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Most read reports
- Tunisia - Flash floods (National Institute of Meteorology, WMO, media) (ECHO Daily Flash of 19 October 2018)
- UNHCR Tunisia Factsheet - March 2018
- After the storm: All hands-on deck to respond to basic needs cause by Tunisia’s flash floods
- Tunisia isn’t a migrant transit country – yet
- WFP Tunisia and Morocco Country Brief, August 2018
Tunis - Three Moroccan military planes carrying loads of urgent humanitarian aid for refugees at the Tunisian-Libyan border landed, on Wednesday, at Djerba airport (south of Tunisia).
Aid includes 22 tons of medicines and medical equipment, a military field hospital and an ambulance, in addition to 20 doctors and 20 paramedics.
The aid, which meets the pressing need of refugees, will be dispatched to the Ben Guerdan region, the nearest site to Ras Jdir border post (560 km south-east Tunis), where the Moroccan medical team will set up a field hospital to provide health care for …
Rabat - Upon the orders of HM King Mohammed VI, urgent humanitarian aid will be sent on Wednesday to thousands of refugees of different nationalities currently at Rass Jdir center on the Tunisian-Libyan border, victims of serious acts of violence in Libya, a statement by the Foreign Ministry said.
This aid will be airlifted and includes a consignment of medicines, twenty doctors and twenty paramedics, as well as medical equipment to meet the special and urgent needs of victims of this appalling humanitarian situation.
This laudable humanitarian royal initiative is part, on the one …
TUNIS, Nov.8 - Maghreban agriculture ministers have called for support to the anti-locusts action plan drafted by the Arab Maghreb Union, a north African grouping mustering Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia.