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- Renewed partnership with New Zealand Red Cross for humanitarian response
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- Climate Change assistance for Pacific
- Coastal hazards and climate change: Guidance for local government
- New Zealand, Norfolk Island, Tonga - Tropical Cyclone GITA (GDACS, JTWC, Metservice, West Coast Civil Defence New Zealand) (ECHO Daily Flash of 19 February 2018)
At 30 June 2018, there were 1347 people in immigration detention facilities, including 1108 in immigration detention on the mainland and 239 in immigration detention on Christmas Island.
A further 368 people were living in the community after being approved for a residence determination and 17,4 20 were living in the community after grant of a Bridging Visa E.
Faits marquants intervenus depuis la diffusion de la carte précédente sur PacNet, le 6 août 2018 :
Highlights since the last map was sent on PacNet on 6 August 2018
As of 30 June 2018, Ethiopia hosts 916,678 refugees and asylum seekers within its borders, including the more than 22,000 who arrived during the first quarter of 2018.
The Government of Ethiopia has committed to address the concerns of refugees, including a pledge to grant local integration to those who have lived in the country for 20 years and above.
Resettlement remains the chief durable solution for refugees in Ethiopia, but limited quotas mean that only 4,240 refugees will be referred to resettlement countries in 2018.
Out of 928,663 registered refugees in Ethiopia, 65,750 are in need of resettlement in 2018.
UNHCR Ethiopia’s resettlement submissions target for 2018 is 4,240 individuals to the USA, New Zealand, Sweden and Canada.
To date, 1893 refugees were referred to the RSC for onward submission to resettlement countries and 1678 refugees have been submitted.
Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters has announced a renewed government funding agreement with New Zealand Red Cross to assist with disaster preparedness and response in the Pacific and across the world.
“New Zealand Red Cross is an important humanitarian response partner and provides critical assistance to vulnerable communities around the world prior to and in the aftermath of a disaster,” Mr Peters said.
- Aucun nouveau cas autochtone à Raiatea
- Epidémie en cours ou circulation active aux Samoa Américaines, Kiribati, Tonga, Nouvelle-Calédonie et Réunion
Épidemie de grippe A en phase descendante
- No new confirmed case in Raiatea
- Outbreak or active circulation in American Samoa, Kiribati, Tonga, New Caledonia and Réunion island
Decreasing phase of the influenza A outbreak
Immigration Detention And Community Statistics Summary
At 31 May 2018, there were 1344 people in immigration detention facilities, including 1070 in immigration detention on the mainland and 274 in immigration detention on Christmas Island.
A further 368 people were living in the community after being approved for a residence determination and 17,668 were living in the community after grant of a Bridging Visa E.
The table below reflects figures based on records in Department of Home Affairs systems
En semaine 25 : second cas autochtone à Raiatea
Epidémie en cours ou circulation active aux Samoa Américaines, Kiribati, Tonga, Nouvelle-Calédonie et Réunion
Épidemie de grippe A en cours
- Week 25: second confirmed case in Raiatea - Outbreak or active circulation in American Samoa,
Kiribati, Tonga, New Caledonia and Réunion island
Influenza A outbreak
New Zealand has approved $5.2 million in humanitarian funding to address significant humanitarian needs in South Sudan, Ethiopia and Somalia.
The ongoing conflict in South Sudan, and prolonged drought, recent heavy rains and pockets of violence in Ethiopia and Somalia, have contributed to deeply concerning humanitarian situations in all three countries.
New Zealand's support will be delivered through the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in South Sudan and Somalia, and the UN World Food Programme in Ethiopia.
New Zealand is providing a further $4 million in humanitarian assistance to those affected by recent violence in Myanmar, including Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.
Cox’s Bazar currently hosts the world’s largest refugee population with approximately 700,000 people having crossed the border into Bangladesh since August 2017.
The plight of people living in temporary shelters and camps in Cox’s Bazar is likely to worsen over the coming months, as the monsoon and cyclone season brings heavy rains, and likely flooding and landslides.
New Zealand is providing a further $3 million in humanitarian funding to Yemen.
Three years after the escalation of the conflict, Yemeni people continue to bear the brunt of ongoing hostilities and severe economic decline and the humanitarian crisis remains extremely widespread.
Three million dollars has been directed to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
Highlights since the last map was sent on PacNet on 2 July 2018
141 cases (200% increase in number) of diarrhea have been reported from Yap State, FSM. Thirteen out of the 16 tests carried out were positive for rotavirus (positivity rate of 81%). 7 cases were hospitalized and 71 cases required rehydration- Source: Yap Syndromic Surveillance Report for Epiweek 26 reported by the Department of Health Services on 6 July 2018