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15 Jul 2018 description
Opportunities now exist to implement longer-term investment strategies and to build-up the country’s resilience to the recurrent shocks, writes the head of OCHA Somalia.
12 Jul 2018 description
Winds and first heavy rains pound fragile landscape sheltering some 700,000 refugees, triggering landslides that killed one and injured others amid ongoing emergency response.
26 Jun 2018 description
IOM engineers predict it will cost at least US$1 million to clear blocked channels and maintain them to prevent dangerous flooding in future.
25 Jun 2018 description
CERF funding enabled 12 UN agencies together with 589 partners to provide life-saving assistance in 2016 and 2017 to 22.5 million people in humanitarian emergencies in 47 countries.
25 Jun 2018 description
With people standing on buckets in their plastic sheet shelters to stay out of the water, and no solution to the crisis in sight, there are concerns that the world’s attention will move on, leading to a drop in the vital resources needed.
25 Jun 2018 description
A total of 1,600 new displacements has been reported in Afghanistan due to conflict in the past week. Displacements have been highest in Faryab and Kunduz provinces.
23 Jun 2018 description
The appeal prioritizes life-saving support for over 818,000 men, women and children displaced as a result of inter-communal violence that has escalated since early June 2018.
22 Jun 2018 description
The Humanitarian Coordinator for Afghanistan, Toby Lanzer, has decided to revise the Humanitarian Response Plan to seek an additional US$117 million for this year.
19 Jun 2018 description
report Oxfam
The monsoon rains falling on the Rohingya refugee camps near Cox’s Bazar have caused more than 130 landslides, damaged 3,300 shelters and affected 28,000 refugees, Oxfam said.
18 Jun 2018 description
Urgent efforts are needed to reinforce and upgrade health and other facilities to mitigate the impact of the rainy season and to boost and adapt services for both refugees and host communities.
18 Jun 2018 description
Heavy monsoon rains in Cox’s Bazar again triggered flooding and landslides in the Rohingya refugee camps, affecting 9,000 individuals and displacing more than 2,000 people.
14 Jun 2018 description
As Bangladesh’s annual wet season has arrived, the UN migration agency is working against the clock to secure infrastructure and strengthen preparedness measures in the refugee camps.
14 Jun 2018 description
report UN Children's Fund
Torrential rain and strong winds are threatening the health and safety of thousands of children as the first major storm of the monsoon season arrived in south-eastern Bangladesh.
12 Jun 2018 description
Aid agencies now report that over 21,500 people have been affected since 11 May when the monsoon season started. This number is expected to increase as the rains continue.
12 Jun 2018 description
WHO is supporting the Government of Bangladesh to ensure that malaria cases among Rohingyas are detected early. WHO leads the health response in Cox’s Bazar.
11 Jun 2018 description
Within 24 hours of the rains starting, humanitarian agencies reported some 59 incidents, including landslides, water logging, extreme wind and lightning strikes.
05 Jun 2018 description
Without urgent financial backing, consultations conducted in IOM clinics, supporting refugees and local communities, will soon be halted. The impending monsoon season will most likely create an even bigger demand for health services.
01 Jun 2018 description
22 diarrhea treatment centers (DTC) with a total bed capacity of 597, and hundreds of oral rehydration points (ORPs), have been set up across the various camps.
29 May 2018 description
An estimated 772 000 people are in need of humanitarian aid, including food, clean water, and health care. The risk of water and vector-borne diseases in the country has also increased.
28 May 2018 description
report World Vision
More than 127,000 Kenyan children who have been displaced by flooding following heavy rains in recent weeks may be in need of psychosocial support, World Vision is warning.