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25 Nov 2017 description
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Highlights

· The Minister of Education informed they already received the required budget (USD1.5 billion) to repair or reconstruct approximately 16,000 schools. (Source: SEP. 16 Nov)

11 Nov 2017 description
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Highlights

  • Reports from the Office of the President show an updated number of 184,000 households, 175 health facilities and 16,000 schools damaged by the 7 and 19 September earthquakes. Reconstruction has started in 4,000 schools, which means that 75% of severely damaged schools are yet to start demolition and rebuilding. More than 73,000 families in Chiapas and Oaxaca have received support for house reconstruction. (Source: Presidency. 7 November)

20 Oct 2017 description
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I. A MONTH IN REVIEW WHAT HAS HAPPENED?

On 7 and 19 September, 2017 Mexico was struck by two earthquakes of 8.2 and 7.1 magnitude on the Richter scale, respectively. The five main affected states were: Oaxaca, Chiapas, Mexico City, Puebla and Morelos. An estimated 7 million children live in these 5 states.

14 Oct 2017 description
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Highlights

  • The Ministry of Finance has confirmed the activation of the $150M Catastrophic Bonus by the World Bank, which will be transferred to the National Disaster Fund (FONDEN), for health, education and roads infrastructure/reconstruction purposes. The fund is approved following verifications conducted by the US Geological Survey. (Source: SHCP, 10 Oct)

07 Oct 2017 description
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Highlights

  • Search and rescue activities are now concluded. Government efforts are focused on reconstruction and continued response to the affected populations.

  • Final data reports 369 deaths, including 10 foreigners. Out of 228 deaths in Mexico City, 29 were children. (Source: Protección Civil. Oct.4)

  • 4 million students from 10 affected states will be temporary relocated in other schools. (Source: SEP).

03 Oct 2017 description

Este reporte es elaborado por el Sistema de Naciones Unidas en México, en colaboración con socios humanitarios con presencia en el país; los datos utilizados corresponden al Reporte Preliminar EDAN de Protección Civil del 02.10.2017, Hrs. 14:00. Este Reporte cubre el periodo del 26 de septiembre al 03 de octubre del 2017.

DESTACADOS

• Movilización de recursos y trabajo conjunto de los actores humanitarios, incluyendo acciones en los sectores de recuperación temprana y de protección.

02 Oct 2017 description

¿Que son los Equipos USAR?

USAR (Búsqueda y Rescate Urbano, por sus siglas en inglés) involucra la localización, extracción y estabilización inicial de personas atrapadas en un espacio confnado o debajo de escombros como resultado de un colapso estructural repentino de gran escala como un sismo.

La meta de las operaciones de búsqueda y rescate es rescatar el mayor número de víctimas atrapadas en el menor tiempo posible, al tiempo que se minimiza el riesgo a los rescatistas.

¿Cómo apoya el INSARAG?

02 Oct 2017 description

What are the USAR teams?

USAR (Urban search and rescue) involves the location, extrication, and initial stabilisation of people trapped in a confined space or under debris due to a sudden-onset large-scale structural collapse such as an earthquake.

The goal of search and rescue operations is to rescue the greatest number of trapped people in the shortest amount of time, while minimising the risk to rescuers.

How does INSARAG support?

30 Sep 2017 description
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Highlights

  • Government efforts are focusing on reconstruction and continued response to the affected populations. Oaxaca and Chiapas have finalized survey of damages and losses. People in these states will receive electronic cash for house reconstruction or purchase of construction materials.(Source: Presidencia de la República.27.09)

  • The two earthquakes have resulted in 12,931 schools damaged in 9 states, of which 600 are severely damaged. (Source: SEP. 27.09)

28 Sep 2017 description

This report has been created by the United Nations System, in collaboration with humanitarian partners present in country and based on the information available. This report covers the period of the 22nd to the 26th of September 2017.

Overview

  • Since the earthquake on 19th September, 15 search and rescue teams have been active; 5 national and 10 international.

27 Sep 2017 description

Destacados

● Desde el día del sismo se activaron 15 equipos de Búsqueda y Rescate cinco nacionales y diez internacionales.

● Si bien continúan las operaciones, se ha comenzado el proceso de desmovilización. A la fecha mantienen operaciones los equipos de Costa Rica, Estados Unidos, Colombia, Israel y España y se han desmovilizado los equipos de Panamá, Ecuador, Japón, Honduras y El Salvador.

26 Sep 2017 description
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Highlights

  • To date, both earthquakes have resulted to 407 casualties, 190,000 buildings and 10,000 schools damaged in 8 states. (Source: Reforma.24.09 and El Financiero 25.09)

  • The Ministry of Education has announced an 8 step plan for a gradual return to school. All public schools need to be officially certified for safety conditions in the buildings to reopen.

  • The Ministry of Education has announced UNICEF’s support in schools to help students deal with their fear or trauma. (El Financiero 25.09)

24 Sep 2017 description
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Highlights

  • As of 22 September, total number of deaths is 302 in Mexico City (142), Morelos (97), Puebla (43), State of Mexico (13) and Guerrero (6). (Source: Animal Politico)

  • 2,247 schools affected in: Mexico City (240), Puebla (934), Tlaxcala (260), State of Mexico (600), Morelos (48), Guerrero (93) and Hidalgo (72). 5,092 schools affected by 7 and 19 September earthquakes. (Source: SEP).

  • Classes are suspended in Mexico City, Puebla and Morelos until 25 September

23 Sep 2017 description

Este boletín se publica sólo para información; refleja la situación actual y los detalles disponibles en este momento.

Situación

23 Sep 2017 description

This bulletin is issued for information purposes only; it reflects the current situation and the available information at the moment.

Situation

23 Sep 2017 description

Este reporte es elaborado por la Oficina del Coordinador Residente en México y compilado por OCHA en base a la información disponible. Cubre el periodo del 19 al 21 de septiembre del 2017.

Resumen

  • El 19 de septiembre a las 13:14 hrs. se registró sismo con magnitud de 7.1 grados Richter con epicentro a 12 km al Sureste de Axochiapan (Estado de Morelos) en los límites de Puebla y Guerrero.

  • Hasta el día de hoy a las 5:30 hrs., se han registrado 34 réplicas (la de mayor intensidad 4.0 grados Richter).

21 Sep 2017 description
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Manuel Rueda

Mexico City awoke to a strange mix of calm and chaos on Wednesday, following a powerful earthquake that has killed at least 225 people.

Read more on IRIN.

20 Sep 2017 description
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Highlights

• On 19 September 2017, at 13:14 hours, an earthquake of 7.1 magnitude on the Richter scale struck Central Mexico, with its epicenter in Axiochapan, Morelos.

• As of 5:15 am, 20 September, 216 deaths were reported.

• The highest number of deaths were in Mexico City (117), and Morelos, followed by Puebla.

• 212 schools were affected in Mexico City and 217 schools affected in Puebla. (Source: Televisa).