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Mali: Humanitarian Bulletin (October - November 2016)

HIGHLIGHTS More schools are closed in the north and centre of the country compared with last year Food security deterioration at the national level Slight decline in the prevalence of global acute...

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Mali: Bulletin humanitaire, août - septembre 2016

Au sommaire Inondations : plus de18 000 sinistrés p.1 Taux moyen de malnutrition à 30 % depuis 2010 p.2 Rentrée des classes et risque de suspension des repas scolaires p.3 Sensibilisation aux risques...

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Mali: Humanitarian Bulletin (August - September 2016)

In this issue More than 18 000 people affected by floods p.1 Average rate of malnutrition to 30% since 2010 p.2 Back to school and risk of suspension of school meals p.3 Awareness of the risks of...

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Mali: Bulletin humanitaire, juin – juillet 2016

Au sommaire Inondations : 9500 sinistrés p.2 Prévention du paludisme en saison des pluies p.2 Des milliers de vies menacées en période de soudure p.3 Décentraliser la prise en charge de la...

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Mali: Humanitarian Bulletin (June - July 2016)

In this issue 9500 people affected by floods p.2 Preventing malaria during the rainy season p.2 Thousands of lives at risks during the lean season p.3 Decentralizing malnutrition care and treatment...

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Mali: Bulletin humanitaire, avril – mai 2016

Au sommaire Soudure : 3 millions de personnes en insécurité alimentaire p.2 Accès limité à la région de Kidal p.2 Bilan des écoles fermées en raison de l’insécurité p.3 Assistance aux survivants de...

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Mali: Humanitarian Bulletin (April - May 2016)

In this issue Lean season: 3 million people in food insecurity p.2 Limited access to Kidal by air p.2 Status of schools closed at the end of the school year p.4 Assistance to victims of gender based...

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Mali: Bulletin humanitaire, fév. – mars 2016

FAITS SAILLANTS Soudure : 3 millions de personnes seront en insécurité alimentaire Des écoles restent fermées dans le nord et le centre du pays Us et coutumes, facteurs clés de la malnutrition au...

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Mali: Humanitarian Bulletin (February - March 2016)

HIGHLIGHTS Lean season: 3 million people will be food insecure Some schools remain closed in the north and center of the country Customs and traditions, keys factors of malnutrition in Mali Analysis...

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Mali: Bulletin humanitaire, décembre 2015 – janvier 2016

FAITS SAILLANTS Riposte contre la rougeole L'insécurité entraine des fermetures d'écoles au centre Pénurie d’eau dans la région de Kidal Trois fois plus de contraintes d’accès humanitaire en 2015 ...

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Mali: Humanitarian Bulletin (December 2015 - January 2016)

HIGHLIGHTS Measles response Insecurity causes schools to close in the center Lack of water in Kidal region Three times more access constraints in 2015 Response to measles Response is underway against...

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West and Central Africa: Humanitarian Bulletin, December 2015

HIGHLIGHTS Humanitarian partners seek US$2 billion for Sahel response in 2016. 4.5 million people displaced in the Sahel, a threefold increase in two years. Around 4.4 million people in Lake Chad...

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Mali: Bulletin humanitaire, octobre - novembre 2015

FAITS SAILLANTS 2 millions de personnes sont en insécurité alimentaire Plusieurs écoles dans le nord et le centre du pays restent fermées De nouveaux réfugiés maliens sont arrivés au Niger Le Mali,...

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Mali: Humanitarian Bulletin (October - November 2015)

HIGHLIGHTS 2 million people in food insecurity Several schools in northern and central Mali remain closed New Malian refugees have arrived in Niger Mali, a hub for many migrants KEY FIGURES No. IDPs...

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Mali: Bulletin humanitaire, août - septembre 2015

FAITS SAILLANTS • La malnutrition aigüe dépasse le seuil d’urgence dans la région de Tombouctou. • À date, le nombre d’incidents limitant l’accès humanitaire enregistrés en 2015 au Mali est déjà 3...

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Mali: Humanitarian Bulletin (August - September 2015)

HIGHLIGHTS Acute malnutrition exceeds the emergency threshold in Timbuktu region. Incidents limiting humanitarian access in Mali increased threefold in 2015 compared to 2014. Floods affected 14 600...

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Mali: Bulletin Humanitaire, Juin - Juillet 2015

FAITS SAILLANTS • Les personnes déplacées en mai-juin rentrent graduellement. • Augmentation du taux d’absentéisme aux examens de fin d’année dans les régions du nord. • Plus de 54 000 personnes...

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Mali: Humanitarian Bulletin (June - July 2015)

HIGHLIGHTS People who were displaced in May-June are gradually returning home Increased non-attendance rate during yearend examinations in the north More than 54,000 people affected by water scarcity...

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Mali: Bulletin Humanitaire, avril - mai 2015

FAITS SAILLANTS Les derniers affrontements et attaques dans le nord du pays ont provoqué le dé-placement de plus de 59 000 personnes. Augmentation des victimes civiles d’Engin explosifs improvisés...

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