The Philippines has experienced a number of deadly outbreaks of vaccine preventable and mosquito borne diseases in 2019.
Between November 2019 and March 2020, about 11.3 million people (37% of the population) are likely to experience severe acute food insecurity, of whom 8.6 million will be in a Crisis situation.
"The flooding is so severe in some parts of the capital Bangui that the only way to get around is by canoe,” said Country Director for the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) David Manan.
Life-saving assistance has been suspended in some flooded areas, with 42 nutrition centres impacted by the floods.
If urgent humanitarian action is not taken, the number of food-insecure people will likely rise in the coming months, according to the Regional Interagency Standing Committee Africa.
The latest Central Emergency Response Fund grant brings its funding to Somalia to $50 million in 2019, while the Somalia Humanitarian Fund has allocated $51 million to date.
Far from just being a charitable gesture, Colombian firms are finding that hiring Venezuelan refugees and migrants makes good business sense.
Only a handful of countries have made concrete commitments to advance children’s rights to mark the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child on 20 November.
Of the more than 6,100 migrants and asylum seekers around the border cities of Bihac and Velika Kladusa in Una Sana Canton, only 2,800 people are in the official centers, says MSF.
Según la última actualización epidemiológica, Brasil registró el mayor número de casos, con más de dos millones, seguido, a mucha distancia por México, con 213.822; Nicaragua, con 157.573; Colombia, con 106.066; y Honduras, con 96.379.