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Niger: cross-border displacement in Agadez, Maradi, Diffa, and Tillaberi regions

22 May 2024

Niger: cross-border displacement in Agadez, Maradi, Diffa, and Tillaberi regions

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Niger has become a country of transit and destination for people on the move. Until 3 May, Niger was hosting around 417,000 refugees and asylum seekers, primarily from Nigeria (over 57%) and Mali (over 31%), with the remaining hailing from various other countries, including Burkina Faso, Chad, and Sudan.

Displacement
Sudan: Impact of long-term displacement in the North

22 May 2024

Sudan: Impact of long-term displacement in the North

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Since 15 April 2023, clashes between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), a paramilitary group, have caused widespread displacement. IDPs are moving northwards into River Nile and Northern states, which offer security and potential routes to leave the country altogether. 

Conflict and violenceDisplacement
Afghanistan: impact of flooding

21 May 2024

Afghanistan: impact of flooding

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Above-average precipitation and extreme rainfall events, mainly attributable to the combined effects of El Niño and climate change, have been triggering floods, flash floods, and mudslides in 25 of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces since the end of February 2024.

Natural hazards
Kenya: heavy rainfall and floods

14 May 2024

Kenya: heavy rainfall and floods

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Since the start of the March-April-May (MAM) rainy season, Kenya has experienced heavy rainfall, resulting in widespread floods and landslides in various regions. 42 of the country’s 47 counties have been affected by the floods, with Homa Bay, Kajiado, Mandera, Nairobi, and Nakuru being the most severely affected as of 6 May. 

Natural hazards
Brazil: floods in Rio Grande do Sul

14 May 2024

Brazil: floods in Rio Grande do Sul

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Since 27 April, the southern Brazilian states of Paraná, Rio Grande do Sul, and Santa Catarina have been affected by heavy rains. As at 12 May, at least 143 people had died, 806 were injured, 130 were still missing, and almost 54,000 had been displaced.

Natural hazards
Colombia: economic hardships and climate hazards in San Andrés

13 May 2024

Colombia: economic hardships and climate hazards in San Andrés

DOCUMENT / PDF / 874 KB

This report aims to inform humanitarian programming in Colombia, including ACAPS’s donors, to anticipate the potential developments derived from the compounding of climate hazards and economic vulnerability. 

EconomyNatural hazards
Timor Leste: Humanitarian impacts of El Niño-related drought and heat

13 May 2024

Timor Leste: Humanitarian impacts of El Niño-related drought and heat

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From October 2023 to January 2024, precipitation fell over 30% below average levels. By mid-February, drought was detected 10 of Timor-Leste’s 14 municipalities: Aileu, Ainaro, Atauro, Baucau, Bobonaro, Covalima, Dili, Manatuto, Oecusse, and Viqueque.

Natural hazards
Palestine: Operations in Rafah, Gaza

11 May 2024

Palestine: Operations in Rafah, Gaza

DOCUMENT / PDF / 470 KB

This report analyses the multisectoral impact of Israel’s operations in and forced evacuation of Rafah since 7 May 2024. It emphasises pre-existing needs in Rafah, in locations to which the population of Rafah is being displaced, and across Gaza, all of which will face the impact of the disruption to humanitarian operations in Rafah and the closure of Rafah Crossing.

Conflict and violence
Southern Africa: Impact of El Niño in Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe

06 May 2024

Southern Africa: Impact of El Niño in Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe

DOCUMENT / PDF / 1 MB

This report provides an overview of the climate effects (temperature and precipitation anomalies) and consequent humanitarian impact of the El Niño phenomenon in Southern Africa

Natural hazards
Palestine: impact of the war in Gaza on women and girls

03 May 2024

Palestine: impact of the war in Gaza on women and girls

DOCUMENT / PDF / 375 KB

This report highlights the impact of the conflict that started on 07 October on the SRH rights of the people of Gaza. It aims to consider their immediate needs and challenges, as well as some of the longer-term effects of the lack of SRH services. 

Conflict and violence
Colombia: confinements and mobility restrictions in Chocó, Nariño and Arauca

02 May 2024

Colombia: confinements and mobility restrictions in Chocó, Nariño and Arauca

DOCUMENT / PDF / 8 MB

This report aims to decipher the humanitarian impacts of confinements and mobility restrictions in Colombia, incorporating an intersectional approach that considers the gender and ethnic backgrounds of the affected people. 

Conflict and violence
Ukraine: quarterly humanitarian access update

26 April 2024

Ukraine: quarterly humanitarian access update

DOCUMENT / PDF / 6 MB

This analysis is based on changes in the access severity model between 1 January and 31 March 2024, which ACAPS developed using data collected from secondary sources and four interviews with international humanitarian responders conducted between 1–10 April 2024.

Humanitarian access

Attached resources

Yemen: local perspectives on vulnerability and capacity in Ma'rib City

25 April 2024

Yemen: local perspectives on vulnerability and capacity in Ma'rib City

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More than nine years of conflict in Yemen has left 18.2 million people in need of assistance in one of the largest and most complex humanitarian responses in the world. This report is the third in a series of six localised studies.

Coping mechanisms
Afghanistan: spotlight on social impact - October 2023 to February 2024

25 April 2024

Afghanistan: spotlight on social impact - October 2023 to February 2024

DOCUMENT / PDF / 365 KB

This report is released every four months and aims to shed light on emerging issues that have or are likely to have significant social impact on Afghans as well as consequences for the humanitarian response. When possible, the report considers groups with specific vulnerabilities and key themes.

Displacement
Kazakhstan: floods

23 April 2024

Kazakhstan: floods

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The recent flooding in Kazakhstan that started on 27 March 2024 has become the largest in 80 years. In response, the Government declared a state of emergency on 6 April in ten of the country’s 17 regions, including Abai, Akmola, Aktobe, Atyrau, Karaganda, Kostanay, North Kazakhstan, Pavlodar, Ulytau, and West Kazakhstan.

Natural hazards
Mozambique: conflict in Cabo Delgado

17 April 2024

Mozambique: conflict in Cabo Delgado

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Since December 2023, the northern region of Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province has seen an escalation in attacks characterised by violence towards civilians and damage to houses, churches, schools, and health centres. 

Conflict and violence
Colombia: Child recruitment and use

15 April 2024

Colombia: Child recruitment and use

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This report analyses the current situation of child recruitment and use by NSAGs and organised crime groups in the Colombian departments of Antioquia, Chocó, and Norte de Santander.

Protection
Yemen: Local perspectives on vulnerability and capacity in Aden

09 April 2024

Yemen: Local perspectives on vulnerability and capacity in Aden

DOCUMENT / PDF / 1 MB

This analysis intends to support humanitarian assistance planning and implementation by enhancing understanding of the factors affecting people’s overall vulnerability in Aden city and their capacity to meet their own needs.

Coping mechanisms
Madagascar: Cyclone Gamane

05 April 2024

Madagascar: Cyclone Gamane

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Between 26–29 March 2024, tropical Cyclone Gamane struck north and east of the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar, primarily affecting the regions of Analanjirofo, Atsinanana, Diana, and Sava. Nearly 88,200 people have been affected, over 24,000 of whom have been forced to flee their homes.

Natural hazards
Yemen: bimonthly update on food and nutrition security crisis risks - issue 2

04 April 2024

Yemen: bimonthly update on food and nutrition security crisis risks - issue 2

DOCUMENT / PDF / 3 MB

The Joint Monitoring Report (JMR) combines quantitative modeling and qualitative analysis to provide robust bimonthly food and nutrition security monitoring to identify emerging food and nutrition security crisis risks. 

Food security & livelihoods