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The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa (ROMENA) supports disaster response and preparedness activities in 20 countries by working closely with Humanitarian Coordinator’s (HC)/Resident Coordinator’s (RC) offices, OCHA Country Offices and Humanitarian Advisory Teams (HATs).
L’épidémie reste active dans 9 districts sanitaires pendant les deux dernières semaines (S44-S45).
2.158 cas cumulés ont été recensés du 1 er août au 13 novembre 2017 - 258 confirmés (12%), 692 probables (32%) et 1.208 suspects (56%) - dont 76% de forme pulmonaire.
174 personnes décédées dont environ 60% sont de décès au niveau communautaire.
1.180 malades sont guéris depuis le début de cette épidémie, 28 autres sont encore sous traitement dans les hôpitaux au 06/11/2017.
This report is published under the coordination of the National Office for Risk and Disaster Management (BNGRC), with input from all relevant Ministries and the Humanitarian Country Team, which includes the United Nations System in Madagascar. It covers the period until 31 October 2017.
The epidemic remains active in 12 districts.
1,836 cases have been identified (253 confirmed, 693 probable and 890 suspected), 61 per cent of which were pneumonic.
1 Strategic Response Plans in the MENA region received US$ 2.1 billion. The largest recipient was Syria, with US$ 1.08 billion, followed by Iraq with US$ 851.6 million. In total, the appeals and SRPs are 32.9% funded with a 67.1% shortfall.
2 The Syrian Humanitarian Response Plan (SHARP) and the Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (3RP) jointly requested US$ 6.79 billion. The total amount received is US$ 1.18 billion (17.3%), which leaves a total shortfall of US$ 5.62 billion (82.7%).
After an intense training in life-like disaster conditions, the team members are ready to search through rubble with one goal: save as many lives as possible.
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Strategic Response Plans in the MENA region received US$ 1.74 billion, the largest recipient was Syria, with US$ 692 million, followed by Palestine with US$ 271 million. In total, the appeals and SRPs are 40.1% funded with a 59.9% shortfall. Iraq SRP was over funded by 81.2%.
The Syrian Humanitarian Response Plan (SHARP) and the Regional Response Plan for Syrian Refugees (RRP) jointly requested US$ 6.02 billion. The total amount received is US$ 2.41 billion (40%), which leaves a total shortfall of US$ 3.61 billion (60%).
Strategic Response Plans in the MENA region received US$ 1.216 billion, the largest recipient was Syria, with US$ 593 million, followed by Afghanistan with US$ 241 million. In total, the appeals and SRPs are 30.6% funded with a 69.4% shortfall.
The Syrian Humanitarian Response Plan (SHARP) and the Regional Response Plan for Syrian Refugees (RRP) jointly requested US$ 6.5 billion. The total amount received is US$ 1.9 billion (30%), which leaves a total shortfall of US$ 4.6 billion (70%).
• Heavy rains and flooding in Sudan since early August have affected over half a million people in 16 States (plus Abyei), according to the Government.
• Khartoum State is the hardest hit State, with an estimated 36,000 houses either totally destroyed or damaged by the floods.
• Tens of thousands of people of South Sudanese origin in open air departure points in Khartoum have been particularly badly affected by the floods.
· The worst place to give birth (IRIN, 09/05/13)
· Displaced still homeless after clashes in Baga, Nigeria (IRIN, 07/05/13)
· Renewed tribal clashes in South Darfur leave 36 dead (Radio Dabanga, 06/05/13)
· Le Maroc dépêche une aide humanitaire au Tchad (Maroc, 03/05/13)
· Journée internationale de la Croix Rouge et du Croissant Rouge : 200 volontaires de la CRT donnent leur sang (Le Progrés, 03/05/13)
I. HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES
- The Emergency Relief Coordinator launched a US$160 million Regional Flash Appeal for the Libyan Crisis on 7 March in Geneva.
- The United Nations joint assessment mission returned from eastern Libya. It said that humanitarian agencies need to be prepared in case the situation deteriorates or continues for a longer period of time.
- According to IOM, some 15 per cent of Libya's foreign population has now left the country.
in this issue
P.2 Morocco Red Crescent responds to Flash Floods
P.2 WFP extends Emergency Response to Syria Drought
P.2 Afghanistan: Bleak Outlook for Food Security in 2011
P.3 Numbers that mattered in 2010