No cases have crossed international borders but the risk of national and regional spread remains very high, especially when episodes of violence and instability impact the response.
UNICEF is now appealing for US$23.3 million to support the response in the three affected countries. This amount is likely to rise as the extent of the damage becomes clearer.
The ICRC teams from different offices have been assessing the humanitarian needs on the ground, and have started to provide direct response, working with other humanitarian actors.
The Restoring Family Links website allows people to report that they are alive or that a loved one is missing. More than 200 people are registered on the site as missing.
The designation will accelerate the massive operational scale-up now underway to assist victims of last week’s Category 4 cyclone and subsequent large-scale flooding.
Seeking to reform the law establishing a legal framework for the JEP rings alarm bells for many, as it is seen as the start of a process to dismantle the legal certainty of the Accord.
Las observaciones de la Tierra y las tecnologías geoespaciales permitirán evaluar la vulnerabilidad y exposición a la variabilidad climática, la pérdida de biodiversidad y otros peligros naturales y ambientales.
The solar-powered water system is one of eight new networks jointly completed by UNHCR, OXFAM, MSF and BRAC, supplying a total of 40,000 people across the site.
Nearly a week since Cyclone Idai struck needs are rising and agencies still don’t have a full picture of the extent of the disaster. Access is one of the biggest challenges and cholera is a major concern.
The ongoing crackdown on protesters has reportedly resulted in a dramatic rise in arbitrary detentions, killings, raids and torture.