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Djibouti: Drought

10 March 2023

Djibouti: Drought

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In Djibouti, drought is affecting around 200,000 people. The current drought started in 2020 and has continued with five below-average rainy seasons. As at October 2022,  about 72,000 people, including 29,000 children, were in need of humanitarian assistance as a result of the drought. The crisis has displaced approximately 6,000 people.

Natural hazards

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Yemen: Social Impact Monitoring October to December 2022

03 March 2023

Yemen: Social Impact Monitoring October to December 2022

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This report identifies events and themes that emerged from October–December 2022 from the information landscape on Yemen that have had, or are likely to have, a social impact. The choice of themes was based on the considered significance of their impact (or potential impact) on people. 

Protection

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Afghanistan: continued risk of forced eviction due to complex land rights and tenure (in)security

27 February 2023

Afghanistan: continued risk of forced eviction due to complex land rights and tenure (in)security

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This report explores the international frameworks to which Afghanistan is signatory and that pertain to forced eviction, as well as the current Afghan legal framework to address forced eviction. 

Conflict and violenceDisplacementMixed migration
Mozambique: flooding in Maputo province and city

23 February 2023

Mozambique: flooding in Maputo province and city

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Heavy rains between 7–11 February 2023 resulted in large-scale flooding across the southern region of Mozambique, particularly Maputo province and city. As at 18 February, more than 43,000 people were affected, including over 16,500 displaced people and ten recorded deaths. 

Natural hazards
Madagascar: Tropical Cyclone Freddy exposure and vulnerabilities

22 February 2023

Madagascar: Tropical Cyclone Freddy exposure and vulnerabilities

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The report aims to provide a brief overview of the key regions exposed to Tropical Cyclone Freddy and highlight existing vulnerabilities that might increase the needs of the exposed population.

Natural hazardsCoping mechanisms
Türkiye: earthquake profiles for Malatya and Adiyaman provinces

20 February 2023

Türkiye: earthquake profiles for Malatya and Adiyaman provinces

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This report is an extension of the profiles of earthquake-affected areas in Türkiye and Syria published on 13 February 2023.

Natural hazards

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Syria/Türkiye earthquakes: what to watch over the next month

17 February 2023

Syria/Türkiye earthquakes: what to watch over the next month

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This report provides an overview exposition of what to watch for over the next month, highlighting key variables to monitor that could play a role in the development of the crisis, can contribute to informing the strategic planning, programming, and preparedness of humanitarian responders.

Natural hazards

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Profiles of earthquake-affected areas in Syria and Turkiye

13 February 2023

Profiles of earthquake-affected areas in Syria and Turkiye

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This report provides an overview of the humanitarian needs resulting from the earthquakes in some of the most affected areas of Türkiye and Syria. The report aims to highlight key needs, the key population groups affected, compounding factors, and access constraints in the respective regions.

Natural hazards

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Ukraine: Impact of conflict on the Ukrainian economy and implications for humanitarian needs

13 February 2023

Ukraine: Impact of conflict on the Ukrainian economy and implications for humanitarian needs

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This report is based on an initial secondary data review on the state of the economy in Ukraine since February 2022. Five key informant interviews with local thematic experts complement this review to provide a more comprehensive understanding of the situation.

Conflict and violence
Earthquakes in southeastern Türkiye and northwestern Syria

07 February 2023

Earthquakes in southeastern Türkiye and northwestern Syria

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On 6 February 2023 at 4:17h, local time in Türkiye (01:17 GMT), an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.8 hit Türkiye and northwestern Syria. It mainly affected the cities of Adana, Adiyaman, Diyarbakir, Gaziantep, Hatay, Kahraman Maras, Kilis, Malatya, Osmaniye, and Sanliurfa in southeastern Türkiye and Aleppo, Hama, Idlib, Lattakie, and Tartous governorates in northwestern Syria

Natural hazards

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Ethiopia: impact of drought in Oromia and Somali regions

07 February 2023

Ethiopia: impact of drought in Oromia and Somali regions

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This report provides an overview of the humanitarian needs resulting from the current drought in particularly affected areas of Ethiopia (eastern/southeastern Oromia and Somali regions). The report also highlights key needs, the key population groups affected, coping mechanisms, compounding factors, access constraints, and response capacities in the respective regions.

Natural hazards
Afghanistan: analysis of localisation challenges

07 February 2023

Afghanistan: analysis of localisation challenges

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This report aims to develop a preliminary understanding of the different challenges that NNGOs face in Afghanistan. While comprehensive localisation comprises many dimensions, this report focuses on understanding the challenges that NNGOs face in the four most prevalent dimensions in Afghanistan: funding, partnership, coordination, and capacity-strengthening. 

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Türkiye: anticipated increase in the number of fatalities reported in Gaziantep

06 February 2023

Türkiye: anticipated increase in the number of fatalities reported in Gaziantep

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Natural hazards
Somalia: impact of drought Banadir and Bay regions

27 January 2023

Somalia: impact of drought Banadir and Bay regions

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This report provides an overview of the humanitarian needs resulting from the current drought in particularly affected regions of Somalia (Banadir and Bay). The report highlights key needs, the key population groups affected, coping mechanisms, compounding factors, access constraints, and response capacities for each area of focus.

Natural hazards
Yemen: Bimonthly economic update

24 January 2023

Yemen: Bimonthly economic update

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The YETI bimonthly economic update aims to provide a quick overview of the main economic trends in Yemen, including commodities prices, exchange rate, food and fuel imports volumes and major contextual events. It is based on data included in the YETI dashboard and follows its module structure.

Economy

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Armenia-Azerbaijan: Nagorno-Karabakh blockade

20 January 2023

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Nagorno-Karabakh blockade

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Since 12 December 2022, Azerbaijani ‘eco-activists’ have blocked the Lachin corridor which connects Nagorno-Karabakh with Armenia and is crucial for the transportation of essential goods to ethnic Armenian people residing in the region. It is affecting over 120,000 Armenian people, including 30,000 children, 20,000 older people, and about 9,000 people with disabilities living in Nagorno-Karabakh.

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Ukraine: outlook and risk analysis for 2023

18 January 2023

Ukraine: outlook and risk analysis for 2023

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This report aims to identify the most important contextual developments in Ukraine and provide an anticipatory level of analysis. It includes an outlook into how the current dynamics can develop and on potential risks that could further deteriorate the situation of the affected population. 

Conflict and violence

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Colombia: complexities in negotiating ‘total peace’

14 January 2023

Colombia: complexities in negotiating ‘total peace’

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This short note provides a general overview of the configuration of the four major armed groups engaged in dialogue and negotiations with the Colombian government. It aims to give a glimpse of the complexity of these structures and the different challenges facing the negotiation process. This note is meant to provide additional information and support the Colombia Risk Analysis Update.

Conflict and violence
Colombia: risk analysis update

14 January 2023

Colombia: risk analysis update

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In 2022, the armed conflict in Colombia worsened and led to increased levels of violence that affected at least 12 departments, most notably in the Pacific region and along the borders with Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela. In November 2021, ACAPS identified five risks to the humanitarian context in Colombia, published an overview report, and then produced an update in March 2022 looking at the second half of the year. This risk update is designed to be read in conjunction with the above mentioned reports. 

Conflict and violence
Palestine: flooding in the Gaza Strip

10 January 2023

Palestine: flooding in the Gaza Strip

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Since November 2022, Gaza has been experiencing intermittent heavy rainfall that has accumulated in Israeli-controlled dams and reservoirs near the Gaza Strip. Between 24–26 December 2022, Israeli authorities opened dam gates and levees along the perimeter fence east of Gaza, flooding the central and southern areas of the Gaza Strip with accumulated rainwater.

Natural hazards

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