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Tanzania earthquake prompts safe schools initiative

By Samuel Okiror DODOMA, 7 June 2018 - In September 2016, an earthquake of magnitude 5.9 struck Nsunga in Kagera region, northwestern Tanzania, killing at least 19 people and injuring 253 others. A...

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IOM Emergency Assistance brought to Earthquake Victims in Kagera Region both Physical and Psychological Relief, 20 June 2017 - Case Story: “I’m still afraid when big trucks pass near my house”

“I was on my way home from my duty the day I saw my house was half collapsed. When I approached it, I was shocked as all my family members were in the house and neighbors were running away for their...

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Urban disasters highlight need for resilience in Africa

By Evelyne Karanja NAIROBI, 10 May 2017 – Rising disasters in Africa’s cities and their links with poverty and rapid, unplanned urbanisation are ever more apparent from tragedies such as the recent...

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La Belgique au secours des victimes oubliées

Chaque année, la Belgique alloue 600 000 euros à la Croix-Rouge pour financer ses interventions lors de « catastrophes silencieuses ». La seule année 2015 a été le théâtre de 346 catastrophes dont...

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GIEWS Country Brief: United Republic of Tanzania 15-November-2016

FOOD SECURITY SNAPSHOT Unfavourable production prospects for 2016 “vuli” crops for harvest early next year Maize prices at low levels in most markets Food insecurity persists in some northern parts...

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Tanzania Remote Monitoring Report, October 2016

KEY MESSAGES Poor households in Kagera Region face Stressed (IPC Phase 2) acute food insecurity due to the impacts of the September earthquake. Approximately 7,500 homes and buildings were destroyed,...

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WFP Tanzania Country Brief, September 2016

Highlights On 10 September, Kagera Region in northwestern Tanzania was struck by a 5.9 magnitude earthquake resulting in at least 17 deaths and over 250 injuries. Due to a shortfall in funding, WFP...

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