2005

2005 United Nations and Partners: Work Plan for the Sudan

Khartoum
30 November 2004

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Addendum of the Consolidated Appeal for Côte d'Ivoire 2005

Abidjan
17 December 2004

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Appel global pour le Tchad 2005

N'Djamena
11 November 2004

L’évolution de la situation politique au Soudan et l’arrivée massive de réfugiés du Darfour ont eu un impact direct sur la situation démographique, environnementale, politique et sécuritaire du Tchad. 

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Consolidated Appeal for Chad 2005

N'Djamena
20 December 2004

The deteriorating political and security situation in Sudan has resulted in a large-scale influx of refugees into Chad from Darfur.  The refugee influx has impacted the demographic, environmental, political and security situation in Chad.

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Indian Ocean Earthquake-Tsunami Flash Appeal 2005

6 January 2005

Regional, Indonesia, Maldives, Myanmar, Seychelles, Somalia and Sri Lanka

Guyana Floods Flash Appeal 2005

7 February 2005

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Revision of the Consolidated Appeal for West Africa 2005

11 March 2005

In view ofsignificant effects of the Desert Locust invasion in West Africa during the second half of 2004 and the change in the political/security situation within the region since the development of the United Nations (UN) Consolidated Appeal 2005 (CA), UN Regional Representatives and Non-governmental Organization (NGO) partners as well as other humanitarian partners decided to review the situation analysis provided in the Common Humanitarian Action Plan (CHAP) for 2005 and to prepare a supplementary chapter (addendum) for the Regional Appeal. 

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Flash Appeal for the Angola Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever Outbreak Response

12 April 2005

As of 6 April 2005, 181 confirmed and suspected cases of Marburg viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF) have been reported in five provinces, with the majority (168) in Uige.  Of the 181 cases, 159 have been fatal.[1]  While children under the age of five years initially accounted for 75% of cases, recent cases are including an increasing number of adults.  

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Flash Appeal Drought in Djibouti 2005

27 April 2005

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