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- Sudan: Humanitarian Bulletin | Issue 28 | 18 - 31 December 2017 [EN/AR]
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, the Sudanese Ministry of International Cooperation and Ministry of Youth and Sports have concluded an agreement on supporting Youth Volunteers programme in Darfur.
by Mia Madsen (NEN) and Anja Rabezanahary (PTA)
IOM conducted flow monitoring at various cross border points, transit areas, PoCs, and IDP Collective sites across South Sudan. During the reporting period, DTM tracked 6,011 individuals (59% female) transiting 13 active Flow Monitoring Points (FMPs). Flow monitoring captures the movement dynamics of the displaced population in the country.
As at end December 2017, UN-coordinated appeals and refugee response plans within the Global Humanitarian Overview (GHO) required US$24.7 billion to meet the humanitarian needs of 105.1 million crisis-affected people in 38 countries. Together the appeals were funded at $13.8 billion, or 54% of requirements. Funding for the appeals in 2017 fell 46% short of requirements, with $10.9 billion outstanding.
606,595 Persons of concern - refugees, asylum seekers, IDPs and returnees - for UNHCR operations in Chad
942 Chadian refugees voluntarily repatriated from Darfur, the Sudan to Chad
657 Supplemental Judgments rendered to deliver birth certificates to Nigerian refugees
The Responsibility to Protect (R2P) is a global norm, unanimously adopted by heads of state and government at the 2005 UN World Summit, aimed at preventing and halting Genocide, War Crimes, Ethnic Cleansing and Crimes Against Humanity. R2P stipulates that:
» Every State has the Responsibility to Protect its populations from the four mass atrocity crimes (Pillar I).
» The wider international community has the responsibility to encourage and assist individual States in meeting that responsibility (Pillar II).
The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2017 (SOFI) has revealed that global hunger is on the rise again after declining for more than two decades. Global hunger rose from 777 million in 2015 to 815 million people in 2016.
Ethiopia is host to the second largest refugee population in Africa, sheltering 892,555 registered refugees and asylum seekers as of 31 December 2017.
Since January 2017, 109,851 refugees arrived in Ethiopia, mainly from South Sudan (over 75,400), Eritrea (over 25,200) and Somalia (almost 6,700).
Ethiopia formally launched the CRRF, paving the way for the implementation of the nine pledges it made at the Leaders’ Summit on Refugees in September 2016 in New York.
The rise in man-made, protracted emergencies means millions are at risk of starving around the globe this year
It’s a difficult new year for the humanitarian system and those reliant on it: a near-record number of people are in need and yet a yawning funding gap will limit what assistance can be provided.
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In this issue
- Non Syrian refugees
- Non Syrian refugees
Voices from Jordan
Youth recreational activity
Women protection empowerment
16 days of Activism
Universal Children’s Day
A real surprise greeted children attending the Um Algean school in a small mountain village of Nertiti in Darfur at the beginning of the school year. After years in temporary spaces, the old straw and clay had been replaced by eight spanking new classrooms, complete with chalk boards, chairs and desks, boy and girl latrines, and drinking water.
Over 3,700 new refugee arrivals fled to Sudan through South Darfur, South and West Kordofan and White Nile states.
Revised refugee figures for North Darfur, South and West Kordofan following completion of individual (biometric) registration.
Lack of laboratory services is ongoing gap for health response.
- Total number of refugees* **772,715**
- Pre-Dec 2013 refugees **352,462**
- Post-Dec 2013 refugees **420,253**
- Total arrivals in 2017 **195,599**
- Total arrivals in Dec 2017 **3,738**
* Official population statistics now include South Sudanese living in Sudan prior to December 2013, when conflict broke out in South Sudan. This population group is now considered refugees. Additional sources estimate a total of 1.3 million South Sudanese refugees in Sudan; however, data requires verification