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28 Mar 2017 description
report ACTED

This report was written by ACTED’s AME Unit to provide a snapshot of humanitarian needs and conditions in neighborhoods around Mosul. Data was collected via Key Informant and Observational tools by PIN on Feb 25th

Highlights

  • Markets and shops are functioning, with some items available, however due to a lack of cash in households, high unemployment, and a lack of available jobs, purchasing power is low/poor.

28 Mar 2017 description
report ACTED

This report was written by ACTED’s AME Unit to provide a snapshot of humanitarian needs and conditions in neighborhoods around Mosul. Data was collected via Key Informant and Observational tools by PIN on Feb 14th, 16th & 19th.

Highlights

  • Markets and shops are functioning with some items available, however there is an insufficient quantity of all basic products such as food, NFIs, water etc.

28 Mar 2017 description
report ACTED

This report was written by ACTED’s AME Unit to provide a snapshot of humanitarian needs and conditions in neighborhoods around Mosul. Data was collected via Key Informant and Observational tools by PIN on Feb 23th.

Highlights

  • Markets and shops are functioning, with essential items available, however due to a lack of cash in households, high unemployment, and a lack of available jobs, purchasing power of basic items such as food and NFIs is low/poor.

28 Mar 2017 description
report ACTED

This report was written by ACTED’s AME Unit to provide a snapshot of humanitarian needs and conditions in neighborhoods around Mosul. Data was collected via Key Informant and Observational tools by PIN on Feb 15th.

Highlights

  • Markets and shops are functioning, with food, water, NFIs and other goods available, however due to a lack of cash and jobs, purchasing power is low and these items and goods remain unavailable.

20 Mar 2017 description
report ACTED

This report was written by ACTED’s AME Unit to provide a snapshot of humanitarian needs and conditions in neighborhoods around Mosul. Data was collected via Key Informant and Observational tools on Feb 7th.

Highlights

  • Due to a lack of access to cash, and employment, purchasing power is extremely limited in Al-Akha and as a result access too food, NFIs and medical supplies is restricted.

20 Mar 2017 description
report ACTED

This report was written by ACTED’s AME Unit to provide a snapshot of humanitarian needs and conditions in neighborhoods around Mosul. Data was collected via Key Informant and Observational tools on Feb 7th.

Highlights

  • Due to a lack of access to cash, purchasing power is extremely limited and as a result access to food, NFIs and medical supplies is severely restricted.

20 Mar 2017 description
report ACTED

This report was written by ACTED’s AME Unit to provide a snapshot of humanitarian needs and conditions in neighborhoods around Mosul. Data was collected via Key Informant and Observational tools on Feb 8th.

Highlights

  • Food was deemed the top priority by informants. With shops and markets available within the neighborhood offering staple items and other consumables, the high prices are hindering resident’s food security.

20 Mar 2017 description
report ACTED

This report was written by ACTED’s AME Unit to provide a snapshot of humanitarian needs and conditions in neighborhoods around Mosul. Data was collected via Key Informant and Observational tools by PIN on Feb 22th

Highlights

  • While markets and shops are functional, due to a lack of cash in households, high unemployment, and a lack of available jobs, food is reported as a top community need along with cash and jobs.

20 Mar 2017 description
report ACTED

This report was written by ACTED’s AME Unit to provide a snapshot of humanitarian needs and conditions in neighborhoods around Mosul. Data was collected via Key Informant and Observational tools by PIN on Feb 20th

Highlights

  • WASH needs are deemed the top priority need by most informants, a reflection of the lack of access to clean drinking water for the neighborhood’s residents.

20 Mar 2017 description
report ACTED

This report was written by ACTED’s AME Unit to provide a snapshot of humanitarian needs and conditions in neighborhoods around Mosul. Data was collected via Key Informant and Observational tools by PIN on Feb 23rd.

Highlights

  • Food was noted as the key need for the community with food security being hindered by a lack of sufficient access to staple foods in addition to low/poor purchasing power.

  • Informants note that access to electricity is one of the key priorities, with the current electrical network destroyed.

20 Mar 2017 description
report ACTED

This report was written by ACTED’s AME Unit to provide a snapshot of humanitarian needs and conditions in neighborhoods around Mosul. Data was collected via Key Informant and Observational tools on Feb 7th.

Highlights

  • Due to a lack of access to cash, purchasing power is extremely low and as a result access to food, NFIs and hygiene products is severely restricted.

13 Mar 2017 description
report ACTED

BACKGROUND

The Education in Emergencies (EiE) Response Plan for Afghanistan reports that approximately 3.5 million primary school-aged children were out of school in 2016, with 75% being girls.

03 Feb 2016 description

Background

Five years into a conflict that has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives, conditions confronting civilians in Syria continue to deteriorate, particularly for children and youth. Warring parties continue to violate UN Security Council resolutions and international humanitarian law by deliberately and wantonly attacking civilians and civilian infrastructure, including homes, markets, schools and hospitals leaving a deadly legacy of Unexploded Ordnance.

17 Jul 2015 description
report ACTED

Les évènements qui ont impacté la République centrafricaine depuis décembre 2013 ont été marqué par la diffusion massive d’armes légères et de grenades dans les quartiers de Bangui. Cela représente un facteur sérieux de risques dans un contexte sécuritaire encore volatile, auquel toutes les populations sont exposées. Une explosion involontaire, des jets de grenades parmi les populations ou des enfants jouant avec des munitions trouvées dans des débris sont des scènes fréquentes dans certains quartiers de Bangui.

25 Jan 2008 description
report ACTED

After more than two decades of war, Afghanistan is one of the most mine-affected countries in the world and children are the first victims of these lethal weapons. Because of the indiscriminate nature of these weapons more than 50% of the mine affected victims are children caught unwarily playing outside in mine fields. Today, landmines still kill or severely injure around 60 children per month in this country and the need to reinforce the capacity of communities to ensure children's safety is urgent.