2009

Humanitarian Transition Appeal for Nepal 2009

Kathmandu
16 January 2009

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 Flash Appeal for Kyrgyzstan 2009

Bishkek
9 February 2009

Mid-Year Review of the COnsolidated Appeal for Iraq and the Region 2009

Baghdad
21 July 2009

Within Iraq, the situation has evolved gradually from one of large-scale displacement and acute humanitarian emergency towards early recovery and development.  During the first half of 2009, Iraq has continued to move tentatively towards a more peaceful and stable future, with monthly levels of violence decreasing from 2008.  However, the security situation in the country is still far from stabilized, with continued attacks against civilians and many underlying conflicts and grievances still unresolved. 

Consolidated Appeal for Iraq and the Region 2009

Baghdad
19 November 2009

Iraq is moving toward transition, but hundreds of thousands of Iraqi families inside and outside Iraq are still struggling with acute poverty, displacement and the continuing effects of conflict. 

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Flash Appeal for El Salvador 2009

18 November 2009

The combined effect of Hurricane Ida and a low-pressure system off the Pacific Coast led to heavy rainfall in El Salvador, from Saturday to Sunday November 7-8, causing severe flooding and landslides in seven of the country’s 14 departments.  In just a few hours, 355mm of rainfall was registered in the most adversely affected areas, not far off the 400mm registered during four days of Hurricane Mitch (1998). 

Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Action Plan for the Democratic Republic of the Congo 2009

Kinshasa
21 July 2009

Depuis le lancement du PAH2009, il y a six mois, un certain nombre d’événements ont influencé la situation humanitaire en RDC et ont préoccupé la communauté humanitaire. 

Mid-Year Review of the Critical Humanitarian Needs for Côte d'Ivoire 2009

Abidjan
21 July 2009

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