Historic levels of funding, large and sustained famine prevention efforts and easing drought helped ease famine risk. But progress could easily be reversed and nearly 500,000 people might face a catastrophe.
Some 3.3 million of these will require urgent life-saving assistance in 2018 due to a combination of vulnerabilities resulting from drought-induced displacement, conflict and limited access to basic services.
Con el objetivo de establecer lineamientos para potenciar sistemas de repuesta inclusivos y adecuados a las personas con discapacidad ante situaciones de emergencia, SENADIS y SINAPROC lanzaron esta hoja de ruta.
In an innovative and revealing family-counting exercise, UNHCR teams found that one-third of the families are vulnerable. As many as 14% are single mothers holding their families together with little support in harsh conditions.