Appeals & Response Plans
- Sudan: Floods - Jul 2018
- Sudan: Acute Watery Diarrhoea (AWD) Outbreak - Jul 2017
- Sudan: Floods - Jun 2017
- Sudan: Floods - Jun 2016
- Sudan/South Sudan: Measles Outbreak - Mar 2015
- Sudan: Floods - Jul 2014
- Sudan: Yellow Fever Outbreak - Nov 2013
- Sudan: Flash Floods - Aug 2013
- Sudan: Yellow Fever Outbreak - Oct 2012
- Sudan: Floods - Jun 2012
Maps & Infographics
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- Special Envoy of the UN Secretary General
for the Humanitarian Crisis in the Horn of Africa visits Eritrea from 31
March - 2 April 2004.
- The 23rd meeting of the Military Coordination
Commission (MCC) was held on 15 March 2004 in Nairobi.
- Eighty-one Eritrean civilians were repatriated
from Ethiopia on 19 March 2004 under the auspices of ICRC.
- From 11 - 26 March 2004 some 2,704 Eritrean
refugees were repatriated home from Sudan.
- In the month of February, UNHCR
assisted 725 Eritreans to return home from the Sudan.
- ERREC says despite reduction of rations
and downscaling of beneficiaries, the available food aid in stock and pledges
will not last beyond March/April.
- Ministry of Agriculture estimates the
national seed requirement for 2004 at 7,000 MT and appeals for a timely
response from partners.
- An estimated 16,000 MT of supplementary
food is required to cover the second half of the 2004.
- CAP-2004 document was finalised and sent to Geneva, donor funding to CAP-2003 reaches USD 99,769,747.
- After it has been halted due to rainy season, the voluntary repatriation of Eritreans from the Sudan resumed on 15 October 2003.
- According to ERREC, out of the total 476,000 MT humanitarian food assistance requested in 2003, to date about 275,000 MT has been committed.
- Eritrean children remain at high developmental risk due to increasing levels of malnutrition; there is also an increase of wasting among women of reproductive age, averaging between 40 and …
Since May 2001, over 51,000 Eritreans were voluntarily repatriated to their homeland in safety and dignity and have begun to rebuild their lives. Another 19,000 Eritrean refugees have been registered and are awaiting their homecoming. Progress made was however, facing impediments such as reluctance to accept the application of the ceased circumstances of Eritrean refugees announced by UNHCR, non-compliance with prior agreements of completion date of repatriation and delays in implementing the program by the Sudan authorities.
On 8 June 2001, General Humanitarian Co-ordination meeting was held at Selam Hotel where representatives from ERREC, UN agencies, Red Cross movement and NGOs attended. Main development during the month is the continued repatriation of refugees from Sudan and return of IDPs to their home village in the TSZ.
Updated IDP figures are available and reflect the movement of IDPs and camp residents to their homes. As yet it is undecided how to classify all areas of return as not all people have been able to go home although they have gone back to their areas of ori-gin. This month will see the arrival of additional UNMEE Military Observers and next fortnight (19 September) should see the UN Security Council pass a resolution on the deployment of peacekeepers.
Repatriation from Sudan