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More resources needed as children return to school in the north

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Source: UN Children's Fund, Save the Children, Education Cluster Country: Mali More than 80% of pupils have returned to school in the North of Mali. This shows an improvement compared with the previous years during which many schools were closed due to insecurity. But the insufficient numbers of teachers remains a major challenge. Many schools also need to be repaired or reconstructed to im

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Promoting inclusion of refugees and displaced persons with disabilties

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Source: Women's Refugee Commission Country: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, India, Lebanon, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Rwanda, Somalia, Thailand, Uganda, World FROM "FORGOTTEN" TO "VULNERABLE" TO "VALUABLE" – PROMOTING INCLUSION OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IN REFUGEE AND DISPLACEMENT SETTINGS New research throws spotlight on positive practices and ongoing gaps to mee

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Aid work in Rakhine badly disrupted following attacks on organizations’ offices and premises

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Posted by admin 14 hours ago (http://reliefweb.int)
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Myanmar HIGHLIGHTS Attacks on offices and premises of international organisations in Rakhine cause major disruption to delivery of life-saving services Inadequate mobile clinics and emergency referrals in Rakhine Inadequate access to protection services in Rakhine puts many at risk Water and sanitation problems in camps a

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Philippines critically short of evacuation shelters in some of most typhoon-vulnerable parts

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Source: International Organization for Migration Country: Philippines Philippines - A new report by IOM in the Philippines shows that the country is critically short of evacuation shelters in some of the most typhoon-vulnerable parts of the country. The shelter survey – conducted on Samar Island, five months after it was devastated by Typhoon Haiyan – paints an alarming picture, with a new typh

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Rainy season raises fears over spread of cholera

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Posted by admin 14 hours ago (http://reliefweb.int)
Source: International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies Country: Nigeria A. Situation analysis Description of the disaster An unseasonal outbreak of cholera since the first few weeks of 2014 is posing a serious risk to Nigeria with hundreds of thousands of people at risk. Cholera is endemic in Nigeria with several major outbreaks in the last years, with 2010 epidemic being th

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Tackling food insecurity and displacement in drought-hit regions

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Posted by admin 14 hours ago (http://reliefweb.int)
Source: IRIN Country: Afghanistan KABUL, 22 April 2014 (IRIN) - Last year, Afghanistan’s Ghor Province lost thousands of its inhabitants. Many fled due to conflict, but others fled due to a more subtle threat: drought. An estimated three-quarters of the population was affected when rain-fed crop harvests were destroyed due to the dry spell (and flash floods) that hit during the planting season,

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Locating foreign aid in Haiti

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Source: AidData Country: Haiti After the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, donors pledged roughly $10 billion in response to the crisis. With such a significant amount of aid money coming in, the Government of Haiti refocused its aid tracking and management efforts following the earthquake. Although the Government has been utilizing its aid information management system to track aid to Haiti, there has

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Thousands to need long-term support following catastrophic flooding in the Solomon Islands

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Source: International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies Country: Solomon Islands Three weeks after the worst flooding in Solomon Islands’ history, the lives of more than 50,000 people – 10 percent of the country – are still dealing with its effects. More than 9,000 of those worst affected are still sheltering in over-crowded evacuation centres in Honiara, and for at least 1,500

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