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Hurricanes Irma and Maria & other topics - Daily Briefing (9 October 2017)
Description: Daily Press Briefing: Antigua & Barbuda Dominica, Bangladesh, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Humanitarian Aid, Iraq, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Mali, Agriculture, Food Security, Press Conference Today Briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesperson for the Secretary-General HIGHLIGHTS ----------------------- -IN ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, DOMINICA, SECRETARY-GENERAL APPEALS FOR INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY IN WAKE OF HURRICANES -NUMBER OF ROHINGYA REFUGEES IN BANGLADESH REACHES 519,000 – U.N. RELIEF WING - TWO PEACEKEEPERS KILLED IN ATTACK AGAINST U.N. BASE IN D.R. CONGO’S NORTH KIVU - U.N. EMERGENCY RESPONSE FUND REACHES ANNUAL FUNDING GOAL OF $450 MILLION, MORE NEEDED FOR 2018 - FIGHTING ENDING IN IRAQ’S HAWIJA BUT U.N. CONCERNED OVER SAFETY OF CIVILIANS - U.N. SENIOR RELIEF OFFICIAL TO VISIT UKRAINE - U.N. AGENCY AND KYRGYZSTAN DEVELOP FOOD INSECURITY WARNING SYSTEM - THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN AT RISK IN MALI AMID NUTRITION CRISIS - UNICEF - RURAL AREAS KEY TO ECONOMIC GROWTH IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES – U.N. REPORT - SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES INVESTMENT IN FOOD SECURITY, RURAL DEVELOPMENT TO BUILD RESILIENT COMMUNITIES Full Highlights: https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/noon-briefing-highlight?date%5Bvalue%5D%5Bdate%5D=9%20October%202017
  09 Oct 2017   14m54s 11 293 0
Mensaje Afectación Lluvias Cartago
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  29 Sep 2017   1m16s 5 665 0
Hurricane Response Update from Puerto Rico: September 27, 2017
Description: DONATE: http://bit.ly/2fv0MH4 An update on the situation in Puerto Rico from Dr. Rob Fuller, a member of International Medical Corps' Emergency Response Team on the ground.
  28 Sep 2017   49s 1 98 0
Elmo and Grover help Fiji children forget about Tropical Cyclone Winston
Description: Fiji, Ra Province, Rakiraki. Children affected by Tropical Cyclone Winston have been given a unique opportunity to forget about their problems through a Fiji Red Cross puppet show using Sesame Street monsters. New Zealand puppeteer Chris Lynch visited 1000 children in some of the worst hit schools in the western division of Fiji – entertaining as well as passing on health and safety messages.
  26 Apr 2016   4m6s 22 1969 0
Deadly hurricane, tropical storm combine in Mexico
Description: Tropical Storm Manuel blasts Mexico's Pacific coast while Hurricane Ingrid creeps toward eastern states, triggering rain, landslides and floods that have killed at least 20 people. Duration: 00:41
  16 Sep 2013   42s 3 1959 0
How are ECHO and Oxfam helping during Hurricane season 2013?
Description: 27/6/2013 - Did you know that a new hurricane season started on 1 June? For 2013, 18 meteorological phenomena have been predicted, of which 10 could become hurricanes and the rest could be tropical storms. In 2012, Tropical Storm Isaac caused severe damage in Dominican Republic, especially to homes, water and sanitation systems and agriculture. ECHO was there with its humanitarian partners to help those affected by Isaac. The humanitarian response included the distribution of short-cycle seeds, in order to restore the production capacity as soon as possible, ensuring food security, and the rehabilitation of basic infrastructure damage by tropical storm. In this video in Spanish, produced by our partner Oxfam, you can hear the beneficiaries first-hand account of the damages they suffered and how they participated in the response. http://ec.europa.eu/echo/aid/caribbean_pacific/caribbean_en.htm
  27 Jun 2013   12m23s 2 269 0
After Typhoon Bopha
Description: UNICEF reports on how, amidst the destruction left by Typhoon Bopha, children are starting to adjust to their new realities. For more information, visit: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/philippines_67092.html
  02 Jan 2013   3m52s 10 834 0
Phillipines: One year after typhoon Ketsana
Description: One year after the island nation of the Philippines was lashed by Typhoon Ketsana, the survivors are still struggling to rebuild their lives. In the immediate aftermath, the European Union was quick to respond and provided €9 million in emergency assistance through the European Commission's Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO). While basic humanitarian aid was delivered rapidly, finding shelter for the survivors proved more difficult. By March 2010, some 25,000 people were still being housed in evacuation centers. ECHO therefore provided a further €4 million in June 2010 for additional shelter.
  01 Oct 2010   2m52s 0 249 0
Hurricanes: How to build a safer wooden house
Description: This film shows how to build a safer shelter and serves as tutorial on hurricane resistant techniques. Versión Española http://youtu.be/u-3EYV7QX6k More information: http://www.ifrc.org/hurricanes/ French Red Cross: http://www.croix-rouge.fr Jamaica Red Cross: http://www.jamaicaredcross.org Related video Hurricane Dean housing reconstruction project: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDZZzTcmTyw Related video: how to build a bamboo shelter:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCKBBidLmCk Year: 2008 Duration: 13 minutes 46 seconds
  14 Nov 2008   13m47s 900 364641 0
English - Beating the hurricane: How are Cubans prepared to face hurricanes?
Description: Cuba has become expert in protecting its citizens against the impact of tropical storms. The secret to their success: education and a system that relies on clear communication between the Met Office, Civil Defence and the media. Despite being one of the poorest countries in the Caribbean, the people of Cuba are among the best prepared against hurricanes. Every year the whole country takes part in a two-day training session in risk reduction for hurricanes, complete with full simulation exercises and dramatic rescue operations, which allow the evacuation of people in a record time.
  25 Sep 2007   7m35s 27 21915 0