Yemen is facing one of the world’s worst Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) crises, as deteriorating WASH infrastructure contributes to a cholera outbreak, and represents one of the underlying causes of malnutrition in the country.
On behalf of the Yemen WASH Cluster, REACH coordinated a household-level assessment to provide an understanding of WASH needs, gaps, and priorities in 38 districts prioritized for famine and/or cholera interventions that also host a high concentration of Internally Displaced People (IDPs - 8% or more of the total district population).
Total number of refugees: 852,080
UNHCR/COR registered refugees: 384,473
IPP registered & unregistered: 467,607
Total arrivals in 2018: 33,117
Total arrivals in Nov 2018: 1,697
1.1- Introduction / Contexte et Justification
Wau Town has been steadily recovering from the shocks of series of significant incidents/ clashes that occurred between June 2016 to May 2018. During that period, the Wau Protection of Civilian Adjacent Area (Wau PoC AA) site was created. There are 35,496 people biometrically registered in the site, though headcounts suggest that the number of those residing there is only 15,272, as of December 2018.
4,350 patients received at the clinic in the month of December.
87 referrals to the hospitals in Jordan in the month of December.
41% of secondary and tertiary referrals were for obstetrics & gynaecology.
OVERVIEW AND TRENDS
1. Apercu de la situation
Le site d’Ikarfane 2 est situé à environ 64 km au nord-est d’Abala dans la région de Tillabéri et à 15 km de la frontière malienne. Selon les estimations de leaders communautaires, ce site compte 520 ménages (120 ménages Touaregs et 400 ménages Peulhs) d’environ 3 640 personnes dont 764 hommes, 1 056 femmes, 619 garçons et 1 201 filles.
Overview & Methodology
Since August 2017, an estimated 727,000 Rohingya refugees have arrived in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar District from Myanmar, bringing the total number residing in Bangladesh to approximately 921,000.1 The unplanned and spontaneous nature of the post-August Rohingya refugee camps have combined with high population densities and challenging environmental conditions to produce a crisis with especially acute water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) needs.
Since late 2013, the intensification of conflict in North and Central Iraq has resulted in multiple waves of mass displacement across the country.
As of December 2017, 2,780,406 internally displaced persons (IDPs) were identified in Iraq. Of these, 580,193 individuals were registered across 80 formal camps, with a majority of IDPs living in Ninewa and Dahuk governorates.
The period of 2017-2018 has seen increased numbers of internally displaced persons (IDPs) returning to their area of origin (AoO) across Iraq. However, as of October 2018, there remains 1.9 million Iraqi IDPs. This includes approximately 465,000 individuals and 93,000 households that reside in 128 formal IDP camps across the country, 54 of which are comprised of 100 or more households.
The IOM Displacement Tracking Matrix is a comprehensive system to analyze and disseminate information to better understand the movements and needs of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Burundi.
Volunteers from the Burundian Red Cross (BRC) consult with key informants to identify displacement trends and needs in their communities. Key informants can be community leaders, local government authorities and religious leaders.
Enumerators complete two types of assessments:
La Matrice de Suivi des Déplacements de l’OIM est un système mis en œuvre dans le but de capturer, analyser et disséminer des informations pour mieux comprendre les mouvements et les besoins des personnes déplacées internes (PDI) au Burundi.
Des volontaires de la Croix-Rouge du Burundi (CRB) consultent des informateurs clés qui ont des connaissances sur les tendances des déplacements et les besoins des communautés. Les informateurs clés sont des chefs de communautés, des représentants locaux du gouvernement ou des chefs religieux.
Arun Bhakta Shrestha
Total number of refugees: 852,466
UNHCR/COR registered refugees: 379,234
IPP registered & unregistered: 473,232
Total arrivals in 2018: 31,875
Total arrivals in Dec 2018: 455