This Situation Report is produced by OCHA Regional Office for Southern and Eastern Africa in collaboration with humanitarian partners. The Situation Report builds on Flash Updates #1 through #15 and provides detailed information on the situation and response by sector. The next report will be issued as of 24 April 2019.
• More than 700 people were relocated from Beira to Guara Guara on 20 and 21 April. The relocations were reportedly organized and orderly, according to the Government and protection partners.
This report is produced by OCHA Cameroon in collaboration with humanitarian partners. It was issued on 15 April. It covers the period from 1 to 31 March 2019. The next report will be issued in early May 2019.
• Acute humanitarian needs continue to be no the increase in North-West and South-West regions, requiring further scaleup of humanitarian assistance and protection
• Three months into the year, humanitarian partners continue to scale up and expand reach, but needs continue to outpace available resources
• The UN and humanitarian partners are closely following up on corroborated reports received of 30 people being injured and hospitalised following violence in the Qasr Ben Ghashir detention center, where some 890 refugees and migrants are located.Efforts are underway for the urgent relocation of all individuals to safer areas.
On 22 April, at 5:15 p.m., a magnitude-6.1 earthquake occurred in northern Philippines, with the epicenter located near Castillejos, Zambales, according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS). The earthquake was tectonic in origin with a depth of 10 km.
Well into the third week of fighting in and around Tripoli, armed conflict continues across multiple areas, including Khallat Farjan, Al-Aziziyah and Ain Zara, south of central Tripoli. A marked increase in precision airstrikes has been reported over the past few days in Abu Salim,
Wadi al-Rabie, alSwani, Ain Zara and in the vicinity of Tripoli International Airport. As a direct result of armed conflict, the humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate.
• The number of internally displaced people living in accommodation centres was 77,003 people across 66 sites in Manica (32); Sofala (26); Tete (5) and Zambezia (3), as of 20 April.
• At least 240 people were relocated from Beira City to Guara Guara on 20 April, where most are temporarily staying in a collective site as they begin to rebuild their homes.
• At least 50 hard to reach areas have been reported in Nhamatanda, Buzi, and Chibabava districts.
1.85M People in need
This report is produced by OCHA Libya in collaboration with humanitarian partners.
Armed clashes and indiscriminate shelling continue to impact multiple locations in and around Tripoli, including Abuselim, AlHadba and Khallet Ferjan inside the southern parts of Tripoli city, and Ain Zara, Souq al-Juma’a and Tajoura districts, east of Tripoli.
This report is produced by OCHA Syria in collaboration with humanitarian partners. It covers the period from 31 March to 17 April 2019. Situation reports on Al Hol camp are published bi-weekly. The next report will be issued around 30 April 2019.
This Situation Report is produced by OCHA Regional Office for Southern and Eastern Africa in collaboration with humanitarian partners.
The Situation Report, which covers the period 17 to 18 April, builds on Flash Updates #1 through #15 and provides detailed information on the situation and response by sector. The next report will be issued as of 20 April 2019.
• Heavy rains and strong winds on 15 and 16 April have damaged roads and shelters in several locations.
Violations of International Humanitarian Law remain of grave concern as indiscriminate attacks against civilians and medical facilities and personnel continue. Indiscriminate violence, particularly rocket and mortar attacks, have occurred in and around Tripoli, increasingly impacting residential areas. These incidents have resulted in at least 83 civilian casualties, including 18 deaths, verified since the start of the conflict. These include four health workers: two doctors and one ambulance driver killed and one doctor injured.
- Plus de 7 000 personnes affectées par les catastrophes naturelles ont bénéficié d’une assistance humanitaire d’urgence depuis le début de l’année 2019
- Avec un HRP financé à 56%, les partenaires humanitaires ont pu atteindre un peu plus de la moitié de leurs objectifs en 2018
- Les activités de préparation à la riposte à la maladie à virus Ebola sont en cours Recrudescence du paludisme au Burundi
A significant number of civilians were able to exit the Khalat al Furjan/Ain Zara areas in the south west of Tripoli on 17 April, accompanied by local evacuation teams. This development came after interventions by the UN, advocating for safe passage of civilians from conflict-affected areas.
Through this humanitarian corridor, first responder teams also assisted people who decided to remain in the affected areas to protect their assets.
This Situation Report is produced by OCHA Regional Office for Southern and Eastern Africa in collaboration with humanitarian partners. The Situation Report builds on Flash Updates #1 through #15 and provides detailed information on the situation and response by sector. The next report will be issued as of 18 April 2019.
• More than 70,610 people remain displaced in 69 accommodation sites across Manica (32); Sofala (29);
Tete (5) and Zambezia (3), as of 16 April.
Elevated water levels in the Tigris River and its tributaries from heavy seasonal rains in late March/early April continue to cause displacement and damage in certain provinces
The Government of Iraq and the Kurdistan Regional Government continue to lead the response, but requests for additional humanitarian assistance in some governorates have been received
Relevant UN agencies undertook an assessment mission to Basra after emerging reports of intensifying flooding in the south of the country
- More than 75,000 children to receive education in emergency services
- Nearly 20,000 people received Yellow Fever vaccine in Sakura, Nzara County
- Food insecurity increases, humanitarians urge for scale-up of aid
- Humanitarian access remained constrained in 2018, impacting aid to people in need
Ce rapport a été produit par OCHA Nord-Kivu en collaboration avec les partenaires humanitaires. Il est publié par OCHA et couvre la période du 8 au 15 avril 2019.
• Rougeole dans la Zone de santé de Kibua, un des deux échantillons testés au laboratoire à Goma déclaré positif
• Mission ERM sur l’axe Tongo-Bambo pour évaluer le déplacement d’environ 14 000 personnes
APERÇU DE LA SITUATION
This Situation Report is produced by the office of the UN Resident Coordinator in Zimbabwe and the OCHA Regional Office for Southern and Eastern Africa in collaboration with humanitarian partners. The Situation Report builds on previous Flash Updates and provides more detailed information on the situation and response. It covers the period from 10 April to 16 April 2019. The next Situation Report will be issued on or around 24 April.
Este informe fue elaborado por OCHA con apoyo de la UMAIC, e información suministrada por socios del Equipo Local de Coordinación (ELC) Córdoba, Defensoría del Pueblo, Unidad para la Atención y Reparación Integral a las Víctimas (UARIV), Personería municipal y autoridades locales de Puerto Libertador.
• Heavy impact on the civilian population, as sustained fighting continues in and around Tripoli.
Displacement is now at the highest level since the crisis started
• UNHCR transferred vulnerable migrants and refugees from Abusliem detention centre in the conflict area. The humanitarian community maintains efforts to ensure safe passage for civilians and medical supplies and services
25,000 people internally displaced by ongoing hostilities
54 civilian casualties confirmed, including 14 civilian deaths