In northern Nigeria, years of conflict between the military and armed opposition groups known as Boko Haram have taken a heavy toll on the population. According to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs more than 1.7 million people have been internally displaced by fighting in the northeastern states of Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe. Of these, 78 percent are in Borno.
A. Affected Population (TAB A)
A total of 167,485 families / 790,065 persons were affected in 1,173 baranqays in regions MIMAROPA, VII, IX, X, XI, XII, ARMM and CARAGA due to TY "VINTA".
Of which, a total of 4,252 families / 20,515 persons are currently being served inside 27 evacuation centers (ECs) and 4,470 families / 22,464 persons outside the evacuation center.
17 January 2018 – The United Nations Mission in the troubled Central African Republic, known by its French acronym, MINUSCA, has given armed groups in the north of the country 48 hours to clear out.
The Mission wants to clear a 50 kilometre perimeter around the town allowing displaced persons to return.
Over the last three weeks, some 60,000 people – mostly women – left everything behind to escape clashes between the armed groups Justice Riot (RJ) and the National Movement for the Liberation of the Central African Republic (MNLC).
WASHINGTON, January 16, 2018 — The Board of Executive Directors today endorsed a new World Bank Group Country Engagement Note (CEN) in support of the Republic of South Sudan’s development objectives.
The CEN which will cover the next two years was informed by extensive consultations with key stakeholders. To maximize the impact of interventions, the CEN was designed keeping in mind the comparative advantage of the World Bank vis-a-vis those of other development partners engaged in South Sudan.
- Distritos ubicados en La Libertad, Puno y Junín soportaron una lluvia extrema en las últimas 24 horas
Los distritos de Cachicadán (La Libertad); Juli (Puno); Huachac y El Tambo (Junín), soportaron en las últimas 24 horas una precipitación extrema al alcanzar acumulados de lluvia de 60, 40.7, 30.9 y 28.5 milímetros de agua por día, respectivamente, informó el SENAMHI al COEN DEFENSA.
Cooperación internacional ha sido clave para la prevención y reducción de la desnutrición aguda, restitución de la identidad y protección de derechos de la niñez y adolescencia damnificada, así como para el acceso a agua segura.
Direct attacks by Boko Haram resulted in violence against local communities (village chiefs, civilians, including young boys and girls reported to have been attacked or abducted).
Measles continues to spread in Ukraine, with new cases now being reported in all oblasts and Kyiv. These cases are the latest in an expanding outbreak that affected over 3 000 people and claimed the lives of 5 children and adults in 2017.
17 January 2018
Not for the first time in its proud history, UNRWA faces a formidable challenge in upholding its mandate – an expression of the will of the international community - and preserving key services like education and health care for Palestine Refugees.
With support from the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), UNICEF provided safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene messages to 23,563 drought-affected people in five districts. Since the start of the DFID-funded programme in July 2016 and up to December 2017, a total of 131,267 people (51 per cent female) gained access to WASH services in 45 communities, 34 primary schools and 4 health centres in 5 districts (Berea, Mafeteng,
Thaba Tseka, Quthing and Botha Bothe).
El período número 77 de sesiones del Comité de Derechos del Niño, se lleva a cabo en la sede de Naciones Unidas, con la participación de una delegación de Guatemala, de la cual forma parte el secretario de SESAN, German González, quien presentó los avances en el combate a la desnutrición infantil en Guatemala.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE MONTH December 2017
Continuing cross-border interventions from Turkey and Jordan in 2018
Security Council Resolution 2393 was adopted, renewing the provisions of Resolution 2165 for an additional 12 months. This will enable UNFPA to continue supporting people in need, working with implementing partners through cross-border interventions from Turkey and Jordan.
UNFPA delivers aid to previously unreached Sheikh Maqsoud in Aleppo
• Près de 35 000 déplacés dans le Territoire du Lubero suite aux tensions intercommunautaires
• Inquiétude sur la contagion de la peste dans le bétail
Aperçu de la situation
En dépit d’une situation d’accalmie à travers l’ensemble du Nord-Kivu, de nouveaux affrontements entre les groupes armés d’une part et les opérations des FARDC d’autres part ont été enregistrés dans les territoires de Rutshuru et Lubero.
The international humanitarian aid organisation, which has saved and transformed the lives of more than 110 million people https://www.islamic-relief.org.uk/savinglives worldwide, was founded in 1984 by Dr Hany El-Banna and fellow students from the University of Birmingham in response to the famine in Africa.
A. Situation analysis
Description of the disaster
Effects of inter-communal violence that broke out in Ituri region of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in December 2017; including abductions and killings in North Kivu resulted in mass displacement and flight of Congolese through Uganda’s South-Western border points in Bunagana, Kisoro district and Lake Albert in Hoima district.
On 3 January 2018, Pakistan granted Afghan refugees in Pakistan a residence extension until the end of January. This is the shortest extension ever given to Afghan refugees in Pakistan and raises concerns of imminent large-scale forced returns. Some 1.39 million Afghan refugees are registered in Pakistan, as well as an estimated one million unregistered Afghans. If returns are enforced, it is likely to have a major impact on shelter, protection, and food needs. However, previous deadlines have been threatened but not enforced, reducing the probability of the risk.
17 January 2018
ATHENS, Greece/UNITED NATIONS, New York – Over two years ago, Greece became the centre of a refugee and migration crisis, with hundreds of thousands of people streaming into the country, many of them risking death to escape war, persecution and deprivation. In 2016 alone, some 173,000 people arrived in Greece, overwhelming local communities and resources.
Jerusalem, 17 January 2018
I am deeply concerned about the significant reduction in funding for UNRWA, which is critical to the provision of humanitarian assistance in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt). Some 2.5 million Palestinians in this area, or about half of the population, need humanitarian aid, including 1.4 million Palestine refugees, who are among the most vulnerable groups in the oPt. The reduction is particularly worrying against the backdrop of an overall decline in humanitarian funding in the oPt in recent years.
Sanyora, 35, is a divorced single mother, living with her six children and her brother at her parents’ home in Beit Lahia, north Gaza. Divorce in Gaza comes at a steep price. “I wouldn’t have had the courage to ask for a divorce without the support of my father. He gave away almost all of his savings earned as a fisherman to cede my rights and financially compensate my husband.” Divorced women are frowned upon by society, suffer from stigma and are often discriminated against in the workplace.
Depuis le début de l’année, 915 personnes ont été enregistrées au site de Borgop. Au 31 décembre 2017, la population totale de réfugiés centrafricains s’élève à 11.561 personnes. 60% de la population a moins de 18 ans et les femmes/filles représentent 30%.
Les besoins prioritaires de Borgop sont l’accès à l’état civil (acte de naissance), le renforcement des infrastructures scolaires pour le primaire et le suivi des élèves au secondaire, la réponse pur les adolescents (14-17 ans) non scolarisés, et la promotion des programmes d’autonomisation des réfugiés.