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- Humanitarian Bulletin: Ukraine | Issue 23 | 1 November – 31 December 2017
- Active USG Humanitarian Programs Ukraine conflict and population displacement (Last updated 01/26/18)
- Ukraine: Checkpoints - Humanitarian Snapshot (as of 24 January 2018) [EN/RU/UK]
- Ukraine: Analysis of Humanitarian Trends - Government Controlled Areas of Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts, 5km Zone – September 2017
- Latest from the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine (SMM), based on information received as of 19:30, 2 February 2018
In the 2003 OSCE Action Plan on Improving the Situation of Roma and Sinti within the OSCE Area, the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) was tasked to assume a proactive role in analysing measures undertaken by participating States to improve the situation of Roma and Sinti, including in crisis and post-crisis situations.
Ces dernières années ont été marquées par des crises humanitaires majeures en République Centrafricaine, au Sud Soudan, en Syrie, en Irak, et dans les régions touchées par le virus Ebola. Plus près de chez nous, l’est de l’Ukraine est en proie au chaos, suspendu à un fragile cessez-le-feu. Ces crises mobilisent comme jamais jusqu’alors l’ensemble de la communauté humanitaire qui doit faire face à de multiples conflits inscrits dans la durée.
Les ressources humaines et financières de nos organisations sont durement éprouvées alors même que les besoins grandissent.
Outbreak of conflict in the east of Ukraine leads to civilian deaths and displacements
Close to 15,000 Syrian Armenians have come to Armenia since the start of the war in Syria
UN concerned about the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh and the rights of the displaced living in Azerbaijan.
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2014: a year of conflict
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Post-Crisis Environmental Assessment
Post-Crisis Environmental Recovery
Environmental Cooperation for Peacebuilding
Disaster Risk Reduction
The Environment and Security Initiative (ENVSEC)
The MISP Readiness assessment tool was developed by the Inter-Agency Working Group (IAWG) on Reproductive Health (RH) in Crises for Eastern Europe and Central Asia in 2013 to help country teams assess their readiness to provide the Minimum Initial Service Package for Reproductive Health in case of a humanitarian crisis.
The OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine provided the State Emergency Service of Ukraine (SES) with 50 protective vests, 60 ballistic safety helmets and 5 laptops with software, to plan and manage humanitarian demining operations. The handover ceremony took place in the Service’s headquarters in Kyiv on 30 December 2014.
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The SMM continued to monitor the implementation of the provisions of the Minsk Protocol and Memorandum and the work of the Joint Centre for Control and Co-ordination (JCCC). The SMM followed up on media reports about interruption of public transportation from Ukrainian mainland to the Crimean peninsula.
Kamensk-Shakhtinsky, Russian Federation (RF). The Observer Mission (OM) continues to operate 24/7 at both Border Crossing Points (BCPs). Overall cross-border traffic flows increased significantly at both BCPs due to the upcoming New Year. The OM continued to observe a significant number of persons in military-style clothing crossing the border in both directions. Train movements at the Gukovo BCP have decreased in frequency.
OM’s arrival, establishment and observation work
The HSM is a collaborative project between OCHA, UNHCR and Right to Protection. The framework is a purposive sampling strategy which covers 38% of the raions in the five most affected oblasts. Data and analysis covered in this product covers collection period from 20-28 Nov 2014.
The United Nations Development Programme in Ukraine has launched the distribution of humanitarian aid to the most vulnerable internally displaced persons (IDPs), as well as to people staying in the area of conflict, including territories that are not under Government control. The priority recipients are the elderly, orphans, pregnant women, families with children, and people with disabilities.