Humanitarian needs and the underlying context in the Republic of Yemen remain largely unchanged since the Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan (YHRP) was published in December 2012. An estimated 13.1 million people require humanitarian aid across the country. Due to access, security, implementation capacity and resource constraints, humanitarian partners are targeting 7.7 million people for the year.
Kenya held its first general elections under the new Constitution in March 2013. The elections were generally peaceful with only isolated incidences of election-related violence. The Government and humanitarian partners had adequately prepared for potential post-election violence through contingency planning and pre-positioning of essential supplies in strategic locations.
Depuis le début de l’année, la situation humanitaire est demeurée globalement préoccupante en République Démocratique du Congo (RDC). Trois faits majeurs ont marqué l’évolution du contexte socio-politique et sécuritaire ayant des répercussions humanitaires.
Chad continues on its path towards stabilisation and sustainable recovery. Peace dividends such as an improved security environment and political stability have reinforced the country’s status as a host nation for people affected by conflict in neighbouring countries in a region marked by political turmoil.