Le contexte humanitaire au Burundi s'est légèrement amélioré depuis le début de 2018 mais la situation reste cependant précaire notamment avec un niveau élevé de vulnérabilité. Le nombre de personnes en insécurité alimentaire est passé de 2,6 millions en juillet 2017 à 1,67 million en avril 2018 (15% de la population). Des facteurs climatiques favorables et par conséquence une amélioration de l’accès à l’alimentation sont les principaux facteurs de cette amélioration.
WFP declared a pre-emptive L3 Emergency in the Sahel region on June 6, 2018.
Distributions for June are as follows:
o Burkina Faso reached 108,767 people with food assistance
o Chad reached 397,503 people with food assistance in June
o Mali reached 625,931 people during June distributions
o Mauritania completed distributions for 102,511 people in June
o While Niger assisted 591,850 people.
A. Situation analysis
Description of the disaster
- 18/05/2018: notification of 3 suspected cholera cases from Guirviza Health Area (HA) in the Health District (HD) of Mayo Oulo of which 2 were confirmed by the Centre Pasteur of Cameroon(CPC) annex of Garoua.
- 13/07/2018: confirmation of the case of HJY by isolation vibrio cholerae 01 serotype Inaba in CPC Yaounde
- 17/07/2018: Notification of a suspected case at the Military health sector No 2 and the Health districts of Deido in Douala
Overall 53 cases, 3 regions in epidemic
Fifty-nine access incidents were reported in June, with the majority (66 per cent) occurring in Unity, Western Bahr el Ghazal, Central Equatoria and Jonglei. 68 per cent of the organizations reporting being affected are INGOs and over recent months, incidents involving violence against aid workers and assets have remained the majority, at around 60 per cent. Again this month, aid operations in Western Bahr el Ghazal have continued to be impeded by blockages and bureaucratic challenges – a situation which has persisted since the start of 2018.
In June 2018, thousands of people were forced to flee their homes due to hostilities in several parts of the Country. In Central Equatoria, about 20,700 IDPs were reported in Yei town- this follows fighting in several locations in Yei County and nearly 3,100 people were displaced from Kupera to Lainya following harassment and looting by armed elements. In Western Equatoria, some 18,500 IDPs were registered in Tambura; they fled fighting in Nagero, Nagero County.
I. FAITS SAILLANTS
18/05/2018: notification de 03 cas suspects dans l'Aire(AS) de Guirviza (District de Santé (DS) du Mayo Oulo dont 2 confirmés par le Centre Pasteur du Cameroun (CPC) annexe de Garoua
13/07/2018: confirmation du cas de HJY par culture au CPC pour le vibrio cholerae 01 sérotype Inaba
17/07/208: notification d'un cas suspect à l'hôpital militaire de Région No2 de Douala, DS de Deido, Région du Littoral
Au total 53 cas, 3 Régions en épidémie
Today MSF runs 468 projects in 71 countries. Over the years, our medical humanitarian organisation has expanded from a small group of doctors and journalists to a global movement with almost 40,000 staff. However, after 47 years of operations, our fundamental mission and values remain unchanged: to provide essential medical care for those who need it most, regardless of race, religion or political affiliation.
Our operations in Palestine are not as large as those in some other countries, however, they have always been significant.
• A total of 224 health facilities submitted weekly reports of epidemic-prone diseases in week 27.
• Total number of consultations decreased from 55,343 in week 26 to 51,625 in week 27.
• A total of 257 alerts were received. 33 of these alerts were confirmed as true alerts in week 27.
• The highest numbers of diseases reported in week 27 were other acute diarrhoeas (2,486 cases), influenza like illness (1,342 cases) and severe acute respiratory illness (1,173 cases).
Gaza, 19 July 2018 – In response to increasing violence in Gaza, WHO is scaling up its response by providing life-saving medicines and medical supplies to hospitals and frontline trauma stabilization points. Since the start of demonstrations on 30 March, 148 Palestinians have died and 16 496 have been injured. To date, 500 000 emergency and trauma patients have been treated with supplies from WHO’s recent delivery of medicines, assistive devices and medical equipment.
The latest figures provided by the Ministry of Health (MoH) indicate that 4 Palestinians were killed, including 3 children and 424 were injured by Israeli forces from 12th to the 16 th July.
2 people were killed (including one child) and 399 people were injured from the mass demonstration.
An additional 2 children were killed and 25 were injured as a result of Israeli air strike at Al-Kateeba area west Gaza on the 14th July.
Amélioration de la situation alimentaire dans le Territoire de Mambasa.
Articles ménagers, eau, éducation d’urgence au profit de 50 000 personnes à Djugu.
Aperçu de la situation
- UN’s Central Emergency Response Fund allocates US$15 million to support the scale-up of assistance for the Gedeo-West Guji displacement crisis in Ethiopia.
UN’s Central Emergency Response Fund allocates US$15 million to Ethiopia
• Confirmed diphtheria case-patients still reporting from the camps.
• Overall, AWD trend remains stable.
• Number of Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) case-patients reporting increases than previous weeks but overall trend remains stable.
• Introduction of injury segment in the Event-Based reporting form.
• Other diseases and clinical syndromes remain within the previous level W28 2018 | Highlights
VDPVs from environmental samples
No new cVDPV2 isolate. The date of collection of most recent positive environmental sample was on 17th May 2018
No new cVDPV3 isolate. The date of collection of most recent positive environmental sample for cVDPV3 in Somalia was on 19th April 2018
In 2018, a total of 10 cVDPV2 and seven (7) cVDPV3 viruses have been isolated from environmental samples compared to two (2) VDPV2s and 0 VDPV3 in 2017
HIGHLIGHTS (JUNE 2018) OF ADAMAWA STATE HEALTH SECTOR HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE
Emergency Manager’s visit to Adamawa State to support the cholera outbreak response
110 Community Health Champions; WHO collaboration with the school of Health Technology Mubi for Risk Communication
Ongoing Cholera outbreak in Mubi North and Mubi South LGA of Adamawa State
Updates on the Operational Health Sector Working Group meeting (OHSWG) and MOFCOM Meeting in Mubi North LGA
Epidemiological updates of diseases
I. SITUATION OVERVIEW
19 July 2018
At 3:00 AM today, the center of Tropical Storm "INDAY" was estimated based on all available data at 840 km East of Basco, Batanes (19.4°N, 129.9°E) with maximum sustained winds of 65 km/h near the center and gustiness of up to 80 km/h. Moving almost stationary. Southwest Monsoon affecting Luzon.
FORECAST WEATHER CONDITIONS:
P-au-P, 18 juil. 2018 [AlterPresse] --- Des organisations de droits humains nationales et internationales continuent de réclamer de l’Organisation des Nations Unies (Onu) une indemnisation significative des victimes du choléra en Haïti.
L’Onu semblerait uniquement favoriser des solutions communautaires pour les victimes sans un plan d’action pour explorer les paiements individuels, critiquent-elles, dans une lettre en date du 16 juillet, adressée au secrétaire général des Nations Unies, Antonio Guterres.