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Iraq: Iraq: Health services status: projects and/or service delivery impacted by the financial gap (17 May 2015)

21 May 2015 - 1:32pm
Source: World Health Organization, UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Health Cluster Country: Iraq

This map represents current health service delivery of international and national organizations serving IDPs, refugees and/or host communities. Health services impacted may include: nutrition supplementation, Primary health care, outbreak detection and management, immunization for children, reproductive health care and family planning, and/or referral care.

Iraq: Iraq: Measles cases by status (Reporting period January to April, 2015)

21 May 2015 - 1:29pm
Source: World Health Organization Country: Iraq

Description

Map is focusing on describing the measles epidemic situation in each health district of Iraq according to cases status, for the first 4 months of 2015. Maps 2, 3, and 4 show a portion of the number of cases while map 1 shows the aggregation of each case by status.

Iraq: Iraq: CCCM Camp Status Map (as of 21 May 2015)

21 May 2015 - 8:26am
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees, CCCM Cluster Country: Iraq

World: World Events - ECHO Daily Map | 18/5/2015

18 May 2015 - 11:36pm
Source: European Commission Humanitarian Aid department Country: Guam, Iraq, Nepal, Northern Mariana Islands (The United States of America), Pakistan, World, Yemen

IRAQ - Conflict
• As of 16 May, Islamic State (IS) launched a complex attack aimed at taking full control of Ramadi; heavy fighting is also reported in the areas of Fallujah and Karmah. IOM’s displacement tracking matrix monitored the displacement of more than 6,500 families.
• The Humanitarian Rapid Response Mechanism was activated, dispatching 5,000 integrated kits to Ameriyat Fallujah and Habbaniyah to serve newly displaced, stranded families. The Ministry of Displacement and Migration provided together with UNICEF partners additional food parcels, water and non-food items. UNHCR has engaged with the Rapid Response Mechanism to monitor protection concerns amongst displaced families.

PAKISTAN - Severe weather
• Heavy rain and hail affected some areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) on 15-17 May, causing deaths and damage.
• Media report at least seven people killed, many other injured and several houses damaged.
• Heavy rain and thunderstorms are still expected in some areas of northern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA over the next 24 h.

NEPAL - Earthquakes
• Latest figures of the Nepalese Government show: 8,604 dead, 16,808 people injured, 490,000 houses destroyed and another 270,000 partially damaged.
• Over the next 24 h, rain and thunderstorms may locally affect some areas of central and eastern Nepal, including the areas affected by the earthquakes, rendering access possibly more difficult.

Guam, Northern Mariana Islands - Tropical Cyclone DOLPHIN
• DOLPHIN, after having passed Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands on 15 May, continued moving over the north-western Pacific Ocean, strengthening.
• Over the next 48 h, it is forecast to move north-east, weakening, and it may reach Ogasawara islands (Japan) on 19 May, as a Typhoon.
• As of 18 May, media reported several unroofed houses and power outages in Guam and Rota (Northern Mariana Islands).

YEMEN - Crisis
• Since 12 May a humanitarian pause has been in place. The pause has held for five consecutive days in Sana’a, the North, Central and West of the country. Large population movements have been reported of people trapped in conflict zones. People are moving out of Sa’ada, and from Aden and Taiz.
• The situation in the cities of Aden and Taiz remains dire.
• ECHO has carried out a visit to Yemen to assess the damage to houses and residential areas; assess the capacity and impact of the conflict on health facilities in Sana’a; visit IDPs in collective centres; and meet with partners active in country. There is a need to re-establish humanitarian presence in the country and scale up the response.

Nepal: World Events - ECHO Daily Map | 18/5/2015

18 May 2015 - 11:36pm
Source: European Commission Humanitarian Aid department Country: Guam, Iraq, Nepal, Northern Mariana Islands (The United States of America), Pakistan, Yemen

IRAQ - Conflict
• As of 16 May, Islamic State (IS) launched a complex attack aimed at taking full control of Ramadi; heavy fighting is also reported in the areas of Fallujah and Karmah. IOM’s displacement tracking matrix monitored the displacement of more than 6,500 families.
• The Humanitarian Rapid Response Mechanism was activated, dispatching 5,000 integrated kits to Ameriyat Fallujah and Habbaniyah to serve newly displaced, stranded families. The Ministry of Displacement and Migration provided together with UNICEF partners additional food parcels, water and non-food items. UNHCR has engaged with the Rapid Response Mechanism to monitor protection concerns amongst displaced families.

PAKISTAN - Severe weather
• Heavy rain and hail affected some areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) on 15-17 May, causing deaths and damage.
• Media report at least seven people killed, many other injured and several houses damaged.
• Heavy rain and thunderstorms are still expected in some areas of northern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA over the next 24 h.

NEPAL - Earthquakes
• Latest figures of the Nepalese Government show: 8,604 dead, 16,808 people injured, 490,000 houses destroyed and another 270,000 partially damaged.
• Over the next 24 h, rain and thunderstorms may locally affect some areas of central and eastern Nepal, including the areas affected by the earthquakes, rendering access possibly more difficult.

Guam, Northern Mariana Islands - Tropical Cyclone DOLPHIN
• DOLPHIN, after having passed Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands on 15 May, continued moving over the north-western Pacific Ocean, strengthening.
• Over the next 48 h, it is forecast to move north-east, weakening, and it may reach Ogasawara islands (Japan) on 19 May, as a Typhoon.
• As of 18 May, media reported several unroofed houses and power outages in Guam and Rota (Northern Mariana Islands).

YEMEN - Crisis
• Since 12 May a humanitarian pause has been in place. The pause has held for five consecutive days in Sana’a, the North, Central and West of the country. Large population movements have been reported of people trapped in conflict zones. People are moving out of Sa’ada, and from Aden and Taiz.
• The situation in the cities of Aden and Taiz remains dire.
• ECHO has carried out a visit to Yemen to assess the damage to houses and residential areas; assess the capacity and impact of the conflict on health facilities in Sana’a; visit IDPs in collective centres; and meet with partners active in country. There is a need to re-establish humanitarian presence in the country and scale up the response.

Iraq: Iraq: CCCM - IDP populations in camps and sites by District - 15 May 2015

15 May 2015 - 4:21pm
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, UN High Commissioner for Refugees, CCCM Cluster, REACH Initiative Country: Iraq

Iraq: Iraq: IDP and Refugee Camp Locations - As of 28 April 2015

13 May 2015 - 7:42am
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees, CCCM Cluster, REACH Initiative Country: Iraq

Iraq: Iraq Kurdistan Region of Iraq, IDP and Refugee Camp Locations - as of 28 April 2015

13 May 2015 - 7:36am
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees, CCCM Cluster, REACH Initiative Country: Iraq

Iraq: Iraq IDP Crisis IOM DTM Ramadi Crisis 10 April to 8 May 2015

10 May 2015 - 1:38pm
Source: International Organization for Migration Country: Iraq

Summary

The DTM Emergency tracking system is a reactive tool aiming to provide real-time displacement estimates from the onset of any large to medium scale displacement events. Initial estimates are gathered through flow monitoring techniques by an array of sources from on the spot visits to transit sites or bottle necks along displacement routes and check points.

Overtime, further verification of data is applied as population figures are collected from the extensive network of key informants used within the wider DTM mechanism.

Iraq: DTM Dashboard - Returnee Tracking (April 25, 2015)

10 May 2015 - 1:35pm
Source: International Organization for Migration Country: Iraq

Iraq: Iraq IDP Crisis IOM (DTM) Dashboard - Displacement Flows, April 25, 2015

10 May 2015 - 1:32pm
Source: International Organization for Migration Country: Iraq

Iraq: Iraq IDP Crisis IOM (DTM) Dashboard - Shelter Group by Displacement Flow, April 25, 2015

10 May 2015 - 1:19pm
Source: International Organization for Migration Country: Iraq

Iraq: DTM Dashboard - Returnee Tracking (April 25, 2015)

10 May 2015 - 1:18pm
Source: International Organization for Migration Country: Iraq

Overview

In response to these observed returnee populations, on 27 March, DTM launched a monitoring system of returnee tracking to enhance the understanding of the population movements across the country. This mechanism runs parallel to the current DTM system in order to identify and collect baseline data of the populations who decided to permanently move back to their place of origin. This map aims to provide the initial findings gathered through the first round of the returnee tracking (27 March to 23 April, 2015). As further rounds are implemented through the coming weeks a comprehensive picture of return trends will be developed while expanding the coverage of the returnee tracking mechanism.

Iraq: Iraq IDP Crisis IOM (DTM) Dashboard - April 26, 2015

10 May 2015 - 1:17pm
Source: International Organization for Migration, Shelter Cluster Country: Iraq