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
Most read reports
- Placing IDPs on the Map in Ethiopia and Beyond
- Multi-million-dollar project to construct schools in refugee camps and host communities launched in Ethiopia
- UNHCR Ethiopia Factsheet - November 2018
- Ethiopia: Historic reforms encouraging; country’s displaced must not be forgotten
- 700,000 people flee conflict to seek safety in Somali region of Ethiopia
- Special Envoy of the UN Secretary General
for the Humanitarian Crisis in the Horn of Africa visits Eritrea from 31
March - 2 April 2004.
- The 23rd meeting of the Military Coordination
Commission (MCC) was held on 15 March 2004 in Nairobi.
- Eighty-one Eritrean civilians were repatriated
from Ethiopia on 19 March 2004 under the auspices of ICRC.
- From 11 - 26 March 2004 some 2,704 Eritrean
refugees were repatriated home from Sudan.
- UN Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator to visit Eritrea from 9-10 June 2003.
- According WHO, 52 new cases of measles were reported in Anseba zone.
- Mid-year CAP-2003 review document will be launched on 10 June 2003;
- 8,759 Expellees who have been residing in Shelab Camp have been settled to Gerenfit.
- Joint Eritrea and Ethiopia UN Country Teams meeting held in Asmara from 18- 19 May 2003.
United Nations Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator, Ms.
- The Government of Eritrea formed a committee
to coordinate drought response;
- OCHA organised a donor meeting in Geneva
on 27 January 2003;
- ERREC says due to the delayed arrival
of pledges and very low available stocks, it has not yet been possible
to stretch food aid distribution beyond 600,000 beneficiaries;
ASMARA, 28th August 2002: At a critical moment when the country has been striving to overcome the caseload of a complex humanitarian situation that resulted from the border conflict with Ethiopia and natural calamities over the last four years, Eritrea is faced by another year of severe and extensive spell of drought. This is seriously threatening the survival of people and livestock across the country.
- The Eritrean Relief and Refugee Commission
(ERREC) alerted the international and humanitarian community that Eritrea
is facing exceptionally sever and prolonged drought that is threatening
the survival of people and animals;
- On 12 July 2002 the UN Security Council
has called on Eritrea and Ethiopia to fully cooperate with the border demarcation
process between the two countries;
- UN Under Secretary General for Peacekeeping
Operations Mr. Jean-Marie Guehenno visits Eritrea.
- 7th Tripartite Meeting (UNHCR, COR,
ERREC) held in Geneva. Number of Eritreans repatriated since May 2001 has
passed the 50,000 mark.
- The International Committee of the Red
Cross (ICRC) assisted the repatriation of in 168 civilian Eritreans from
Ethiopia to Eritrea.
- More than 5,000 IDPs relocated from
Korokon to Kotobia and Shambouko.
- The UN Security Council members reiterated
the need for Eritrea and Ethiopia to cooperate closely with Eritrea-Ethiopia
Boundary Commission and UN Mission to Eritrea and Ethiopia;
- The Government of Eritrea and the UN
Country Team in Eritrea launched the United Nations Development Assistance
Framework (UNDAF) document on 15 May 2001 at the Asmara Intercontinental
- The Eritrea-Ethiopia Border Commission
(EEBC) announced its verdict on the delimitation of the border between
the two countries on 13 April 2002.
- The Eritrean and Ethiopian United Nations
Country Teams met together in Ethiopia from 21-22 March 2002 to discuss
humanitarian and development assistance activities to support peace building
and reconciliation efforts;
- Members of the United Nations Security Council met with Diplomatic Corps, UN agencies, Non Governmental Organizations and religious leaders in Eritrea on 24 February 2002 at the Confederation of Eritrean Workers conference room.
- 7,697 IDPs in camps in Debub region
have returned to their home villages in Tsorona sub-zone.
- ICRC has repatriated 524 civilian Ethiopians
from Eritrea to Ethiopia during the month of September 2001.
- UNMEE is facilitating ways to return
43,995 IDPs living in camps to their home villages.
- Information campaign has started in
Port Sudan and other refugee camps in Sudan on 23 September 2001 to restart
repatriation of 41,000 Eritrean refugees until the end of the year.
A two-day Workshop facilitated by UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) was held at Embasoira Hotel on 26-27 July 2001 to pave way for the Consolidated Appeal Process (CAP-2002). IDPs movement and repatriation of Eritrean refugees from Sudan has slowed down. So far around 170,000 IDPs have returned to their home villages and about 69,975 IDPs are staying in the existing and newly established temporary camps until their home areas are safe. Between 12 May and 8 July 2001, 20,907 Eritrean refugees returned home from Sudan with the assistance of UNHCR.
On 8 June 2001, General Humanitarian Co-ordination meeting was held at Selam Hotel where representatives from ERREC, UN agencies, Red Cross movement and NGOs attended. Main development during the month is the continued repatriation of refugees from Sudan and return of IDPs to their home village in the TSZ.
A peace agreement has been signed between Eritrea and Ethiopia bringing to an end the two-year border dispute. Increasingly attention needs to be paid to drought affected areas which are clearly wider than just three administrative zones.
PEACE AGREEMENT SIGNED