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Bahr el Ghazal
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(B) Middle East,Central Asia and Eastern Europe: (1) Afghanistan (2) Occupied Palestinian Territories (3) Pakistan
(C) East & Central Africa: (1) Burundi (2) Congo, DR (3) Ethiopia (4) Kenya (5) Rwanda (6) Somalia (7) Sudan (8) Tanzania (9) Uganda
(D) West Africa: (1) Cote d'Ivoire (2) Guinea (3) Liberia (4) Niger
(E) Southern …
This document outlines the global operational priorities identified by the ICRC in 2006. It is based on the yearly internal review and planning process conducted primarily by the 80 field delegations and missions.
This week 's report covers the following
sectors: Agriculture, Coordination and Support Services, Food, Health,
Protection / Human Rights / Rule of Law, Refugees and IDPs, Security, Shelter
and Non-food Items, Water & Sanitation
Mr. President, distinguished Members of the Council,
Key Activities Undertaken in Reporting Period
Assistance and Protection in Locations of Displacement:
More than US$ 1.5 billion in humanitarian needs; Largest funding requirement in the world
The Federation's mission is to improve
the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity. It
is the world's largest humanitarian organization and its millions of volunteers
are active in over 181 countries.
Appeal No. 05EA025; Operations Update no. 1; Period covered: 10 November to 19 November 2005; Appeal coverage: 4%;
Launched on 7 November 2005 for CHF 8,383,957 (USD 6,418,345 or EUR 5,433,127) for 12 months to assist 650,000 beneficiaries.
H I G H L I G H T S
- WFP distributes a total of 57,100 MT of food to 2.4 million vulnerable people in Darfur in November PAGE 4
- Food-for-education pilot underway in North Darfur PAGE 2
- Cereal prices continue to fall across the region PAGE 2
- African Union patrols detained by armed rebels PAGE 3
- Shipments of cereals now expected to avert the anticipated pipeline break in 2005
O V E R V I E W
November in Darfur was characterised by the ongoing harvest and the resultant increase in the availability of food in the region.
Cereal prices in the markets started to …
(New York: 30 November 2005): United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today called for $4.7 billion to provide urgent support to 31 million people in humanitarian emergencies in 26 countries worldwide.
THE SECRETARY-GENERAL FOREWORD TO THE HUMANITARIAN APPEAL 2006
The past year has been a wretched one for millions of disaster victims. It dawned with the Indian Ocean tsunami, saw a hurricane season unrivalled in living memory strike the Americas, and included South Asia’s devastating earthquake. Through it all, other tragic crises persisted in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Like never before, the year stretched and tested the capabilities of aid agencies, and the will of survivors.