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- Joint Statement: Libya launches a national vaccination campaign against Measles, Rubella and Polio [EN/AR]
- First group of refugees evacuated from new departure facility in Libya
- IOM responds to latest humanitarian tragedy off the coast of Libya
- UNHCR appeals for more resettlement, end to detention as Libya evacuations near 2,500
- Libya: Registration Fact Sheet (November 2018)
China takes on the Council presidency in November. It will hold two open debates: on the UN’s role in strengthening multilateralism, and on enhancing African capacities in peace and security. UN Secretary-General António Guterres is expected to brief at both meetings, while AU Commissioner for Peace and Security Smaïl Chergui is a possible briefer for the debate on African capacities.
I. CONTEXTE ET JUSTIFICATION DE LA RÉVISION
Le contexte humanitaire au Tchad a été marqué par la dégradation de certaines situations qui affectent les données initiales de planification et stratégie d’intervention de certains clusters et nécessitent un ajustement des indicateurs et cibles et probablement dans une proportion très limitée des besoins financiers notamment pour les crises nouvelles ou la détérioration des certaines situations. Il s’agit de :
La dégradation de la situation alimentaire et nutritionnelle dans le pays
With conditions improving in some parts of the country, Somali refugees continue to return from countries of asylum. UNHCR statistics indicate that over 121,000 people have voluntarily returned from ten countries of asylum since 2014. The countries include Kenya, Yemen, Djibouti, Libya, Tunisia and Eritrea. As of September 2018, UNHCR has registered 31,991 refugees and asylum seekers in Somalia. Most people seeking asylum in Somalia are from Ethiopia and Yemen.
Tripoli, 29 October 2018 - The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) strongly condemns the deadly attack on al-Foqha, a town in central Libya, in what local authorities say was a brutal act of revenge conducted by ISIL. The Sunday attack resulted in four civilians killed – two of whom were executed in public, and at least nine abducted.
No NGO rescue boats currently in central Mediterranean, agencies warn
WHO in collaboration with the Ministry of Health in Libya, organized two workshops on the “Prevention and Management of Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) in Tripoli and Al-Bayda cities. The week-long trainings are based on national guidelines and are targeting more than 50 general physicians of Primary Health Care (PHC) facilities.
These trainings aim to enhance skills of general physicians in prevention and management of non-communicable diseases thereby playing instrumental role in implementing family medicine practices, complementing primary health care system in the country.
Total funding: € 656 million
577 Joint external evaluation of implementation of the International Health Regulations (2005) in Libya: a bridge to safeguard nationals
580 Update on vaccine-derived polioviruses – worldwide, January 2017–June 2018
577 Évaluation externe conjointe de l’application du Règlement sanitaire international (2005) en Libye: une passerelle pour protéger les ressortissants
580 Le point sur les poliovirus dérivés d’une souche vaccinale dans le monde, janvier 2017-juin 2018
TRIPOLI, 25 October 2018 – The third UNICEF-chartered plane has arrived at Mitiga airport, Tripoli, completing the delivery of a total 4.7 million doses of Measles, Rubella and Polio vaccines, as well as 2.75 million doses of Vitamin ‘A’ supplement, syringes and safety boxes. These supplies will be essential in Libya’s National Vaccination Campaign run in coordination with the World Health Organization [WHO] taking place at the end of November, which aims to protect some 2.75 million children at risk of vaccine preventable diseases.
A large majority of migrants are men (88%).
7% of observed migrants at Flow Monitoring Points are minors.
139,958 migrants (43,190 incoming and 96,768 outgoing) were observed at Flow Monitoring Points, representing an average of 184 migrants per day
The majority of surveyed migrants indicated their intention to travel to Algeria and Libya, while 35% intended to travel to Europe, particularly to Italy and Spain
Algeria, Mauritania, Burkina Faso and Niger are major transit points after Mali
Watch List Updates complement International Crisis Group’s annual Watch List, most recently published in January 2018. These early-warning publications identify major conflict situations in which prompt action, driven or supported by the European Union and its member states, would generate stronger prospects for peace. The Watch List Updates include situations identified in the annual Watch List and/or a new focus of concern.
This update includes entries on:
Libya’s Economic Reforms Fall Short
Investing Diplomatically in Idlib
Par le Centre d’études stratégiques de l’Afrique
19 octobre 2018
Les conflits sont un facteur central de la géographie de l’insécurité alimentaire en Afrique. Plus un conflit se poursuit, plus l'acuité de cette insécurité s'aggrave.
Geneva – IOM, the UN Migration Agency, reports that 94,676 migrants and refugees entered Europe by sea in 2018 through 21 October, with 45,145 to Spain, the leading destination this year. In fact, since late September’s arrivals were reported, Spain in 2018 has now received via the Mediterranean more irregular migrants than it did throughout all the years 2015, 2016 and 2017 combined.
The region’s total arrivals through the recent weekend compare with 146,898 arrivals across the region through the same period last year, and 324,267 at this point in 2016.
WHO in partnership with Ministry of Health of Libya, National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) of Libya and UNICEF inaugurated the first activity of a National Measles and Polio Vaccination campaign. The nation-wide campaign will target 1,965,250 children aged between 6 months and 15 years. Children of Libyans and non-Libyans including those in detentions centers and internally displaced settlements will be targeted equally. In July, 2018 the Libyan Ministry of Health declared an outbreak of measles, since then the virus has been circulating across the districts of the country.
This overview document presents 663 security incidents affecting aid delivery in 12 countries and territories in the MENA region between January 2017 and March 2018. The report is based on incidents identified in open sources and reported by Aid in Danger partner agencies using the Security in Numbers Database (SiND).
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EWARN in humanitarian emergencies
As many as seven countries– Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Syria in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region have established an early warning system for disease outbreaks with a view to early detecting and rapidly investigating any public health event of potential concern. Such a system, in the absence of a routine disease surveillance system, needs continuous monitoring and assessment using a set of performance benchmarks.