At 30 November 2017, there were 1301 people in immigration detention facilities, including 988 in immigration detention on the mainland and 313 in immigration detention on Christmas Island.
A further 454 people were living in the community after being approved for a residence determination and 19,907 were living in the community after grant of a Bridging Visa E.
At 31 December 2017, there were 1285 people in immigration detention facilities, including 958 in immigration detention on the mainland and 327 in immigration detention on Christmas Island.
A further 448 people were living in the community after being approved for a residence determination and 19,590 were living in the community after grant of a Bridging Visa E.
145.7 M required for 2018
17.3 M contributions received, representing 12% of requirements
128.4 M funding gap for South East Asia
All figures are displayed in USD
91.1 M required for 2018
10.8 M contributions received, representing 12% of requirements
80.3 M funding gap for the Myanmar Situation
All figures are displayed in USD
161.1 M required for 2018
12.6 M contributions received, representing 29% of requirements
148.5 M funding gap for the Nigeria Situation
248.7 M required for 2018
18.2 M contributions received, representing 29% of requirements
230.5 M funding gap for West Africa
The purpose of the Road Map is to demonstrate the commitment of IFRC in Africa to realizing its ambitious plans to accompany National Societies in their development and delivery of services. The Road Map is not a strategic or operational plan. It summarizes the rationale for its strategic and operational plans and provides key milestones on the way to success. The Road Map compliments the IFRC’s Global Strategy 2020 and aligns its contributions in Africa to the SDGs.
73.6 M required for 2018
3.2 M contributions received, representing 4% of requirements
70.4 M funding gap for the Mali Situation
Ce document couvre les activités du mécanisme de mise en œuvre du New Deal en 2016. Depuis la création du Mécanisme en 2014, plusieurs pays du g7+ ont réalisé des progrès significatifs, et de nouveaux pays ont commencé la mise en œuvre comme la Guinée et la Guinée-Bissau qui ont reçu en 2016 le financement du Mécanisme. L'année dernière a été, pour un certain nombre de pays du g7+, une période de reconstruction, de relèvement suite à nombreux chocs récurrents.
This document covers activities of the New Deal Implementation Support Facility in 2016, its third year of full operation. Since inception of the Facility in 2014, many G7+ countries have made significant progress, including new additions, Guinea and Guinea-Bissau receiving Facility funding in 2016. Last year was a period of reconstruction, recovery and coping with recurrent shocks for a number of G7+ countries.
Fifty-year-old Abdul Malek AlNajjar is one of over 355,000 internally displaced people who had to leave their homes in Homs city due to the conflict that raged in the city.
Almost 900,000 people have been displaced since September in Oromia-Somali region due to conflict. There is limited humanitarian response. IDP children are particularly impacted by the crisis: over 84,000 children do not have access to education and up to 14,000 have been separated from their families. 120,000 under-5 children and 20,000 pregnant and lactating women are in need of nutrition assistance.
A real surprise greeted children attending the Um Algean school in a small mountain village of Nertiti in Darfur at the beginning of the school year. After years in temporary spaces, the old straw and clay had been replaced by eight spanking new classrooms, complete with chalk boards, chairs and desks, boy and girl latrines, and drinking water.