Namibia

Revision of the Flash Appeal for Namibia 2009

Windhoek
29 July 2009

In early 2009 the north-central and north-eastern regions of Namibia experienced torrential rains which caused flooding along most of Namibia’s northern borders.  The water levels of the Cunene, Chobe, Zambezi and Kavango rivers increased dramatically due to the combined effects of rain and water from tributaries originating in Angola and Zambia.  The floods affected 350,000 people (nearly 17% of the country’s population), caused the death of 102 people, and displaced over 13,500 persons. 

Flash Appeal for Namibia 2009

Windhoek
29 July 2009

Revision of the Namibia Flash Appeal 2011 (April - October 2011)

Windhoek
8 August 2011
Flash Appeal: 14 April 2011

Duration: April to October 2011
Affected population
134,219 people, including: 51% women; 2,065 IDPs in camps or evacuation centres
Areas targeted  
Caprivi, Kavango, Kunene,  Ohangwena, Omusati, Oshana,  and Oshikoto Regions
Key target beneficiaries
134,219 people for food aid; 2,065 displaced people in relocation centres; 77,000 people for agriculture; 25,000 children for health and nutrition; 1,000 for CCCM

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

ReliefWeb link
Country Page

 

Namibia Flash Appeal (April - October 2011)

Windhoek
14 April 2011

Duration: April to October 2011
Affected population
100,000 – 200,000 people, including: up to 10% of the population; 51% women; 60,000  IDPs in camps or evacuation centres
Areas targeted by Flash Appeal  
Seven flood-affected regions in the north (Caprivi, Kavango, Kunene, Ohangwena, Omusati, Oshana, Oshikoto) 
Key sectors for response
Health and Nutrition, WASH, Protection, Education, Food Security, CCCM, Coordination

FTS links
FTS Homepage
FTS Appeal Page

ReliefWeb link
Country Page

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