WHO-WMO Brief on Health and ENSO
The joint World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and World Health Organization (WHO) Climate and Health Office has issued a briefing paper about health and the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) as part of a wider WHO effort to review the current health risks and responses of the El Nino event in high risk countries.
13 millones de personas han sido afectadas por desastres a lo largo de 2015.
Un estudio de ACNUR identifica a la violencia y la falta de protección por parte de las autoridades como causa de la huida de muchas mujeres desde El Salvador, Guatemala,
Honduras y México.
El Niño durante 2015 ha sido considerado entre los más fuertes desde 1950 y varios países e instituciones regionales han implementado medidas para enfrentar sus efectos negativos.
13 million people were affected by disasters during 2015.
A study conducted by UNHCR points to violence and lack of protection by the authorities as reasons of why women are fleeing El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico.
El Niño in 2015 has been considered among the strongest since 1950 and several countries and regional institutions implement measures to address its negative effects.
Environment policy: Climate issues saw mix of highs and lows
Earthquake jolts Islamabad, parts of K-P
The immorality of an earthquake
Call to create awareness on disaster risk reduction
Raising concerns: Rawalpindi hospitals still receiving dengue patients
Protecting environment: Senate panel suggests ban on plastic bags, bottle
High-level meeting: Police officials directed to check sensitive places
2016 will be year of elimination of terrorism: Gen. Raheel
By , Jessika Bohr
The momentum generated in the last days, weeks and months around the importance of tackling climate change should now be put to use to serve the most vulnerable children – those who bear the brunt of climate change today. This is very evident in the East Asia and Pacific region, the world’s most disaster prone region.
Frightening tremors: Midnight quake jolts city, wakes up people
Disaster Management: Private sector’s help sought in building resilience
Solid waste management: key to avoid dengue fever outbreak in future
PM directs provinces to ensure safe environment for children
‘Environmental issues holds back actualization of South Asia’s growth Potential’
Health Deptt plans strategy to avoid dengue fever outbreak next year
Donors’ help sought in rehabilitation of Chitralis
Environment mainly to blame for cancer
Experts urge importance of mental health in disaster situations
Coastal areas prone to climate change implications
Hospitals waste damaging environment: Expert
Solar-powered tubewells revive farming in drought hit Soan valley
CTD to target 'women's wing' of Islamic Stateinspired group in Karachi
Say no to guns: ‘Elite class’ blamed for widespread arms culture
In the People’s Republic of China (PRC), the incidence of natural disasters—particularly water-related disasters—are on the rise, resulting in an increased exposure to and vulnerability of the population to disasters.
KP CM pledges to rehabilitate infrastructure of quake, flood-hit areas
Is a discussion on climate change even relevant to a third world country like Pakistan?
Floods and earthquake damages stands at $40m in KPK: PDMA
Awareness drive on clean environment
Volunteers to be inducted for disaster management in Mansehra
Climate change threatens food security globally
Earthquake jolts parts of Pakistan, Tajikistan and India
Over 500 suspects arrested in KP police operations
Timely assistance: Solar plants provided to Chitral hospitals
NDMA provides 1,875 tents to earthquake victims
Pakistan most vulnerable country for disasters of climate change
Call for women protection in disasters
Motorists advised to be extra careful during foggy weather
Dealing with disaster: Exhibition focuses on damage limitation
Dengue becomes all season disease in Karachi, 121 more cases surface in a week
Sipah tribe agrees to hand over wanted militants
BALTIMORE, Dec. 1, 2015—Lutheran World Relief, an international NGO working in 35 countries to develop sustainable solutions to poverty and food insecurity, marked #GivingTuesday by releasing its 2016 Early Warning Forecast of regions it is monitoring for potential humanitarian crises over the coming year.
- Pakistan adopting environment-friendly policies to overcome climate degradation: PM
- Minister to raise Pakistan case at climate conference
- What Pakistan needs to do to improve its disaster management
- This air we breathe
- Climate change causing surge in migration: experts
- Earthquake: heirs of 223 dead, 472 injured of KP compensated: NDMA
- Environment: SC dissatisfied with efforts of provinces
- Agencies warn of Da’ishinspired attacks in Punjab
- Nawaz offers France antiterror expertise
Plus d’un demi-milliard d’enfants vivent dans des zones où la fréquence des inondations est extrêmement élevée : 160 millions vivent dans des zones sujettes à de graves sécheresses
Más de 500 millones de niños viven en zonas donde la probabilidad de que ocurran de inundaciones es sumamente alta, 160 millones viven en zonas donde las sequías son extremadamente graves
Children will bear the brunt of climate change: UNICEF
More than half a billion children live in areas with extremely high flood occurrence, 160 million live in high drought severity areas
NEW YORK/GENEVA, 24 November 2015 – More than half a billion children live in areas with extremely high flood occurrence and 160 million in high drought severity zones, leaving them highly exposed to the impacts of climate change, UNICEF said in a report released ahead of the 21st United Nations climate change conference, known as COP21.
Abnormal rainfall patterns during 2014/2015 have contributed to a spike in food insecurity, which is currently affecting at least 27.4 m people regionally (and this excludes Angola, which has yet to publish official figures; and Madagascar, which did not present to SADC, but where 1.9 m people are food insecure, of which 460,000 people are severely so). In Malawi and Zimbabwe, 2.8 m and 1.5 m people are food insecure respectively.
Project snapshot :
Country : Cameroon
Sector : Water and sanitation
AfDB and related financing: ADF grant USD 36.4 million (Phase I); ADF loan USD 30 million
GEF grant of USD 4 million (Phase II)
construction of a 3.5 kilometre canal on the Mfoundi river bed (Phase 1)
construction of a 6-km long drainage canal along the Mfoundi river's main bed, two towpaths and crossings, four 8-km long drainage canals along the tributaries (Phase 2 expected output)
Aperçu du projet :
Pays : Cameroun
Secteur : Eau et assainissement
Financements BAD et associés : Don du FAD de 36,4 millions de dollars EU (Phase I) ; prêt du FAD de 30 millions de dollars EU
Don FEM de 4 millions de dollars EU (Phase II)
construction d'un canal de 3,5 km sur le lit de la rivière Mfoundi (Phase 1)