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.
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2014: a year of conflict
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.
• 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
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