDA REGIONAL WASH GROUP FEBRUARY 2017
The evolving negative impact of IOD has resulted into below-average rainfall and drought situation in Ethiopia. There is significant gaps in drinking water supply to households in the six most affected regions. Water scarcity in lowland areas of Oromia, part of SNNP, Somali and Afar region is critical. Approximately 3.9 million people needs immediate water supply in 195 woredas of the 4 regions.
Currently more than 2.6 million people have been reached through water trucking since January 2017. A maximum of 437 trucks were deployed during the peak period in the third week of April while the need was standing at 762 trucks. As a result of recently improved rains in most of the drought affected areas, the demand for water tucking support has temporarily diminished by at least 40%. However, about 2.7 million people living in 195 woredas mainly in Oromia and Somali regions will need emergency water supply, using water trucking, for a maximum of twenty weeks until the end of 2017.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE :
Summary of WASH Cluster achievement in 2016
WaSH priority map 2017
Real Time Monitoring by IRC
Water Supply cost analysis
Child Protection Sub-Cluster
MoWIE: Disaster Risk Management Strategy
Int’l Medical Corps
WaSH Cluster Contact list
ADDRESSING DROUGHT IMPACTS IN LINE WITH HRD 2017
The 2016 El Nino drought affected 10 million people.