Resultados del Reporte 2017
ACERCA DEL REPORTE | Antecedentes & Contenidos
Este reporte ha sido diseñado para ayudarle a entender e interpretar fácilmente los resultados de la Encuesta de Protección de la Niñez de World Vision 2017. En este reporte usted verá los resultados para El Salvador.
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World Vision has denounced an armed offensive against internally displaced people that has evicted thousands on the outskirts of the Somali capital, Mogadishu.
Aid workers and witnesses reportedly saw armed forces using bulldozers and large vehicles to destroy shelters, schools and other assets at the end of last month. Most demolished properties housed families who have fled fighting and drought in parts of the country.
• Drought conditions remain critical: Due to drought, water stress is acute, milk production and livestock prices are well below normal, and livestock mortality is rising in the following counties: Garissa, Isiolo, Kajiado, Kilifi, Laisamis, Narok, Samburu (East), Tana River, and Wajir (South and West).
Par Hannah Powell Losada
Burundi - Egide* est un riziculteur d'un village rural de l'ouest du Burundi. Chaque soir, il retourne chez lui après de longues heures de travail dans les champs. Mais il y a une nuit qu'il n'oubliera jamais.
By Hannah Powell Losada
Burundi - Egide* is a rice farmer from a rural village in western Burundi. Each evening he travels back to his home after many long hours of working in the fields. But there’s one night he’ll never forget.
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On 14 and 15 December EU Heads of State are expected to discuss the internal and external dimension of the EU’s migration policy. Instead of proposing policies that represent only the lowest common denominator between member states, the EU should put forward a principled agenda that addresses migration in both a humane and effective way. European leaders should leverage the attention to migration and displacement to promote global policies that are deeply embedded in a strong humanrightsagenda.
10 DECEMBER (COX’S BAZAR/YANGON) -- In commemoration of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on 10 December, the international relief NGO World Vision calls on individuals, organisations and governments to help ensure refugees in Bangladesh are honoured their basic rights as humans.
On 23 November, the Government of Bangladesh announced a bilateral agreement to start repatriating refugees, most who identify as Rohingya, to Myanmar.
Monday, November 27 – With 7 million children affected by the crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo, now is the time for the EU and its Member States to step up their support. They need to go beyond pushing for elections and instead investing in addressing the needs of one of the world’s most vulnerable populations.
World Vision’s DRC Director Scott Lout said: “A massive humanitarian crisis has been unfolding in the Congo almost unnoticed. The scale and brutality of what is happening to children in hard to reach places in the DRC is almost unimaginable.”
COX’S BAZAR/ YANGON, 25 NOVEMBER 2017 -- Following the recent release of a Bangladesh foreign ministry statement announcing an agreement with the Government of Myanmar to start repatriating refugees who had fled violence in Myanmar back home within two months, World Vision calls on both governments to respect the right of all refugees to return in a safe, voluntary and dignified manner in line with international humanitarian standards.
• 19 million cases recorded in last 3 years, country’s population only 11.5 million
• Children most vulnerable
• High-res photos available here
BUJUMBURA – More than six million cases of Malaria have been recorded in Burundi this year, and up to a million more children are at risk of getting the disease before Christmas, World Vision warns today.
Burundi, which has a population of just 11.5 million, is entering its third month of seasonal rain.
World Vision commits to support early recovery efforts for Marawi as thousands of its displaced families start returning to the city.
"We will continue to stand with the people of Marawi, especially with the children who are at the heart of our response," assures Rommel Fuerte, World Vision's national director in the Philippines.
In coordination with the government, local partners and the conflict-affected communities, World Vision continues its humanitarian efforts to address the evolving needs of the affected people.
Insecurity situation and sporadic fighting in in Jonglei and Upper Nile States generated significant new IDP caseloads. Thousands of displaced populations are reported taking refuge in Nyirol, Ulang and Maiwut counties, some of them are also reported crossing the border to Ethiopia seeking protection and humanitarian assistance. The cluster partners are responding to the needs of new caseloads while access remains an added challenge hampering the response.
Eight of Australia’s major humanitarian organisations have issued a joint plea for urgent funds to help more than a million people who have fled extreme violence in Myanmar.
The new initiative is a reflection of the severity of the situation in Myanmar and Bangladesh—the fastest growing refugee crisis in the world.
The mass movement of people to the Cox’s Bazar region of Bangladesh has become increasingly desperate.
The undersigned INGOs welcome the organization of the first regional conference on stabilization for the Lake Chad Basin and the involvement of all present actors to find long-term solutions to the current humanitarian, security, political and socioeconomic crisis in the region.
Les ONGI signataires de cette déclaration accueillent avec enthousiasme l’organisation de la première conférence régionale sur la stabilisation dans le Bassin du Lac Tchad et l’implication de tous les acteurs présents pour trouver des solutions de long-terme à la crise sécuritaire, humanitaire, politique et socio-économique que traverse la région.