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13 Apr 2015 description
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  • Outbreak of conflict in the east of Ukraine leads to civilian deaths and displacements

  • Close to 15,000 Syrian Armenians have come to Armenia since the start of the war in Syria

  • UN concerned about the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh and the rights of the displaced living in Azerbaijan.

  • INFORM - the first global, open-source tool for measuring the risk of humanitarian crises and disasters.

2014: a year of conflict

31 Dec 2013 description
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  • In 2013, countries in the Caucasus and Central Asia saw a dramatic drop in the incoming aid.

  • Only 1 per cent of the aid received by the region was provided directly to the affected government and the rest was channeled through non-governmental organizations and United Nations agencies.

  • Outgoing humanitarian aid from the Caucasus and Central Asia continues to decline with the region giving just $1 million in aid during the reporting period.

22 Jul 2013 description
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• In the second quarter of 2013, countries in the Caucasus and Central Asia receive $7 million in humanitarian aid

• Sweden and Russia are the largest donors to the region

• In the region, only Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan provide aid between April and June 2013

• Global humanitarian community needs $13 billion to help 73 million people in 24 countries

31 Jul 2012 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • In April – June 2012, the region received $15 million in humanitarian funding.

  • Figures on Uzbekistan’s and Tajikistan’s outgoing aid released by governments

  • Unusually high number of disasters hit the region

After a long winter, a series of disasters

Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan hit by above-average number of disasters