Ciudad de Guatemala, 19 oct (AGN).- Guatemala elaborará una regulación especial sobre el uso del suelo en zonas de alta amenaza volcánica y contar con los recursos suficientes para dar respuesta a los desastres con base en los escenarios de riesgo identificados.
Published 18 October 2018
From: Department for International Development
1. Executive summary
“We must work with charities to address systemic underreporting of serious incidents by charities”
Charity Commission warns of continued underreporting as it publishes findings of its interim safeguarding taskforce and updates guidance for charities on what to report
Published 17 October 2018
From: The Charity Commission
The objective of the research is identification of the existing electronic registration tools for patients in an outpatient Ambulatory Therapeutic Feeding Centres (ATFC). The aim of electronic registration is to replace the register book and to eliminate the use of pen and paper in the registration process. This would result in increased efficiency, higher accuracy of registration and instant data delivery to facilitate decision-making in the project and to feed the data directly into the Health Information System (HIS).
A. RAPPEL DU CONTEXTE ET JUSTIFICATION DE L’INTERVENTION
Between May 2016 and September 2017, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster, with technical support from the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC), developed and delivered a 2 stage project in 5 different countries targeted at supporting opportunities for women’s equal and meaningful participation in camp governance structures.
As part of a global-level project aiming at reducing gender-based violence (GBV) risks in camps and camp-like settings, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Global Cluster sought to understand how women’s participation in governance structures could contribute to reducing risks of GBV. Increasing women’s participation is an important path to improving gender equality and women’s empowerment.
Since November 2016, the Emergency Telecommunications Sector (ETS) has been providing vital communications services in North-East Nigeria to enable humanitarians on the ground to carry out their jobs efficiently and safely, ultimately assisting more people and saving more lives.
The ETS in Nigeria, led by the Ministry of Communications and co-led by the World Food Programme (WFP), is responding with government, private sector and humanitarian organisations to ensure a coordinated response.
An Analysis of the Text of the Iraq, Jordan and Palestine National Action Plans on Women, Peace and Security.
I- CONTEXTE ET JUSTIFICATION DE L’INTERVENTION
Le 22 Juin 2018, deux véhicules venus de Bambari ont subi des coups de feu venant des présumés GBK de Grimari, installés à Scieurs. Une femme et un enfant auraient perdu la vie à l’issue de ces tirs. De plus, un peuhl éleveur était également tué par les GBK dans la zone. Suite à cette situation, les éléments GSA installés à Mbrès Centre ont lancé des menaces de représailles conduisant à un déplacement des habitants de Scieurs vers la brousse.
This report presents a synthesis of project-level final evaluations, carried out after three years of implementation of the Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED) programme.
Report by Mary Karanja, Senior CBI officer, UNHCR Ethiopia - September 2018
Overview of results – Executive summary
Four Action Against Hunger team members based in Indonesia are en route to Palu in the Sulawasi region, which was hit by a magnitude 7.4 earthquake on Friday, September 28, and caused a devastating tsunami. Their primary focus will be to support a local partner organization to help meet the most urgent needs in the area.
Core Group in need: 2.6 million IDPs + refugee returnees, other civilians affected by armed conflict, violence, insecurity and disaster.
308,294 individuals reached through protection activities from January to June 2018 including: 65,372 girls / 118,599 women 61,210 boys / 63,113 men
US$ 98 million required / $US10.7 Million (10.9%) received
Protection in focus: Main trends
As of 30 June 2018, the total number of South Sudanese refugees in Kenya is 114,492. At the end of June 2018, 94 percent of the South Sudanese refugees in Kenya resided in Kakuma refugee camp and Kalobeyei Settlement, with a smaller precentage in Dadaab as well as urban areas such as Nairobi, Nakuru, Kitale and other areas. Refugees crossed to Kenya through the Nadapal Border in Turkana County, where Kakuma refugee camp and Kalobeyei Settlement are situated. Out of the 58.2 percent of South Sudanese refugees in Kakuma, 88,309 are women and children with heightened protection risks.