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14 Dec 2018 description

Humanitarian organisations in Yemen congratulate parties to the conflict on the cooperation and persistence that have led to the most positive agreements seen for Yemeni civilians in more than three years. These represent a significant step on the road to real and lasting peace in Yemen and could have a transformative impact on a humanitarian crisis affecting millions of people.

13 Dec 2018 description

Since 2013, South Sudan has been plagued by armed conflicts marked by widespread sexual violence, forced displacements and food insecurity. The Norwegian Refugee Council calls for full implementation of the revitalized peace agreement.

“For every year the fighting continues, people become increasingly vulnerable. Leaders of conflicting parties must now ensure full implementation and earnest commitment to the revitalized peace process to bring a final end to this brutal conflict,” said Country Director for the Norwegian Refugee Council Rehana Zawar.

10 Dec 2018 description

Three years after the Iraqi town of Sinjar was recaptured from Islamic State group, the Yazidis have begun to return. The town is in ruins and the population has largely been left to its own devices. The Norwegian Refugee Council is the only international humanitarian organisation with a permanent presence in the town.

09 Dec 2018 description

Nobel Peace Prize: Stronger efforts needed to prevent sexual violence in war

"This long overdue prize must be the beginning of a strengthened effort to protect women and men against sexual violence and abuse in wars and to ensure that those who commit what is pure war crimes are held accountable. In too many conflicts, sexual violence is being used as a barbaric weapon of war, in breach of international laws and with the victims of these crimes suffering in silence.

07 Dec 2018 description

Summary

As of September 2018, close to 240,0001 mostly Somali refugees reside in Dadaab refugee complex. With continued conflict, instability and drought, causing new displacement in Somalia as well as reduced humanitarian funding in Dadaab, there is need to strengthen the knowledge of future return intentions and movement patterns of the refugee population. Since May 2017, REACH has worked with the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) on developing tools and methodologies for data collection in the three camps of Dadaab refugee complex (Dagahaley, IFO, Hagadera).

05 Dec 2018 description

INTRODUCTION

La commune de Lafia est l’une des cinq communes du cercle de Tombouctou, dans la région de Tombouctou. Elle est située au sud du chef-lieu de cercle, et elle est limitée à L’ouest par la commune de Dagha cercle de Diré, au sud par la commune de Haribomo à l’est par la commune de Séréré cercle de Gourma-Rharous et au nord par la commune de Bourem Inaly. A titre illustratif, les cinq communes qui composent le cercle de Tombouctou sont : Tombouctou, Bourem Inaly, Alafia, Ber et Lafia.

05 Dec 2018 description

INTRODUCTION

Le cercle de Bourem est une collectivité territoriale du Mali dans la région de Gao. Il compte 5 communes : Bamba, Bourem, Taboye, Tarkint et Téméra. Les communes concernées sont Bamba et Bourem qui est le chef-lieu de cercle. Les organisations qui interviennent dans la commune sont Action Contre la Faim, NRC, CRF/CRM, OXFAM, UAVES…etc.

04 Dec 2018 description

International NGOs working in Yemen welcome the upcoming political consultations in Sweden. After almost four years of conflict in Yemen, up to 14 million people – 50 per cent of Yemen’s population - do not know where their next meal will come from. An estimated 85,000 children under five are presumed to have died from extreme hunger or disease since 2015.

28 Nov 2018 description

INTRODUCTION

Boni est le chef-lieu de la commune de Haïré dans le cercle de Douentza et la région de Mopti. Il se situe à 90km du chef-lieu du cercle sur la route nationale numéro seize (RN 16). Elle fait frontière au Sud par la commune de Dallah, au Nord par la commune de Hombori, à l’Est par la commune de Mondoro et le Burkina Faso et à l’ouest par la commune de Gandamia. Sa population est estimée à 29 741 habitants (RGPH 2009).

28 Nov 2018 description

INTRODUCTION

La région de Gao est la septième région administrative du Mali. Elle est limitée au sud-est par la région de Ménaka, au nord par la région de Kidal et à l’ouest par la région de Tombouctou. Elle est composée de trois cercles à savoir : Ansongo, Bourem et Gao.

Le cercle de Gao est composé de 7 communes à savoir :

28 Nov 2018 description

While international governments meet in Geneva this week to discuss progress and development in Afghanistan, thousands of children remain at risk and out of school due to the ongoing conflict.

Since April, at least ten schools have been damaged and occupied by military forces in Afghanistan's Faryab province. Nine of which were occupied by Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) and one by armed opposition groups.

27 Nov 2018 description

INTRODUCTION

La commune de Lafia est l’une des cinq communes du cercle de Tombouctou, dans la région de Tombouctou. Elle est située au sud du chef-lieu de cercle, et elle est limitée à L’ouest par la commune de Dagha cercle de Diré, au sud par la commune de Haribomo à l’est par la commune de Séréré cercle de Gourma-Rharous et au nord par la commune de Bourem Inaly. A titre illustratif, les cinq communes qui composent le cercle de Tombouctou sont : Tombouctou, Bourem Inaly, Alafia, Ber et Lafia.

21 Nov 2018 description

While the number of persons fleeing intercommunal violence, armed groups' activities, and military operations is rising in central and northern Mali, humanitarian agencies are unable to provide emergency relief to starving women and children after running out of funds.

20 Nov 2018 description

Regional government asks aid agencies to scale up emergency response to the humanitarian crisis.

Over 200,000 people fled ethnic conflict to camps in the Somali region of Ethiopia since July. This pushes the total to over 700,000 that fled inter-communal violence in recent years, according to the latest Displacement Tracking Matrix for Ethiopia. Most came from the Oromia region. Overall nearly 1.1 million people are displaced in the Somali region when other causes such as drought and flood are included.