ECDC launched the HEPSA (Health Emergency Preparedness Self-Assessment) tool, in order to support countries in improving their level of public health emergency preparedness. The tool is worksheet-based and is targeted at professionals in public health organisations responsible for emergency planning and event management.
Overview of Flood, June 2018
Rise of water levels in all rivers in the northeastern part of the country due to heavy rainfalls started from June 12, 2018 as well as water flow from the upstream hills have led to the inundation of low-lying areas of 14 upazilas under Moulvibazar and Sylhet districts. It has created a situation of disruption in normal lives of the people.
UNHCR has received 6,520 Yemeni refugees in Somalia since the breakout of the conflict in Yemen in 2015, out of which 137 arrived in April (534 in 2018) by boat to the ports of Berbera and Bossaso.
Yemeni refugees are registered in UNHCR’s ProGres database by UNHCR or government counterparts to record and verify persons of concern. Registration also serves as a tool to determine the needs and protection assistance required for persons of concern.
During the month of April the main driver that has impacted the operation’s context was flash and riverine floods.
The flash and riverine floods affected around 427,000 persons and left 199,000 displaced in southern and central part of the country.
The monitoring agencies predict that the Gu rains will continue and possible causing flash and riverine floods.
Early Gu rains caused floods
Ongoing fuel shortage across Sudan hindering refugee operations.
Delayed site extensions for refugee camps in East Darfur.
Heavy rains damage shelters and refugee school in South Kordofan.
OVER 2,600 SOUTH SUDANESE REFUGEES ARRIVE IN MAY – Decreasing new arrival flows continued through May, with 2,641 refugees arriving to East Darfur, White Nile, West Kordofan and South Kordofan. This brings total new arrivals in 2018 so far to 20,327.
• Suite au lancement du HRP 2018 en mars 2018, peu de contributions ont été reçues à ce jour et la communauté humanitaire fonctionnant en réponse à la crise du Pool est confrontée à un déficit de ressources. Les opérations d'assistance ont été considérablement réduites malgré les besoins croissants et plus diversifiés des populations touchées par le conflit.
Following the launch of the HRP 2018 in March 2018, few contributions have been received to date and the humanitarian community operating in response to the Pool crisis is facing a critical resource shortfall. Assistance operations have been significantly scaled-down despite the increasing and more diversified needs of conflictaffected populations.
Better indicators for children in DPR Korea but challenges persist, new data on the situation of children and women shows
GENEVA, 20 June 2018 – New data offering a snapshot into the lives of children and women in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea shows slight improvements but persistent challenges.
Rift Valley fever a disease that mainly affects livestock.
More than 20 goats in the Tana Delta have been affected by the outbreak.
Residents have also been encouraged to use mosquito nets.
By STEPHEN ODUOR | RUSHDIE OUDIA
The outbreak of Rift Valley Fever has hit Tana River County leading to a quarantine in Dhidhe Ade.
More than 20 goats in the Tana Delta have been affected by the outbreak.
This monthly digest comprises threats and violence as well as protests and other events affecting the delivery of and access to healthcare. It is prepared by Insecurity Insight from information available in open sources. All decisions made, on the basis of, or with consideration to, such information remains the responsibility of their respective organisations.
Threats and violence affecting emergency care
Middle-East and North Africa
Occupied Palestinian Territories
1. Aperçu de la situation
The Wau PoC area adjacent to UNMISS was established in June 2016, following violence in Site location and around Wau town, making it the most recently established PoC in South Sudan. In April 2017, an outbreak of violence resulted in a major influx, at which point IOM conducted an exercise to biometric register IDPs for food assistance, which recorded the population at 39,156. As of May 2018, the population now stands at 20,373.
The Wau collective sites were established in June 2016 following violent clashes in and around Wau town. Currently there are four Collective Centers, Cathedral, Nazareth, Lokoloko and St. Joseph. Since then the protection centres have been protecting thousands of people. A fifth collective site, ECS was established in February 2017 hosting IDPs mainly from Jur River following clashes in the area. In April 2017, all IDPs were evicted from ECS and the site closed, with some IDPs being moved to Masna, 7km south of Wau town.
Key updates, May 2018
Due to the upcoming elections, 5 health facilities are used as polling centres, which will negatively affect the provision of services.
In May, 10 attacks on health care were reported. These included closure of 6 health facilities, 3 incidents of looting of equipment and supplies, one health worker killed and one more detained by AGEs.
Health Cluster partners are responding to a drought that affects the northern region. Up to 2.2 million people may be affected by food insecurity.
53 undocumented Afghans returned from Pakistan
16,915 undocumented Afghans returned from Iran
15,379 total returns from Pakistan since 01 Jan 2018
337,194 total returns from Iran since 01 Jan 2018
72% of returnees from Pakistan (38 individuals) assisted
1.2% of returnees from Iran (207 individuals) assisted
98 Unaccompanied Migrant Children (UMC) from Iran assisted
16 Medical Cases (MC) from Iran assisted
A. SITUATION ANALYSIS
Description of the disaster
Le présent rapport a été établi en application de la résolution 46/182 de l’Assemblée générale, dans laquelle l’Assemblée a prié le Secrétaire général de lui faire rapport chaque année, ainsi qu’au Conseil économique et social, sur la question de la coordination de l’aide humanitaire d’urgence. Il fait également suite à la résolution 72/133 de l’Assemblée et à la résolution 2017/14 du Conseil. Le présent rapport porte sur la période allant du 1er janvier au 31 décembre 2017.
Zanzibar, Tanzania: June 19, 2018: D-tree International has been awarded more than $6 million from Fondation Botnar and the Human Development Innovation Fund (HDIF) to work with the Zanzibar Ministry of Health and key partners to roll out a national digital community health system to improve maternal, newborn, and child health services. In Zanzibar, community health workers will be empowered with digital technology to manage care for families, pregnant women and children, building on the Ministry of Health and D-tree International’s award-winning Safer Deliveries program.
During the month of May 2018, 11,466 persons from South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Burundi and other countries, arrived in Uganda—the majority from South Sudan.
Refugees from South Sudan report fleeing primarily out of fear of being killed by fighters from either side of the conflict inside the country, while those from DRC report violence related to the upcoming elections as main reason for departure.