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08 Dec 1997 description

Office of the Regional Humanitarian Advisor for the Great Lakes, DHA Nairobi
POPULATION MOVEMENTS IN THE GREAT LAKES REGION
(DISPLACED - DISPERSED - REFUGEES)

SUMMARY TABLE
Updated version as of 8 December

1) REPUBLIC OF CONGO (Brazzaville)


See map for locations

02 Dec 1997 description

Ref: DHAGVA - 97/0864
1. The UN Resident Coordinator in Kampala reports that rains continued in most parts of the country over this past weekend, further worsening the situation. It is being reported that up to 150,000 persons may have been displaced.

2. Serious flooding is now reported also in the western parts of the country. In Bundibugyo District, an estimated 1,000

28 Nov 1997 description
  1. The UN Resident Coordinator in Kampala reports that heavy rains in eastern Africa have spread to Uganda's eastern region of Mbale, causing landslides which killed 30 or more persons and displaced about 2,500 persons. Flooding has also been reported in the eastern districts of Tororo, Bugiri, and Pallisa.
17 Nov 1997 description

Office of the Regional Humanitarian Advisor for the Great Lakes, DHA Nairobi

(DISPLACED - DISPERSED - REFUGEES)

SUMMARY TABLE
Updated version as of 17 November 1997

1) REPUBLIC OF CONGO as of 17 November 1997

18 Feb 1994 description


DHA-GENEVA 94/0055

UGANDA - EARTHQUAKE
DHA-GENEVA SITUATION REPORT NO.1
18 FEBRUARY 1994

1. DHA/UNDP RESIDENT REPRESENTATIVE REPORTS THAT THE SEVERE EARTHQUAKE (MAGNITUDE: 6.2 ON RICHTER SCALE) WHICH ROCKED MANY PARTS OF UGANDA AT 2.45 A.M. LOCAL TIME ON 6 FEBRUARY 1994, CAUSED EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO THREE WESTERN DISTRICTS OF KABAROLE, BUND IBUGYO AND KASESE. WHILE CASUALTIES WERE LIMITED TO EIGHT DEATHS, HEAVY DAMAGE WAS INFLICTED TO PRIVATE, COMMERCIAL AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS (SUCH AS SCHOOLS, CHURCHES AND HOSPITALS). AS A

24 Jun 1988 description


UNDRO 88/1293

UGANDA - DISPLACED PERSONS
SITUATION REPORT NO. 1
- 24 JUNE 1988 -

1. AFTER PERIOD OF DESTABILIZATION IN NORTHERN AND CENTRAL EASTERN PROVINCES, SITUATION HAS CALMED DOWN TO EXTENT THAT PEOPLE CAN RETURN TO THEIR HOME AREAS.

2. THESE PEOPLE RETURNING FROM GOVERNMENT CONTROLLED CENTRES WHERE RELIEF ASSISTANCE WAS DISTRIBUTED NEED HELP TO RESETTLE. GOVT HAS LAUNCHED AN APPEAL FOR EMERGENCY FOOD AID, AGRICULTURAL TOOLS AND BLANKETS. PRIMARY TARGET POPULATION:
80,000 - 100,000.