The rapid assessment allowed the identification of populations in need of urgent assistance, including over 30,000 children in affected schools.
What is CCCM? The common aim of the CCCM Cluster is to improve living conditions of displaced persons in humanitarian crises. The sector facilitates assistance and strengthens protection of the displaced and works with beneficiaries to attain durable solutions. Camp management is cross-cutting in nature and applies to all types of communal settings, including planned camps, collective centers, self-settled camps, reception or transit centers, and entails building relations with the host community.
En todo Perú existe un número considerable de ciudadanos que habitan en zonas de alto riesgo, algunos con título de propiedad y otros carecen de ellos. Las inundaciones de 2017 ocurridas en Perú por el fenómeno de “El Niño Costero” han generado discusión acerca de si se debe reasentar a las comunidades que fueron severamente afectadas y de qué manera hacerlo. Sin embargo, el reasentamiento es un tema complejo y lleno de desafíos.
This brief provides an overview of what the Peruvian government is proposing in terms of resettlement for those effected by the 2017 floods. Based on international resettlement experience, the document identifies likely challenges for the resettlement process and provides recommendations for optimizing a resettlement process for successful application in Peru.
In parts of southern Africa, environmental pressure on the land from over-grazing has contributed to land and water shortages and made communities more vulnerable to drought. In Namibia, researchers are measuring the impact of a community-based natural resource management program on livestock assets, income, social cohesion and land quality.
Key achievements toward the strategic objectives
For the implementation of the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) in 2017, the HCT achieved the following:
2.3 million individuals, approximately 77 per cent, have benefitted from food assistance through in-kind and cash/voucher interventions;
Approximately 1.1 million people accessed clean and safe water, representing 57 per cent of target;
The rapid arrival of very large numbers of refugees in concentrated areas tends to accentuate the impact that populations will have on the environment, due to the fact that humanitarian operators manage people and infrastructure based on short-term considerations. This leads to increased pressure on raw materials and ecosystems, and tends to create tension with the host population.
The study has two objectives:
What Is Multisectoral Nutrition Programming and Why Is It Important?
1 Executive summary
This is the evaluation report for Southern African Food Insecurity Project implemented by National Societies of Malawi, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Mozambique. The project was funded by IFRC and various Partner National Societies in the four countries.
It is expedient to tell the story of the humanitarian response of ACT Philippines Forum to the disaster wrought by Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. ACT Philippines Forum was barely organized when Typhoon Haiyan struck. The humanitarian work was an acid test. But more than that, it showed ACT Philippines Forum where and how it “will lay its treasures” in the coming years. It directed the Forum to appreciate more fully its reason for being.
As Colombia faces the task of rebuilding its historic memory in order to overcome a violent past and build a peaceful future, Colombians abroad – the country’s diaspora – sense an opportunity to be part of this collective responsibility. After three years of work, the Truth Memory and Reconciliation Commission of Colombian women in diaspora present the achievements of their efforts, and recommendations to Colombian and international policy-makers.
Oxfam GB, Oxford, United Kingdom
International Fund for Agricultural Development, Rome, Italy
Resumé évaluation dans la zone frontaliere sud-ouest (Mambere-kadei), RCA basée sur les rapports d’évaluations PUI de 2015, 2016, 2017
Naser Morina, Simon M. Ewers, Sandra Passardi, Ulrich Schnyder, Christine Knaevelsrud, Julia Müller, Richard A. Bryant, Angela Nickerson and Matthis Schick
Conflict and Health 2017 11:18 https://doi.org/10.1186/s13031-017-0120-2
© The Author(s). 2017
Received: 27 April 2017
Accepted: 22 August 2017
Published: 2 October 2017
The Program, “Typhoon Haiyan Response,” is a three-year (November 2013 - December 2016) initiative implemented by CARE Philippines. It supports the emergency relief and recovery of people affected by Typhoon Haiyan that struck the Visayas Region in November 2013. The Program aims to assist affected communities (men, women, boys and girls) in Regions 6 and 8 to recover, build back safer and increase resilience.