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19 Oct 2017 description
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Highlights

  • From January to August 2017, WFP assisted 144,500 beneficiaries including 17,000 through cash-based transfers (CBT), and 127,500 through in-kind food assistance.

  • Humanitarian access to NGCA remains challenging, WFP continues to operate through local and international partners addressing the needs of those severely food insecure. In Luhansk NGCA, activities will be terminated in mid-September due to imposed limitations by de-facto authorities to conduct monitoring of food assistance as per WFP requirements.

14 Oct 2017 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Humanitarian needs remain high for vulnerable populations along the contact line

  • Exposure to mines, ERW impedes access to basic services and resources

  • USAID/OFDA partners provide critical health, protection, shelter, and WASH assistance to vulnerable populations in eastern Ukraine

KEY DEVELOPMENTS

29 Sep 2017 description

In response to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine countless volunteers, as well as many international humanitarian actors, including the United Nations system, national and international NGOs, and other international organizations, are engaged in the humanitarian relief effort. In December 2014 the cluster system was activated, with 7 clusters engaging in life-saving activities throughout the country. This 3W (WHO is doing WHAT WHERE) captures the presence of partners currently on the ground in each oblast.

31 Aug 2017 description

In response to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine countless volunteers, as well as many international humanitarian actors, including the United Nations system, national and international NGOs, and other international organizations, are engaged in the humanitarian relief effort. In December 2014 the cluster system was activated, with 7 clusters engaging in life-saving activities throughout the country. This 3W (WHO is doing WHAT WHERE) captures the presence of partners currently on the ground in each oblast.

30 Aug 2017 description
report Foundation.101

NGO "Foundation.101" continues observing the operation of entry-exit control points in the eastern Ukraine within the "Frontline Inspection" initiative. This time we present the dynamics of the movement across the line of contact during January-July 2017 through the control points "Novotroitske", "Mayorske", "Mariinka", "Hnutove", and "Stanytsia Luhanska".

24 Aug 2017 description

Highlights

  • The Food Security and Livelihood Cluster (FSLC) remains concerned about the worsening food security and socio-economic situation in Donbas as a result of the ongoing conflict. Underfunding and unmet humanitarian food security and livelihoods needs continue to put at risk the most vulnerable food insecure groups.

  • WFP Operation is facing substantial funding constraints being only 27 percent funded. In order to support food insecure people, WFP requires USD 15.8 million through to December 2017.

11 Aug 2017 description

With hundreds of thousands of people living in towns and villages close to the front line in eastern Ukraine, survival is a daily fight. The ICRC has been helping such people affected by the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

We also support the work of the Ukrainian Red Cross by boosting its capacity to respond to violence and other emergencies.

04 Aug 2017 description
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In Numbers

4.4 million people affected (OCHA)

3.8 million people in need of humanitarian assistance (OCHA)

620,000 people food insecure

300,000 internally displaced persons (GCA) (HNO 2017)

Highlights

  • In June, WFP delivered food assistance to some 30,000 people in both government-controlled (GCA) and non-government controlled areas (NGCA) of Donetsk and Luhansk.

31 Jul 2017 description

WASH Incidents (Jan-June 2017)

  • Donetska oblast – 67;

  • Luhanska oblast – 11;

  • NGCA – 57;

  • GCA – 21;

Issues to highlight

  • The risk of damage through shelling and access to areas for repairs continue to be key issues.

  • Decrepit water systems are still a feature and municipal services and industry are interdependent (electricity and water)

INCIDENT ANALYSIS. JANUARY-JUNE 2017

20 Jul 2017 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Ceasefire violations and ERW contamination near the contact line pose serious risk to civilians

  • Shelling damages key infrastructure, exacerbating emergency health, shelter, and water, sanitation, and hygiene needs

  • USG partners scale up humanitarian protection activities in conflict- affected areas of eastern Ukraine

KEY DEVELOPMENTS

14 Jul 2017 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Access to clean water by millions is at risk
  • Daily clashes continue amidst the ‘harvest ceasefire’
  • Despite challenges, humanitarian actors continue to address critical needs
  • Limited access to benefits
  • Key strategies developed to improve coordination

Critical water supply systems interrupted