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Food security outcomes set to deteriorate as lean season and political crisis continue

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Source: Famine Early Warning System Network Country: Yemen Most areas of Yemen are expected to remain in Crisis (IPC Phase 3) through June 2015, with increased need for humanitarian assistance as the lean season and political crisis continue. Food security outcomes are likely to deteriorate as lean season and political crisis continue Key Messages: Several countries in the region have suspended

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Thousands of pregnant women require care in cyclone-slammed Vanuatu

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Source: UN Population Fund Country: Vanuatu There are about 56,000 women and girls of childbearing age in Vanuatu, who will require reproductive health services, hygiene supplies and other support, says UNFPA.SUVA, Fiji/UNITED NATIONS, Bangkok – Four days after Cyclone Pam cut a path of destruction across Vanuatu, the full scale of the devastation has yet to be determined. The Category Five storm

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Thousands of pregnant women require care in cyclone-slammed Vanuatu

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Source: UN Population Fund Country: Vanuatu There are about 56,000 women and girls of childbearing age in Vanuatu, who will require reproductive health services, hygiene supplies and other support, says UNFPA.SUVA, Fiji/UNITED NATIONS, Bangkok – Four days after Cyclone Pam cut a path of destruction across Vanuatu, the full scale of the devastation has yet to be determined. The Category Five storm

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NGOs lament limited political commitment to funding disaster risk reduction plans

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Source: Global Network for Disaster Reduction Country: World Just days after Cyclone Pam hit Vanuatu, it is understood that governments have diluted targets at the expense of vulnerable communities and poor across the world in the draft text to be signed at Sendai.At Sendai conference, NGOs lament limited political commitment to funding disaster risk reduction plans. Sticky points linger on aroun

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NGOs lament limited political commitment to funding disaster risk reduction plans

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Source: Global Network for Disaster Reduction Country: World Just days after Cyclone Pam hit Vanuatu, it is understood that governments have diluted targets at the expense of vulnerable communities and poor across the world in the draft text to be signed at Sendai.At Sendai conference, NGOs lament limited political commitment to funding disaster risk reduction plans. Sticky points linger on aroun

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Syria Emergency Response Fund urgently requires additional funding

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Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Country: Syrian Arab Republic The fund will reach out to NGOs with a view to enhance their capacities and enable them to apply for the grants. So far, only $6.3 million of the $30 million funding target has been met. HIGHLIGHTS Humanitarian leaders urge end to conflict as the crisis enters its fifth year Despite advocacy, UN agencie

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Darfur security, humanitarian situations ‘deteriorated significantly’ - UN peacekeeping chief

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Source: UN Security Council Country: Sudan In a briefing to the Security Council, Hervé Ladsous said Sudan’s denial of access to conflict-affected areas had “significantly” impeded the peacekeeping mission’s ability to protect civilians.SC/11819 7405th Meeting* (AM) Security Council Meetings Coverage Over the last year, the situation in Darfur had “deteriorated significantly”, the United Nation

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Unlawful air strikes killed scores of civilians in al-Raqqa - Amnesty

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Source: Amnesty Country: Syrian Arab Republic A new report by Amnesty International provides evidence that the Syrian air force launched a series of airstrikes in November that led to the deaths of up to 115 civilians. Syria: Ruthless and unlawful government attacks killed scores of civilians in al-Raqqa A new report by Amnesty International provides damning evidence that Syrian government force

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