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22 Dec 2017 description
report World Bank, GFDRR
El presente análisis tiene por objetivo evaluar el impacto de las inundaciones en el estado de Tabasco entre los años 2007 y 2010 y de las inversiones en RRD en el bienestar socioeconómico de la población de Tabasco.
19 Aug 2015 description
With ongoing heavy rains in most parts of the country, access to safe water remains a concern, including for internally displaced people living in camps, bushes and with host families.
21 Jul 2015 description
The weekly Global Overview aggregates information from a range of sources and provides the latest updates on and a ranking of current humanitarian crises.
14 Mar 2013 description
The world has experienced three consecutive years where annual economic losses have exceeded $100 billion due to an enormous increase in exposure of industrial assets to extreme disaster events.
09 Jul 2012 description
DESTACADOS: PARAGUAY: Las autoridades estiman que aún hay 10,000 familias en necesidad alimentaria. CUBA: Un inusual brote de cólera en la provincia de Granma ha dejado tres muertos. PERÚ: Las autoridades han movilizado más de 92,000 frazadas a las zonas afectadas por las heladas.
25 Jun 2012 description
HIGHLIGHTS:  PERU: Cold Weather affects about 11,665 people in the Andean region.  MEXICO: Hurricane Carlotta affected more than 12,000 families in the state of Oaxaca  BOLIVIA: More than 720 confirmed cases of influenza AH1N1.
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...
29 Nov 2011 description
Cholera has now spread to all districts of Cameroon’s largest city, Douala, home to 2.1 million people. The outbreak was officially declared an epidemic in September 2010 and since then it has spiked and declined a number of times. During a rainy period in March and April, the numbers of cases...
04 Nov 2011 description
report AlertNet
By Elias Ntungwe Ngalame YAOUNDE, Cameroon (AlertNet) – Floods are an annual occurrence in Cameroon’s rainy season, but this year the possibility of damage to land or property is not what worries people most. The biggest threat is an invisible one. Since 2010, spiralling cases of water-borne...
11 Oct 2011 description
report UN Children's Fund
DAKAR/GENEVA, 11 October 2011 – UNICEF is calling for a redoubling of efforts to combat cholera outbreaks that are claiming lives and affecting large numbers of people across West and Central Africa. This year has seen more than 85,000 reported cases of cholera, resulting in 2,466 deaths. The...
22 Sep 2011 description
GLIDE n° EP-2011-000098-TCD 22 September 2011 This bulletin is being issued for information only and reflects the current situation and details available at this time. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is seeking funding through the existing country...
30 Aug 2011 description
report IRIN
DAKAR, 30 August 2011 (IRIN) - Cholera has killed at least 1,200 people this year in the countries surrounding Lake Chad - Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria; the illness, linked primarily to poor sanitation and lack of potable water, has struck some 38,800 people in the region this year and...
29 Jul 2011 description
Par Moustapha Diallo, Chargé de Communication FICR A Wobia, dans un petit village de pêcheurs, au sud-ouest du Cameroun, quelques volontaires de la Croix-Rouge Camerounaise apprennent aux enfants comment se prémunir du choléra. En quelques semaines, cette maladie a endeuillé plusieurs familles...
16 May 2011 description
report AlertNet
By Elias Ntungwe Ngalame YAOUNDE (AlertNet) - An unprecedented cholera outbreak is spreading fast through Cameroon’s capital, after an early start to the rainy season, causing more than 250 deaths in two months alone, according to the government. Read the full article at the Alertnet