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Madagascar: Madagascar : Rapport de mise à jour n. 15 - Situation d’urgence au Grand Sud et intempéries sur les Hautes Terres, Vendredi 27 février 2015

27 February 2015 - 5:11pm
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, UN Country Team in Madagascar Country: Madagascar

Points saillants

Grand sud :

  • 25% à 55% de déficit de précipitation entre septembre 2014 et janvier 2015 par rapport à la moyenne sur 15 ans.

  • Taux de malnutrition aigue severe (MAS) varie entre 2,3% et 9,2% apres mesure de perimetre brachial chez les enfants moins de 5 ans (<115 mm).

  • 200.000 personnes ont besoin d’une assistance alimentaire immediate pendant trois mois et de relance agricole, dont 40.000 enfants a risque de deterioration nutritionnelle, dont 2.000 enfants sont estimes affectes de malnutrition aigue sévère.

  • 7 districts du Grand Sud de Madagascar sont affectés mais la situation est la plus accentuée dans 3 districts.

  • Les besoins d’une assistance alimentaire de 80.000 personnes, de dépistage actif de la malnutrition aigüe pour environ 40.000 enfants moins de 5 ans, et de fourniture d’eau pour 6.000 ménages ne sont pas couverts.

Intempéries sur les Hautes Terres

  • Entre 25.000 à 30.000 personnes se sont de nouveau déplacées, dont 19.000 à Antananarivo (voire cadre page 4).
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South Sudan: South Sudan Crisis Situation Report No.76 (as of 26 February 2015)

27 February 2015 - 11:11am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: South Sudan, Sudan

Highlights

  • Partners condemned the abduction of 89 children who were taking their exams in Wau Shilluk, Upper Nile State.

  • Partners were responding to cholera in Eastern Equatoria. Since 19 February, there have been no new cholera cases reported.

  • Over 600 people were registered as newly arrived in Yida, Unity State coming from South Kordofan in Sudan - 11 per cent fewer than in the previous week. Of the new arrivals, 65 per cent were women and children.

  • Funding for humanitarian logistics remains low, but the current dry season is a critical opportunity to repair infrastructure and preposition supplies.

4.1 million People to be assisted by the end of 2015

2.5 million People facing crisis/emergency levels of food insecurity Jan-Mar 2015

1.5 million People internally displaced by conflict since December 2013

$529 million Pledged at Nairobi conference for response to South Sudan crisis

Situation overview

During the week, more than 1,000 people were reportedly conscripted in Wau Shilluk in Upper Nile State. They included 89 children abducted while taking their exams. Aid agencies condemned the boys’ abduction and expressed concern that the children will miss their secondary examination if they are not released.

On 26 February, sporadic shootings and armed robberies were reported along the Juba to Yei road in the areas of Bungu and Lainya in Central Equatoria State. Fatalities were reported during the incident. The traffic movement on the road has been affected. Previously, on 21 February, mortar shelling was reported in Renk town, Upper Nile State. Damage to the town is still uncertain. Similar exchange of mortar shells were also reported in Nasir County.

Cattle raids continued in Jonglei, Lakes and Western Bahr el Ghazal states during the week. On 20 February, 200 cattle were taken in Cueibet County, Lakes State. Four people were killed during the raid. On 21 February, there was an attempted raid in Wau County that was repulsed. Another attempted raid took place on 23 February in Jalle Payam in Bor South County. The raiders were repulsed by the communities. 70 cattle were also recovered. Partners estimate the livelihoods of some 80 per cent of the population are based on livestock.

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occupied Palestinian territory: Protection of Civilians Weekly Report | 17 - 23 February 2015

27 February 2015 - 7:44am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: occupied Palestinian territory

Key issues

West Bank

  • Israeli forces kill a Palestinian and injure 24 others.

  • Israeli authorities demolish a structure in East Jerusalem and confiscate construction material for a donor-funded project.

Gaza Strip

  • Israeli forces injure a Palestinian man in the Access Restricted Areas (ARA).

  • Large areas flooded in the middle area.

  • Three children injured by explosive remnants of war.

  • Rafah Crossing between Gaza and Egypt remains closed; no opening since 22 January 2015.

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occupied Palestinian territory: Protection of Civilians Weekly Report | 17 - 23 February 2015

27 February 2015 - 7:44am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: occupied Palestinian territory

Key issues

West Bank

  • Israeli forces kill a Palestinian and injure 24 others.

  • Israeli authorities demolish a structure in East Jerusalem and confiscate construction material for a donor-funded project.

Gaza Strip

  • Israeli forces injure a Palestinian man in the Access Restricted Areas (ARA).

  • Large areas flooded in the middle area.

  • Three children injured by explosive remnants of war.

  • Rafah Crossing between Gaza and Egypt remains closed; no opening since 22 January 2015.

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Democratic Republic of the Congo: Bulletin d'Information Humanitaire - Province Orientale N°5, 24 février 2015

26 February 2015 - 2:53pm
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Faits saillants

  • Mambasa: Retour au calme à Badengaido après une semaine de vives tensions autour de la RFO

  • Plus de 230 cas de méningite enregistrés dans le Territoire d’Aru.

  • Plus de 450 enfants encore présents dans les groupes armés.

Aperçu de la situation

La situation sécuritaire est restée volatile cette semaine à Badengaido, dans le Territoire de Mambasa et dans le Sud Irumu à la suite des vives tensions observées entre les gardiens de la Réserve de Faune à Okapis (RFO) appuyés par les Forces armées de la République démocratique du Congo (FARDC) pour déguerpir les orpailleurs et d’autres exploitants miniers après une décision des autorités provinciales suspendant toutes les activités minières dans l’Ituri.

La société civile de Mambasa déplore des blessés et des arrestations de civils. Plus de 50.000 personnes (Orpailleurs et leurs dépendants) seraient concernées par cette mesure de suspension. Une mission composée des sections substantives de la MONUSCO, des agences des Nations Unies et d’ONG est planifiée cette semaine, dans la zone.

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Democratic Republic of the Congo: Bulletin d'Information Humanitaire - Province Orientale N°5, 24 février 2015

26 February 2015 - 2:53pm
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Faits saillants

  • Mambasa: Retour au calme à Badengaido après une semaine de vives tensions autour de la RFO

  • Plus de 230 cas de méningite enregistrés dans le Territoire d’Aru.

  • Plus de 450 enfants encore présents dans les groupes armés.

Aperçu de la situation

La situation sécuritaire est restée volatile cette semaine à Badengaido, dans le Territoire de Mambasa et dans le Sud Irumu à la suite des vives tensions observées entre les gardiens de la Réserve de Faune à Okapis (RFO) appuyés par les Forces armées de la République démocratique du Congo (FARDC) pour déguerpir les orpailleurs et d’autres exploitants miniers après une décision des autorités provinciales suspendant toutes les activités minières dans l’Ituri.

La société civile de Mambasa déplore des blessés et des arrestations de civils. Plus de 50.000 personnes (Orpailleurs et leurs dépendants) seraient concernées par cette mesure de suspension. Une mission composée des sections substantives de la MONUSCO, des agences des Nations Unies et d’ONG est planifiée cette semaine, dans la zone.

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Yemen: Yemen: Monthly Humanitarian Update Western Governorates (Hajjah, Al Hudaydah, Al Mahwit and Raymah) January 2015

26 February 2015 - 2:57am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Yemen

Highlights

  • On 16 January, police raided several backyards in Sharefa, Khoddor and Khadra areas of Haradh District where migrants from the Horn of Africa were detained, and freed 138 people (50 women, six minors and 82 men). Most had been tortured. Six human traffickers were arrested.
  • WHO reported that diarrhoea cases in Al Mazraq IDP camps dropped during the last quarter of 2014. Islamic Relief Yemen (IRY), the UNHCR partner that manages the camps, reported that water supply had improved to16 litres per person per day.
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Sudan: Sudan: Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 08 | 16 - 22 February 2015

25 February 2015 - 7:45am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: South Sudan, Sudan

HIGHLIGHTS

  • By 22 February, aid agencies identified over 41,000 new IDPs in Darfur. This includes 37,000 new IDPs in North Darfur and another 4,000 people in Central Darfur.

  • Aid agencies continue to provide new IDPs in North Darfur with assistance; however, sanitation challenges remain in several locations.

  • An inter-agency mission was conducted in South Kordofan’s, which hosts an estimated 88,800 IDPs and close to 9,000 South Sudanese refugees.

  • Some 600 new South Sudanese refugees arrived over the past week. There are now some 121,400 South Sudanese refugees in Sudan.

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Democratic Republic of the Congo: Bulletin d'Information Humanitaire - Province du Nord-Kivu N°06/15, 24 février 2015

25 February 2015 - 7:00am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo

Faits saillants

  • Des enlèvements et tueries des civils continuent dans les territoires de Beni, Lubero et Walikale.

  • Environ 50 000 personnes vulnérables bénéficient d’une assistance en eau, hygiène et assainissement dans le Territoire de Beni.

  • Plus de 1 000 nouveaux déplacés enregistrés cette semaine dans le Masisi.

Aperçu de la situation

La situation au Nord-Kivu reste marquée par l’activisme de groupes armés dont les attaques et accrochages récurrents dans les territoires de Beni, Lubero et Walikale poussent les civils à fuir pour se protéger.

Au nord de Beni, une dizaine de personnes ont été enlevées dans la zone de Matukaka alors qu’elles se rendaient au champ. Selon des sources locales, d’autres enlèvements ont eu lieu à Mayangose, à l’est de la ville de Beni. Depuis octobre 2014, les civils sont constamment pris pour cibles dans le Territoire de Beni par des miliciens armés. Plus de 250 personnes ont perdu la vie lors de ces attaques et plus 50 000 ont fui leurs localités. Par ailleurs, dans le Territoire de Walikale, une partie des habitants de la localité de Bukumbirwa (au nord-ouest de la cité de Walikale) a trouvé refuge dans les localités de Buleusa, Kanune et Miriki. Ces personnes ont fui les affrontements le 17 février entre des miliciens des Forces démocratiques de libération du Rwanda (FDLR) et ceux du groupe Nduma Defence of Congo (NDC). Des exactions graves contre des civils ont été rapportées lors de ces affrontements, dont des tueries, pillages et incendies des maisons.

Dans le Territoire de Masisi, des tensions intercommunautaires persistent à Kitchanga où trois personnes ont été tuées et quatre autres blessées le 19 février lors d’une attaque attribuée à une communauté rivale. Des tensions intercommunautaires sont à la base des mouvements forcés de populations.

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Chad: Tchad: Personnes arrivées dans la région du Lac - Rapport de situation no 05 (21/02/2015)

24 February 2015 - 7:24am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Chad, Nigeria

Faits saillants

  • Suite à l’attaque de Ngouboua par Boko-Haram le 13 février, prѐs de 5 000 déplacés internes sont partis vers Baga-Sola.

  • Plus de 15 000 réfugiés sont arrivés du Nigéria depuis le début de l’année 2015, dont près de 500 nouveaux réfugiés comptés entre le 8 et le 18 février 2015.

  • Selon les sous-préfets de la region du Lac, 8 500 retournés Tchadiens du Nigéria et 14 500 déplacés internes sont comptés dans la région.

  • La sécurité alimentaire et les moyens d’existences des communautés locales sont affectés par les conséquences économiques de la fermeture de la frontière et de l’afflux de population, qui a mené dans certaines localités, à une hausse des prix sur le marché de 50%.

8 353 réfugiés enregistrés. (Source: CNARR et HCR, 18/02/15)

3 681 refugies sur le site de Dar-es-Salam. (Source: CNARR et HCR, 18/02/15)

8 500 retournés Tchadiens du Nigéria. (Source: autorités locales, 18/02/15)

14 500 déplacés internes (Source: autorités locales, 18/02/15)

6 855 personnes estimées bloquées sur les îles en attente de transfert et assistance. (Source: CNARR et HCR, 18/02/15)

116 Enfants non accompagnés/ enfants séparés. (Source: UNICEF, 17/02/15)

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Bolivia (Plurinational State of): REDLAC Nota Semanal sobre Emergencias - América Latina y el Caribe - Año 8 - Volumen 393

24 February 2015 - 4:10am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Bolivia (Plurinational State of), Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru

Destacados

  • LLUVIAS INTENSAS: El número de personas afectadas por inundaciones ha aumentado a 92,890 en Bolivia y 83,878 en Perú.

  • SEQUÍA: Más de dos millones de personas en Centroamérica están afectadas por una prolongada sequía y requieren ayuda alimentaria. La inseguridad alimentaria moderada y severa afecta a Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador y Nicaragua.

  • ACTIVIDAD SÍSMICA: Se registró un sismo de 6.3 grados Richter en el estado de Jalisco, México. No se han reportador víctimas, ni daños de consideración.

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Bolivia (Plurinational State of): REDLAC Nota Semanal sobre Emergencias - América Latina y el Caribe - Año 8 - Volumen 393

24 February 2015 - 4:10am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Bolivia (Plurinational State of), Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru

Destacados

  • LLUVIAS INTENSAS: El número de personas afectadas por inundaciones ha aumentado a 92,890 en Bolivia y 83,878 en Perú.

  • SEQUÍA: Más de dos millones de personas en Centroamérica están afectadas por una prolongada sequía y requieren ayuda alimentaria. La inseguridad alimentaria moderada y severa afecta a Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador y Nicaragua.

  • ACTIVIDAD SÍSMICA: Se registró un sismo de 6.3 grados Richter en el estado de Jalisco, México. No se han reportador víctimas, ni daños de consideración.

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Bolivia (Plurinational State of): REDLAC Weekly Note on Emergencies - Latin America & the Caribbean - Year 8 - Volume 393

24 February 2015 - 4:05am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Bolivia (Plurinational State of), Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru

Highlights

  • HEAVY RAINS: The number of people affected by floods has increased to 92,890 in Bolivia and 83,878 in Peru.

  • DROUGHT: More than 2 million people in Central America are affected by a prolonged drought and require food assistance. Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua are affected by moderate and severe food insecurity.

  • SEISMIC ACTIVITY: A 6.3 degree earthquake (Richter) occurred on 22 February in Jalisco, Mexico. Neither damages nor victims were reported.

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Bolivia (Plurinational State of): REDLAC Weekly Note on Emergencies - Latin America & the Caribbean - Year 8 - Volume 393

24 February 2015 - 4:05am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Bolivia (Plurinational State of), Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru

Highlights

  • HEAVY RAINS: The number of people affected by floods has increased to 92,890 in Bolivia and 83,878 in Peru.

  • DROUGHT: More than 2 million people in Central America are affected by a prolonged drought and require food assistance. Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua are affected by moderate and severe food insecurity.

  • SEISMIC ACTIVITY: A 6.3 degree earthquake (Richter) occurred on 22 February in Jalisco, Mexico. Neither damages nor victims were reported.

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Ukraine: Ukraine: Situation report No.28 as of 20 February 2015

23 February 2015 - 5:15pm
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Ukraine

Highlights

● More than a million people have been displaced within Ukraine, while indiscriminate shelling continues in the east of Ukraine despite the ceasefire.
● Clashes have subsided in Debaltseve and many civilians emerging from bunkers are in urgent need of assistance.
● On 19 February, a UN inter-agency convoy delivered 62 metric tons of humanitarian aid to Donetsk.
● The Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) will launch the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) on 24 February. Funding is urgently needed for humanitarian operations. The revised HRP amounts to $316 million.

1 million registered IDPs Source: Ministry of Social Policy

Situation Overview

While the 15 February ceasefire led to a considerable decrease of hostilities in most parts of eastern Ukraine, in Debaltseve and other locations clashes continued. In Debaltseve fighting waned on 19 February, the day after the Government of Ukraine withdrew military personnel and equipment. For the first time in many weeks, people came out of hiding in cellars and bunkers, where they had very limited access to sanitary facilities, water, heating, electricity or food. Teams visiting the area – which reportedly hosts as many as 5,000 civilians - indicate that food, non-food items and medical aid are priority needs. Similar situations are reported across the whole disputed area where parties to the conflict are clashing and where approximately two million people live, including half a million people estimated to be living for a protracted period underground because of shelling.

In the vicinity of Donetsk airport, residents describe the situation as extremely difficult, with no water or electricity supply for the past two months. The entire area has suffered damage. Residents get water from damaged pipes and what falls on the street is collected. Food is generally available, and there is one small market.

Meanwhile, many people continue to flee cities and towns along the contact line. As of 16 February, the government reports 1,042,066 registered IDPs across the country. Displacement has emptied cities and towns of people. Before the conflict started, the population of Horlivka was 276,000 people; the current population stands at approximately 180,000 residents. The city of Dokuchaievsk had 30,000 residents and now just 8,000 people remain (1,200 people are under the age of 3). The town of Krasnohorivka had a population of 16,000 before the outbreak of hostilities. The town is now estimated to have a population of 4,000-5,000 people. Across Ukraine, out of 725,011 IDP families only 39 per cent have registered to receive state financial aid. Registration continues to be an issue for many, as – despite the inclusion of some new villages of origin in the list – some IDPs cannot register as such because their locations of origin are not recognized as a dangerous locality for civilians by the Government. Lack of registration means inability of many to access social benefits. Meanwhile, on 18 February, the Parliamentary Committee for Human Rights held a public hearing dedicated to IDP issues, and resulted in two proposed laws: the draft laws 2166 and 2177 which, if passed, will allow for speedier IDP registration, positive changes with regards to freedom of movement, easier access to pensions, and a right for compensation for damaged abandoned property.

Out of 807,921 pensioners who applied to the Pension Fund to receive their pensions in the place of their temporary residence, 250,163 have not managed to register by 1 February 2015 (as required under the Resolution 637), thus facing the risk to remain without their income. The situation for older people in non-government control areas of Donetsk and Luhansk continues to worsen. Not receiving pensions for many months, they struggle to satisfy basic needs. The situation in remote rural areas and areas with active military conflict is especially alarming. Access to food and medicine is almost non-existent for many immobile older people in age category over 70 years of age. Evacuation from social care institutions is particularly difficult as many patients, mostly elderly, have not consented to evacuation. High numbers of bedridden persons who require special assistance or transportation also remain in conflict-affected areas. Members of armed groups have on several occasions stated that they will not allow the evacuation of people from such institutions to Government controlled areas.

Since 28 January, 9,476 people (including 2,131 children and 304 persons with disabilities) have been reportedly evacuated with the help of the State Emergency Service, local authorities, civil volunteers and on their own from the endangered areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions. Due to permanent shelling of residential areas of Debaltseve and neighbouring villages as well as the mining of roads, no organised evacuation of civilians from these places was conducted by the Ukrainian authorities since 8 February. On 18 February, the GoU reported that there is no electricity, water, or central heating in Avdiivka and Debaltseve.

Reports about civilian casualties from Debaltseve are still pending. Since the beginning of the conflict in mid-April 2014 and until 19 February 2015, at least 5,793 people (including 63 children) were killed and 14,595 (including 169 children) were wounded in the east of Ukraine.1 On top of the injuries, the top most reported morbidity causes in the conflict-affected area are cardio-vascular diseases, and diabetes. Conflict area hospitals have tremendous need of trauma care medicines and consumables2, laboratory reagents and diagnostic supplies, haemodialysis consumables and oncology medicines, as well as medical professionals and food.

While activities to provide assistance to IDPs in Government areas are being stepped up, on 19 February, the United Nations delivered 62 metric tons of humanitarian aid to Donetsk. This includes essential hygiene items, warm clothes, blankets, condensed milk powder, drinking water, and medical supplies procured by UNHCR, UNICEF, and WHO.

From 16-18 February, the Humanitarian Coordinator (HC), Mr. Neal Walker visited the conflict-affected regions of Slovyansk, Kramatorsk, including several IDP collective centres in the Kharkiv oblast. The HC spoke with many IDPs that recently fled conflict affected areas. He also held several meetings with state authorities. The discussions focused on the increasing and urgent humanitarian needs, challenges and the UN’s inter-agency efforts to boost assistance for the humanitarian crises.

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Ethiopia: Ethiopia Weekly Humanitarian Bulletin, 23 February 2015

23 February 2015 - 10:44am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Ethiopia, Sudan

Key Issues:

  • DRMFSS/ENCU called on nutrition partners to start new or expand existing emergency nutrition interventions based on the newly released nutrition hotspot woreda list.

  • 23,646 people in drought-affected Legahida and Salahad woredas of Nogob zone (Somali region) await water trucking support.

  • The Somali region WaSH Cluster is completing a rapid assessment to verify the reported acute water shortages in Deka Siftu woreda of Liben zone.

  • UNICEF requires an additional US$ 4.6 million to cover the funding gap to procure RUTF for the management of severely malnourished children in 2015.

  • FMoH needs an additional $24.5 million to cover costs for the planned national measles vaccination campaign in 2015.

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Iraq: Iraq Crisis Situation Report No. 32 (14 – 20 February 2015) [EN/AR]

22 February 2015 - 8:50am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Iraq

Highlights

  • US$150.3 million needed for Fast-Track Priorities from the Iraq Strategic Response Plan

  • Measles outbreak reported at Arbat Camp

  • Growing concern over humanitarian conditions in al-Baghdadi

  • Water trucking reaches 100,000 beneficiaries in Anbar towns

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Iraq: Iraq Crisis Situation Report No. 32 (14 – 20 February 2015) [EN/KR/AR]

22 February 2015 - 8:50am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Iraq

Highlights

  • US$150.3 million needed for Fast-Track Priorities from the Iraq Strategic Response Plan

  • Measles outbreak reported at Arbat Camp

  • Growing concern over humanitarian conditions in al-Baghdadi

  • Water trucking reaches 100,000 beneficiaries in Anbar towns

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Iraq: Iraq Crisis Situation Report No. 32 (14 – 20 February 2015)

22 February 2015 - 8:50am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Iraq

Highlights

  • US$150.3 million needed for Fast-Track Priorities from the Iraq Strategic Response Plan

  • Measles outbreak reported at Arbat Camp

  • Growing concern over humanitarian conditions in al-Baghdadi

  • Water trucking reaches 100,000 beneficiaries in Anbar towns

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Iraq: Iraq Crisis Situation Report No. 32 (14 – 20 February 2015)

22 February 2015 - 8:50am
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Iraq

Highlights

  • US$150.3 million needed for Fast-Track Priorities from the Iraq Strategic Response Plan

  • Measles outbreak reported at Arbat Camp

  • Growing concern over humanitarian conditions in al-Baghdadi

  • Water trucking reaches 100,000 beneficiaries in Anbar towns

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