Nine school buildings in the capital Honiara are being used as evacuation centres, while many others have been badly damaged, with floodwaters drenching carpets, smashing windows and destroying learning materials.
Key Advocacy Messages:
• Malnutrition rates in some of the flood-affected districts were already beyond emergency thresholds and are predicted to worsen.
• NGOs and other humanitarian actors need to be supported in mobilizing additional resources both locally and globally for new...
Save the Children warns that more typhoons are expected in coming months
Over half a million children are still living in evacuation centres or with host families a month after floods triggered by Tropical Storm “Haikui” hit the Philippines.
Save the Children warns that the most severe...
Torrential rain has hit drought-displaced families living in squalid camps in Mogadishu, sweeping at least two children away, killing a pregnant woman and leaving thousands of people without shelter.
Heavy rains have flooded the meagre shelters of nearly 2,800 people living in the Sigale camp....