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30 Sep 2013 description
The UN Security Council endorsed the Russia-US agreement on the elimination of Syria’s chemical stockpile. Heavier than usual monsoon rains have resulted in floods in large parts of Thailand.
02 Jul 2013 description
Some sectors remain largely underfunded, including education, protection, early recovery, health and WASH.
23 Dec 2012 description
RESUME EXECUTIF La bande sahélienne d’Afrique de l’ouest dont fait partie le Niger se trouve confrontée à des crises alimentaires de plus en plus fréquentes et de magnitude croissante. A cela s’ajoutent les suites des conflits armés en Libye et en Côte d’Ivoire en 2011, qui ont...
06 Dec 2012 description
Chad faces a complex set of humanitarian vulnerability issues, which are overlapping and self-reinforcing. In 2013, the humanitarian community will step up efforts on contingency planning and stocking, early warning systems, conflict prevention and risk analysis to enable the authorities and humanitarian actors to respond faster and more effectively
13 Jul 2012 description
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY As anticipated, erratic rainfall in 2011 led to below-average harvests in Chad, causing significant food security concerns in 2012. The Comité d’Action pour la Sécurité Alimentaire et la Gestion des Catastrophes (Action Committee for Food Security and Disaster...
11 May 2012 description
report UN Children's Fund
Highlights Nutrition crisis - Some 1.1 million children under 5 will suffer from severe acute malnutrition (SAM), or up to 1.5 million in the worst case scenario and 3 million children with moderate acute malnutrition (MAM). - Number of children under 5 admitted to therapeutic treatment programmes...
09 Jan 2012 description
I. FAITS MAJEURS Crise alimentaire et nutritionnelle : le Tchad appelle à l’aide internationale Méningite : campagne de vaccination dans trois régions du 10 au 19 décembre Poliomyélite : 131 cas de PVS en 2011 Environ 85 931 Tchadiens et étrangers retournés de la Libye au 20 décembre...