• Yobe State health authorities declare cholera outbreak in Bade LGA
• Relief actors reach 2.4 million people with emergency food assistance in northeastern Nigeria during February
• Approximately 27 percent of the population in Lac, Chad, may experience Crisis or worse levels of acute food insecurity from June–August
• With support from UNICEF, 7,065 unaccompanied and separated refugee children have been provided with psychosocial support, referrals and access to basic services based on the Best Interest Determination.
• UNICEF in collaboration with partners ensured provision of safe water and sanitation facilities for 93,926 refugees including children in schools, Child Friendly Spaces and in health facilities.
• UNICEF supported the treatment of 265 children under five with severe acute malnutrition, and the cure rate was 81 per cent
Arequipa: Distrito de Yanahuara alcanzó la temperatura más baja a nivel nacional con -10.4°C
La temperatura más baja de todo el país se registró por segundo día consecutivo en el distrito de Yanahuara, de la provincia y departamento de Arequipa, que soportó un mínimo valor de -10.4 grados centígrados, informó el SENAMHI al Centro de Operaciones de Emergencia Nacional (COEN).
Loreto: Un día “lluvioso” se presentó en el distrito de Las Amazonas en las últimas 24 horas
Rohingya in Rakhine continue to experience difficulty accessing services and livelihood activities
Relief actors are working to relocate refugees residing in at-risk areas of Cox’s Bazar
State/PRM provides an additional $24.7 million to respond to the complex emergency in Burma
This report is for the media and the general public.
- Lluvias intensas se presentarán desde este mediodía en la selva norte y centro del país
Precipitaciones intensas se presentarán desde este mediodía en la selva norte y centro del país, las mismas que alcanzarían nivel tres y vendrían acompañadas de ráfagas de viento, informó el SENAMHI al Centro de Operaciones de Emergencia Nacional (COEN).
From 28 February to 31 March 2018:
• As of 31 March 2018, the DTM has identified 2,205,252 internally displaced persons (367,542 families) displaced after January 2014, dispersed across 97 districts and 3,533 locations in Iraq. For the same period, DTM has also identified 3,635,598 returnees (605,933 families).
• Overall, the total number of identified IDPs decreased by approximately 5% (-112,446 individuals). Decreases were recorded across all of Iraq’s 18 governorates.
100 households (HH) were relocated from Camp 9 (8 HH) and 10 (71 HH) and from WFP canal extension area (21 HH from Camps 10/11) to Camp 20 due to flood and landslide risk.
IOM distributed 9,000 dignity kits to women and girls identified as extremely vulnerable in Kutupalong-Balukhali Expansion Site, Leda and Shamlapur.
This week, IOM provided training on Shelter Upgrade and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) for 18 staff of partner organisations, bringing the total partner staff trained by IOM to 77.
- 13 additional suspected cholera cases was reported between the 11th and 17th of April 2018
- No deaths reported during this period
- No new alerts
- No cases reported from Kukawa ward in more than the duration of two incubation periods
A total of 26,880 IDP arrivals were reported to 62 assessed communities in Aleppo, Hama and Idleb governorates between 1 and 14 April 2018.
IDPs most commonly arrived to communities in Al Bab sub-district (12,660), followed by Suran (3,278) and Jarablus (1,596) sub-districts in Aleppo governorate and Dana (2,195) and Saraqab (1,026) sub-districts in Idleb governorates.
The majority of IDPs (61%) arrived from Eastern Ghouta.
This update provides a summary of recent displacement, along with developments from the UNHCR co-led Sector/Clusters of Protection, Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) and Shelter/Non Food Items (SNFI).
KEY DISPLACEMENT STATISTICS (AS OF 10 APRIL 2018)
1,594,177 displacements recorded by the CCCM Cluster in the last 12 months from affected areas of northern and southern Syria:
Contexte Bocaranga et Koui en 2017
• Importante instabilité de la zone de koui depuis 2015 • Couloir de transhumance et mixité de ses populations musulmanes et chrétiennes, installation des groupes armés, multiplication des incidents de protection et destruction de nombreux villages : crise humanitaire entrainant le déplacement massif des populations en directions de Bocaranga.
• Réfugiés peulhs originaire de l’est de l’Ouham Pendé et de la Nana Mambere arrivent du Cameroun à Koui
IOM works with national and local authorities and local partners to identify and understand migration movements in West and Central Africa. Population flow monitoring (FMP) is an activity that quantifies and qualifies flows, migrant profiles, trends and migration routes at a given point of entry, transit or exit.
Since February 2016, IOM Niger has been monitoring migration flows at two points in the Agadez region of Niger. Flow monitoring points are found at two points in the region of Agadez in Niger,Séguédine and Arlit.
The Fiji Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MoHMS) declared an outbreak of meningococcal disease on Tuesday March 20th, 2018.
The Ministry, through the National Meningococcal Disease Taskforce, continues to coordinate the response to the outbreak, including strengthening surveillance, laboratory diagnostics, clinical management, public health interventions and risk communications.
Meningococcal C vaccination (with ACWY conjugate vaccine-Menactra) was conducted from April 5th for students of Navesau Adventist School.
Outcomes in areas of northeast remain heavily dependent on humanitarian assistance
Total number of consultations and reporting rate: There is a increase in total consultation from 2112 consultation in epiweek 14 to 2600 consultation in epiweek 15, with reporting rates 100% from 11 sentinel sites in epiweek 15.
The following syndrome has been flagged:
• Acute Fever and Rash: French Polynesia, Tonga
A. Situation analysis
Description of the disaster
Tropical Cyclone (TC) Keni was initially monitored over the Pacific waters as a Tropical Disturbance 13F (TD13F) analyzed far West of Fiji. TD13F was later upgraded to a Tropical Cyclone Category 1 as it moved East South East towards Fiji.