At the end of Sept, 6/18 partners (1 UN, 5 INGO) and 8/31 HRP projects are funded.
West Bank/East Jerusalem
81 households have received a shelter response in 2017; 3 cases are pending. Demolition or confiscations of all structures have affected 6,205 people so far in 2017.
Consolidation and upgrading
2,730 shelters in located in Area C need rehabilitation and upgrading in order to meet Minimum Standards and provide adequate protection to occupants.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
OVERALL SEVERITY OF NEEDS WITH PEOPLE IN NEED
POPULATION WITH ADEQUATE SHELTER
INTENSITY OF CONFLICT CASELOAD
POPULATION'S ABILITY TO REPAIR SHELTER
POPULATION HOSTING OTHERS
POPULATION'S ABILITY TO PAY RENT
APPENDIX: SUB-DISTRICT INDEX AT GOVERNARATE LEVEL
This document provides an overview of responses to the Global Shelter Cluster (GSC) online survey, conducted in preparation for the annual GSC Meeting. Findings are based on a total of 106 responses, as of 26 September 2017.
The climate in Yemen varies greatly depending on the geographical region. During the winter season, the country experiences coolness, with frequent frost. The range of temperature can go from 22°C (72°F) during the highest temperature in winter, into below 0°C (32.0 °F) at its coldest. Rain is brought in by the southwest winds. Rainfall, which comes in irregular heavy torrents, averages 130 millimetres (5.12 in) annually.
Funding update - Of the 33.4 MUSD required for the shelter/NFI humanitarian response as set out in the Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Requirement Documents, 17.2 MUSD have been mobilized (51.5%), in addition to 1.8 MUSD carried over from 2016.
UNHCR has secured the approval to conduct a household-level country-wide NFI needs assessment.
The activity is the first large scale attempt to gather data at household-level throughout the country. This level of detail will help UNHCR acquire a more comprehensive and accurate depiction of the humanitarian situation of its people of concern. Other sector partners are also participating in this month-long activity.
There are more internally displaced persons in DRC than any other country in Africa. Provinces in eastern, southern, and central DRC are subject to complex episodes of violence and conflict between government forces and different militia groups. Continuous cycles of new acute crises displace hundreds of thousands of families, often leaving them with little access to basic shelter and essential household and personal non-food items (NFI).
In order to support management of the humanitarian response in Ethiopia, sectors have identified a set of response and contextual indicators. The monthly data provided against those indicators by the sectors has been visualized in the following infographics.
These visuals will help understand how the drought response is progressing and identify where issues are developing so that proactive measures can be taken.