Field Office Maroua
Maroua, le 29 Décembre 2017
Le Bureau de Zone de Maroua couvre la région du Nord peuplée d’environ 2 652 800 habitants, et celle de l’Extrême-Nord Cameroun qui est la deuxième région la plus peuplée du pays (après le Centre) avec 4 332 500 habitants en 2017.
This is the first External Review of UN-Water since 2009. The Review received feedback from over 49 Members and Partners, all experts active in the field of water. In the intervening period UN-Water has made significant progress, improving the effectiveness of the mechanism as ‘one voice’ for the United Nations (UN) on water issues, and being an influencer in global processes. The feedback from the respondents to the questionnaires is that UN-Water plays an important and unique role within the water sector.
“The more we know about how money is channelled through the global humanitarian system, the better equipped we are to allocate resources effectively and measure results. For donors to provide more flexible and predictable funding they need reliable, real-time, prioritised, comparable and open data on the needs that they are being asked to finance and the results produced by their funding” – Too important to fail – addressing the humanitarian financing gap,
Pacific marine climate change - partnership with regional and UK experts reveals full regional impacts
1. Background and objectives
A. Rights of migrants in action project
Les résultats de l’enquête approfondie de la sécurité alimentaire réalisée par l’INS/Katanga avec l’appui technique et financier du PAM en juin 2016 dans les quatre provinces de l’ex Katanga, indiquent que la province du Tanganyika représente la proportion la plus affectée par l’insécurité alimentaire globale (76 pourcent). Elle renferme également la proportion la plus élevée de personnes en insécurité alimentaire sévère (27 pourcent).
WFP Iraq provided Multi-Purpose Cash Assistance (MPCA) to 3,600 vulnerable households in East and West Mosul as a pilot repatriation grant to meet their basic needs upon return home from conflict related displacement.
HPG Commissioned Report
Victoria Metcalfe-Hough and Lydia Poole with Sarah Bailey and Julie Belanger
Top marks for DRA aid effort
The new policy memorandum issued by the Department for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation – headed by Minister Sigrid Kaag – emphasises the importance of the Dutch national aid effort.
The document also highlights the significant work of the Dutch Relief Alliance (DRA) and secures the alliance’s operations for the coming years. Existing agreements on cooperation and financing with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) remain in place.
Building back better in the aftermath of disaster
Following the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake, the Wenchuan Earthquake Recovery Project helped to restore essential infrastructure, health, and education services, promote disaster risk reduction, and enhance local capacity to manage recovery.
ONE OF THE COSTLIEST AND DEADLIEST EARTHQUAKES IN RECENT HISTORY
Oxfam GB’s Global Performance Framework is part of the organization’s effort to better understand and communicate its effectiveness, as well as to enhance learning for staff and partners. Under this Framework, a small number of completed or mature projects are selected at random each year for an evaluation of their impact, in an exercise known as an ‘Effectiveness Review’. One key focus is the extent to which the projects have promoted change in relation to relevant Oxfam GB global outcome indicators.
The goal of this evaluation is to improve the understanding of the Urban Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) programming carried out in Latin America and The Caribbean, and supported by the United States Agency for International Development's Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (USAID/OFDA). The study focused on eight DRR projects awarded by USAID in Colombia, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, and Peru, between FY2012 and FY2016.
Work stream 1 - Transparency
Aid organisations and donors commit to:
Publish timely, transparent, harmonised and open high-quality data on humanitarian funding within two years of the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul. We consider IATI to provide a basis for the purpose of a common standard.
Make use of appropriate data analysis, explaining the distinctiveness of activities, organisations, environments and circumstances (for example, protection, conflict-zones).