04 May 2011
Southern Africa Flood and Cyclone Situation Update #13
This report was issued by the Regional Office for Southern & Eastern Africa (ROSEA). It covers the period 13 April to 03 May 2011.
I. HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES
• In northern Namibia, flood waters are subsiding and no new flood waves are developing. However, the number of people affected by the floods continues to increase as new information is received from previously inaccessible areas. Current estimates of the number of people affected are between 300,...
04 May 2011
Situation humanitaire en République Démocratique du Congo - Note d’information hebdomadaire à la presse, 4 mai 2011
• Dans le cadre de la révision de la carte du 4ème cycle du Cadre intégré de classification de la sécurité alimentaire (IPC), 12 ateliers provinciaux se sont tenus du 12 au 16 avril 2011 dans toutes les provinces de la République Démocratique du Congo (sauf Kinshasa). Ces ateliers avaient pour objectifs d’actualiser les analyses en sécurité alimentaire faites en septembre 2010, d’estimer la population en situation de crise alimentaire et de moyens d’...
15 Apr 2011
Southern Africa - Regional Food Security Update, April 2011
14 Apr 2011
Flash Appeal 2011
On 29 March 2011, a state of national emergency was declared by the President to respond to largescale flooding in the north and north-east Regions of the country along with a simultaneous request for international assistance. The declaration and request for assistance was based on the results of an aerial rapid assessment conducted by the Government from 25 to 27 March 2011.
Following weeks of heavy rain, water levels in northern Namibia...
13 Apr 2011
Southern Africa Flood and Cyclone Situation Update #12
HIGHLIGHTS / KEY PRIORITIES
· The UN Country Team in Namibia is preparing to issue a Flash Appeal for US $2.2 million to support authorities in responding to floods in the north of the country.
· In Karonga District of northern Malawi, at least 4,658 households have been affected by flooding. Assessments are ongoing to determine more precisely numbers of persons affected and their needs.