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08 Nov 2012 description

PREFACE: This report provides an overview of apparent landslides resulting from Tropical Storm Sandy in Sud-Est department of Haiti. WorldView-2 satellite imagery acquired on the 01st November 2012 and pre-crisis GeoEye-1 satellite imagery acquired on 20th March 2011 have been used for this report. Tropical storm Sandy passed across Haiti on 23rd October 2012. Heavy rains (See Figure 1) caused flash floods, landslides and damages to infrastructure.

25 Sep 2012 description
report Direct Relief

Written by Andrew MacCalla, Emergency Response Manager on September 24, 2012

Last month, the day after Tropical Storm Isaac swept through earthquake-ravaged Haiti, staff from St. Damien’s Children’s Hospital in Haiti deployed its Direct Relief Hurricane Preparedness Module into one of the poorest and most vulnerable areas of Haiti—the slum known as Cite-Soleil.

09 Jul 2012 description

DAKAR, 9 juillet 2012 (IRIN) - L’Évaluation conjointe de l’aide d’urgence au Rwanda (Joint Evaluation of Emergency Assistance to Rwanda - JEEAR), une évaluation de la réponse humanitaire des gouvernements et des organisations d’aide humanitaire au génocide de 1994 réalisée en 1996, a souligné, entre autres problèmes, la mauvaise coordination, la faible redevabilité (« accountability » en anglais) envers les survivants du génocide et la distribution d’aide aux auteurs des violences.

04 Jul 2012 description
BCPR Annual Report 2011
Annex to BCPR 2011 Annual Report: Multi-Year Results Framework

Summary

Disasters, violent conflict, and economic and climate-related turbulence continue to claim lives, destroy economies and livelihoods, and undermine development progress for millions of people. Crisis prevention, recovery and reducing the vulnerability of countries to catastrophe are cornerstones of UNDP’s work. As part of UNDP, the Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery (BCPR) was established to support innovative approaches to crisis prevention, early warning and conflict resolution, as well as to help bridge the gap between emergency relief and long-term development.

14 Jun 2012 description

Ottawa―The results of Canada's commitments to developing countries are now easier to access after Canada's Minister of International Cooperation, the Honourable Beverley J. Oda, released the Development for Results 2010-2011 report today.

13 Jun 2012 description

L’insécurité alimentaire s’aggrave en Syrie et au Yémen, dans un climat de troubles civils

13 juin 2012, Rome - D'après le bulletin trimestriel de la FAO sur la production agricole et la sécurité alimentaire, les perspectives sont globalement bonnes pour la production céréalière mondiale, mais plusieurs régions devraient faire face aux conséquences des pluies insuffisantes, du climat rigoureux, des conflits armés et des déplacements de populations.

16 May 2012 description
report Save the Children

One Little Life at a Time: Emergency Response in the Horn of Africa

In 2011, people in the Horn of Africa asked only one question: When will the rains return?

After two years of drought, 13 million people (half of them children) are still hungry and at risk of malnutrition—or worse. Families now depend on humanitarian aid to survive, many sheltered in the camps on the borders of Ethiopia and Kenya.

04 May 2012 description

Highlights from rural development projects funded by the Inter-American Development Bank in Haiti

Agriculture remains a key sector for Haiti, as half of its population lives in rural areas. Together with other donors, the IDB supports the Haitian government’s national agricultural plan, which seeks to address the sector’s structural problems. The IDB’s sector knowledge and experience from before the earthquake define its comparative strength and to make the sector a continued priority over the next four years.

24 Apr 2012 description
report ACTED

CONTENTS

FOCUS South Sudan: A new crisis country

ACT

12 Mar 2012 description
report Internews Network

News spreads quickly around the world in the immediate aftermath of a crisis. Details, videos, and testimonials circulate on the web and via media outlets within seconds of a natural disaster or the outbreak of violence.

But for people in the midst of the crisis, getting information is usually much harder. Power goes down. Mobile networks fail. Local journalists can be victims and even become targets themselves, unable to report out. And survivors are often left to rebuild their lives with no effective means to communicate with those providing aid.

03 Feb 2012 description

frican nations pledged five months ago to do more to help each other when famine and disaster strike. But so far, they haven't come up with the promised cash.

By Mike Pflanz, Correspondent / February 1, 2012

NAIROBI, KENYA

Five months ago, in a grand auditorium and beneath a cinema-sized screen scrolling images of starving children, Africa’s leaders gathered to promise an end to a growing food crisis.

Read the story on the Christian Science Monitor

02 Feb 2012 description

PANORAMA GENERAL

Cifras preliminares para 2011 muestran una disminución en la ocurrencia de desastres naturales y su impacto en América, en comparación a la última década, sin embargo, América sufrió graves desastres en 2011.

01 Feb 2012 description

Early start to the lean season expected in localized areas of Central America;
Food security mostly stable in Haiti following harvests

Key messages

31 Jan 2012 description
report UN Children's Fund

GENÈVE, 27 janvier 2012 - L'UNICEF a demandé aujourd'hui 1,28 milliard de dollars É.-U. pour financer en 2012 ses opérations humanitaires destinées à aider les enfants dans plus de 25 pays. La liste des pays comprend de nombreuses situations d'urgence qui durent depuis longtemps et qu'on a surnommées les « urgences silencieuses » mais la crise en Somalie et dans d'autres pays de la Corne de l'Afrique représente près d'un tiers du montant total sollicité.

27 Jan 2012 description
report UN Children's Fund

GENEVA, 27 January 2012 – UNICEF [appealed](http://(/node/473150) today for US$1.28 billion to fund its humanitarian operations in 2012, assisting children in more than 25 countries globally. The list of countries includes many long standing or so-called “silent” emergencies, but the crisis in Somalia and in other countries in the Horn of Africa accounts for nearly one-third of the total amount.