MOGADISHU, Somalia, 17 July 2018 – The European Union (EU) is contributing an additional €5 million in humanitarian support, towards UNICEF’s response, which will provide lifesaving health, nutrition, water, sanitation, education and protection services to children caught in the ongoing crisis in Somalia.
• A total of 146 new cases AWD/cholera were reported in week 28 compared to 151 cases week 27.
• 66% (97) cases were reported from flood affected regions of Lower Shabelle, Middle Shabelle and Lower Jubba regions
• No new death was reported in week 28 compared to no deaths reported in week 27
• A cumulative total of 5,880 cases including 40 deaths have been reported since December 2017
• The new AWD/cholera cases reported in Beletweyne started in December 2017.
Uganda is currently hosting the highest number of refugees in the country’s history, and is receiving simultaneous emergency influxes from South Sudan, DRC and Burundi.
The number of South Sudanese refugees in Uganda has exceeded one million, and the daily arrival rate remains high. Arrivals from DRC have risen since Late December 2017.
Chronic underfunding of the refugee response is threatening humanitarian organisations’ ability to continue delivering lifesaving and critical assistance*.
Acute diarrhoea in Deir-ez-Zor, Syria
An increase in number of cases of acute diarrhoea cases was reported from Deir- ez-Zor governorate in Syria since March 2018. As of 24th June 2018, a total of 578 cases including 12 related deaths (case fatality rate—CFR: 2.07%) were reported to WHO.
The Gu rainy season has ended and food security has improved significantly compared to the 2016/2017 drought.
Flooding (March-June) and cyclone Sagar (May) affected over one million persons and temporarily displaced 274,000 persons.
Monitoring agencies expect most IDPs will remain in need of emergency humanitarian assistance through 2018.
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Updates on achievements
Over 819,000 Somalis are living outside their county as asylum-seekers and refugees. The majority (767,500) live in neighbouring countries of Ethiopia (256,000), Kenya (255,500) and Yemen (256,000). UNHCR strives to find durable solutions for Somali refugees to enable them to rebuild their lives either in the country of asylum, resettle to a third country or by supporting voluntary return. So far, UNHCR has assisted 83,669 refugees to return to Somalia in safety and dignity from nine different countries of asylum.
From the editors
NOUAKCHOTT, 21st July, 2018 (WAM) -- The Sheikha Fatima Global Humanitarian Campaign for Treating Women and Children has launched a pilot operation of its field hospital in Mauritania, under the guidance of H.H. Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, Chairwoman of the General Women's Union (GWU), President of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, and Supreme Chairwoman of the Family Development Foundation (FDF).
On 5 and 6 October 2017, a group of 30 armed men attacked three police stations in Mocimboa da Praia in Mozambique’s northern Cabo Delgado province. Two police officers and 14 militants were killed. A week later, a police unit was again targeted, this time along the Mocimboa da Praia-Palma route. Over the following months, the organised attacks on state forces increasingly gave way to violence against civilians by uncoordinated militant cells along the coast, from Mocimboa da Praia to the Palma, Nangade and Macomia districts (see Figure 1).
Trump administration to allow some 500 Somali immigrants to remain in the US for at least another 18 months.
Washington said it arrived at the decision considering the "ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary conditions" in Somalia.
Somalis in the US were first deemed eligible for the special status in 1991 when their country erupted into civil war.
By KEVIN J KELLEY
The ECDC Communicable Disease Threats Report (CDTR) is a weekly bulletin for epidemiologists and health professionals on active public health threats. This issue covers the period 15-21 July 2018 and includes updates on cholera, chikungunya, dengue, Vibrio growth in the Baltic Sea and West Nile virus.
535.730 réfugiés en RDC.
99,3% des réfugiés en RDC vivent dans des zones rurales.
781.697 réfugiés de la RDC en Afrique.
Travail avec les partenaires
535,730 refugees in DRC.
99.3% of refugees in DRC live in rural areas.
781,697 DRC refugees in Africa.
Working with Partners
Origin of refugees
SOUTH SUDAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONG BURUNDI SOMALIA
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