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31 Dec 2015 description

This series of maps shows the concentration of people in areas which appear to have been affected in some way by the 2015 Floods (July-September). The MlMU Countrywide Listing of Possible Flood-affected Villages (September 22, 2015) indicates that:

•7,104 villages from 3,571 Village Tracts were possibly affected

•The overall population of these village tracts which were possibly affected is 9.5 million people.

•The actual extent of the flood impact is still being determined.

The MlMU Listing is drawn from :

31 Dec 2015 description

This series of maps shows the concentration of people in areas which appear to have been affected in some way by the 2015 Floods (July-September). The MlMU Countrywide Listing of Possible Flood-affected Villages (September 22, 2015) indicates that:

•7,104 villages from 3,571 Village Tracts were possibly affected

•The overall population of these village tracts which were possibly affected is 9.5 million people.

•The actual extent of the flood impact is still being determined.

The MlMU Listing is drawn from :

31 Dec 2015 description

This series of maps shows the concentration of people in areas which appear to have been affected in some way by the 2015 Floods (July-September). The MlMU Countrywide Listing of Possible Flood-affected Villages (September 22, 2015) indicates that:

•7,104 villages from 3,571 Village Tracts were possibly affected

•The overall population of these village tracts which were possibly affected is 9.5 million people.

•The actual extent of the flood impact is still being determined.

The MlMU Listing is drawn from :

31 Dec 2015 description

This series of maps shows the concentration of people in areas which appear to have been affected in some way by the 2015 Floods (July-September). The MlMU Countrywide Listing of Possible Flood-affected Villages (September 22, 2015) indicates that:

•7,104 villages from 3,571 Village Tracts were possibly affected

•The overall population of these village tracts which were possibly affected is 9.5 million people.

•The actual extent of the flood impact is still being determined.

The MlMU Listing is drawn from :

31 Dec 2015 description

This series of maps shows the concentration of people in areas which appear to have been affected in some way by the 2015 Floods (July-September). The MlMU Countrywide Listing of Possible Flood-affected Villages (September 22, 2015) indicates that:

•7,104 villages from 3,571 Village Tracts were possibly affected

•The overall population of these village tracts which were possibly affected is 9.5 million people.

•The actual extent of the flood impact is still being determined.

The MlMU Listing is drawn from :

31 Dec 2015 description

This series of maps shows the concentration of people in areas which appear to have been affected in some way by the 2015 Floods (July-September). The MlMU Countrywide Listing of Possible Flood-affected Villages (September 22, 2015) indicates that:

•7,104 villages from 3,571 Village Tracts were possibly affected

•The overall population of these village tracts which were possibly affected is 9.5 million people.

•The actual extent of the flood impact is still being determined.

The MlMU Listing is drawn from :

31 Dec 2015 description

As of 30 December, the funding gap of the 2015 UN-coordinated inter-agency appeals is US$9.6 billion which means that 48 per cent of the required funds remain unmet.

During December, newly reported contributions to FTS totalled $736 million for humanitarian response: for response plans specifically, $81.7 million for Iraq, $80.6 million for Yemen, and $41.4 million for Niger. As reported to FTS by 30 December, over $1.7 billion of humanitarian funding remain in outstanding pledges (of which $404 million is allocated for the coordinated response plans).

31 Dec 2015 description

This series of maps shows the concentration of people in areas which appear to have been affected in some way by the 2015 Floods (July-September). The MlMU Countrywide Listing of Possible Flood-affected Villages (September 22, 2015) indicates that:

•7,104 villages from 3,571 Village Tracts were possibly affected

•The overall population of these village tracts which were possibly affected is 9.5 million people.

•The actual extent of the flood impact is still being determined.

The MlMU Listing is drawn from :

31 Dec 2015 description

This series of maps shows the concentration of people in areas which appear to have been affected in some way by the 2015 Floods (July-September). The MlMU Countrywide Listing of Possible Flood-affected Villages (September 22, 2015) indicates that:

•7,104 villages from 3,571 Village Tracts were possibly affected

•The overall population of these village tracts which were possibly affected is 9.5 million people.

•The actual extent of the flood impact is still being determined.

The MlMU Listing is drawn from :

31 Dec 2015 description

This series of maps shows the concentration of people in areas which appear to have been affected in some way by the 2015 Floods (July-September). The MlMU Countrywide Listing of Possible Flood-affected Villages (September 22, 2015) indicates that:

•7,104 villages from 3,571 Village Tracts were possibly affected

•The overall population of these village tracts which were possibly affected is 9.5 million people.

•The actual extent of the flood impact is still being determined.

The MlMU Listing is drawn from :

31 Dec 2015 description

This series of maps shows the concentration of people in areas which appear to have been affected in some way by the 2015 Floods (July-September).
The MlMU Countrywide Listing of Possible Flood-affected Villages (September 22, 2015) indicates that:

•7,104 villages from 3,571 Village Tracts were possibly affected

•The overall population of these village tracts which were possibly affected is 9.5 million people.

•The actual extent of the flood impact is still being determined.

31 Dec 2015 description

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Twelve Rakhine youths of Sommona village caught some Rohingya woodcutters and tortured them in the forests on December 26, while going to forests to collect firewood, Mohin, a Rohingya well-wisher from Aley Than Kyaw said.

On that day, at around 8:00 am, seven Rohingya villagers from Khonzabill village went to forests for collecting firewood and three of them were caught by Rakhine youths with lethal weapons and severally beaten up by them, he more added.

31 Dec 2015 description
report UN Children's Fund

By UNICEF EAPRO

2015 was a big year for UNICEF in East Asia and the Pacific. We responded to emergencies in the Pacific, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea and elsewhere. We published groundbreaking research on HIV/AIDS among adolescents and a report on the cost of violence against children to help change policies to protect the most vulnerable. And there was a sprinkling of stardust with UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham visiting Cambodia and Papua New Guinea.

31 Dec 2015 description

“UNHCR is responsible to help refugees make well-informed decisions about their future. When a refugee decides about their durable solution, they are re-empowering themselves.”

DURABLE SOLUTIONS

What is a durable solution?

UNHCR safeguards the rights and well-being of refugees and helps them secure a solution.

31 Dec 2015 description

INTRODUCTION

Throughout 2015, the ongoing peace process and the election campaign in Burma/Myanmar dominated the dialogue and framed the discussions for potential return of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDP), with the resulting landslide victory for the National League for Democracy (NLD) leaving a political vacuum as all sides prepared for a transition into 2016. As a result, the timeframe for planning of return remained undefined.

30 Dec 2015 description
  • Looking back at 2015, the programme has seen remarkable steps forward towards polio eradication. A wrap-up of the year shows fewer cases in fewer places than ever before. The report on the status of polio eradication to WHO's Executive Board also summarizes the progress on the Polio Endgame Plan, and on Resolution WHA68.3, adopted by the World Health Assembly (WHA) in May 2015. The year to come will need strengthened momentum to build on these gains and deliver a polio-free world.