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Bangladesh: Industrial accident, depot fire in Sitakunda

07 June 2022

Bangladesh: Industrial accident, depot fire in Sitakunda

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Fire broke out at a container facility on the night of 4 June 2022 at Sonaichari union, Sitakunda upazila, 40km from the port city of Chattogram (formerly Chittagong). The fire triggered multiple explosions, killing at least 41 people, including 12 firefighters, and injuring at least 300 others.

Colombia: Antipersonnel mines

02 June 2022

Colombia: Antipersonnel mines

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This report analyses events involving APMs and ERW in Colombia since the signing of the Peace Agreement with the FARC-EP in 2016 and their humanitarian impact. It also highlights the existing and growing risk of casualties from APMs and ERW

Conflict and violenceProtection
Lebanon: Impact of crisis on children

31 May 2022

Lebanon: Impact of crisis on children

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This report aims to increase awareness of the scale and severity of the economic crisis in Lebanon over the past three years. It describes how the crisis disproportionately affects children and is likely to have shortand long-term consequences on their future.

Protection
Ukraine: Bridging humanitarian response

25 May 2022

Ukraine: Bridging humanitarian response

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This report aims to inform international humanitarian responders about the national and local systems and the local response within Ukraine. The report relies on the secondary data review of public and non-public sources and 77 key informant interviews.

Humanitarian access
Poland: Refugee influx from Ukraine

25 May 2022

Poland: Refugee influx from Ukraine

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Approximately 3.5 million people have arrived in Poland from Ukraine since 24 February 2022. This number corresponds to roughly 53% of the 6.5 million people who have fled Ukraine because of the war. Although many Ukrainians choose Poland, it is uncertain how many migrants and refugees intend to stay in Poland and how many have already moved to other locations.

Mixed migration
Yemen: Conversations with Yemeni families

22 May 2022

Yemen: Conversations with Yemeni families

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This research aims to provide humanitarians with a qualitative understanding of how ordinary Yemeni households cope with the challenges brought about and accentuated by war. The study is built on the assumption that people’s own stories would enhance the understanding of coping strategies and how they have changed.

Conflict and violence
Yemen: Key economic incentives of peace

14 May 2022

Yemen: Key economic incentives of peace

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On 1 April 2022, the UN Special Envoy for Yemen Hans Grundberg announced that the main warring parties had agreed to a two-month truce starting 2 April, to last until 2 June 2022. The truce includes a halt to air, ground, and maritime hostilities within Yemen and across borders.

Economy
Yemen: FSO Safer overview impact assessment

28 April 2022

Yemen: FSO Safer overview impact assessment

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This update builds upon and refines the methodology of the ACAPS FSO Safer assessment from April 2021. The model includes four possible scenarios, but this update includes only the impact of the worst-case scenario. 

Protection implications of polygamous marriages in the Rohingya camps

22 April 2022

Protection implications of polygamous marriages in the Rohingya camps

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This report explores the reasons behind the increasing practice of polygamy and the protection implications of polygamous marriages in the Rohingya camps. It also analyses reports of increasing intercommunity polygamy between the Rohingya and the adjacent host community, potentially raising additional protection concerns different from existing intracommunity protection concerns.

Protection
Ukraine: Humanitarian situation in Kharkiv, Luhansk, and Donetsk

19 April 2022

Ukraine: Humanitarian situation in Kharkiv, Luhansk, and Donetsk

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This report provides an overview of the humanitarian situation in these areas and highlights critical needs and information gaps. We have reviewed secondary data from public and non-public sources, and between 1–15 April, the team conducted key informant interviews with Ukrainian civil society members.

Humanitarian access
Yemen: Al Hodeidah fuel import and fuel price modelling

04 April 2022

Yemen: Al Hodeidah fuel import and fuel price modelling

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The primary objective of this report is to determine the impact that the easing of disruption to commercial fuel imports via Al Hodeidah since January 2021 would have on fuel prices in areas under the control of the de-facto authority (DFA) in the north of Yemen, and in areas of the Internationally Recognized Government of Yemen (IRG). 

Economy
Hungary: Ukrainian refugees

01 April 2022

Hungary: Ukrainian refugees

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As at 28 March 2022, more than four million people had crossed international borders since the start of the hostilities in Ukraine on 24 February 2022. The rapid influx of migrants and refugees into the country has already posed a challenge to reception capacities, which the Hungarian Government has reduced in recent years to discourage migration.

Mixed migration
Colombia: Escalation of violence in Putumayo

31 March 2022

Colombia: Escalation of violence in Putumayo

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Putumayo, a department in southwest Colombia bordering Ecuador and Perú, is a strategic corridor for human trafficking, drug and arms trafficking, and resource extraction. Indigenous communities are especially at risk of confinement and limitations on their daily activities.

Conflict and violenceProtection
Colombia: Impact of the armed conflict on children and youth

31 March 2022

Colombia: Impact of the armed conflict on children and youth

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This report analyses how armed conflict in Colombia has affected children and youth. It looks at specific trends and conflict dynamics in the most conflict-affected departments. It also provides an overview of the general impacts of conflict and specific impacts of displacement and confinement.

Conflict and violenceCoping mechanisms
Kenya: Impact of drought

31 March 2022

Kenya: Impact of drought

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This report highlights the impact of the current drought on marginalised communities in Kenya's arid and semi-arid lands. It examines their pre-existing socioeconomic vulnerabilities and humanitarian needs. It also analyses the possible progression of drought based on climate outlooks.

Natural hazards
Ukraine: Movement patterns, people's needs and response

29 March 2022

Ukraine: Movement patterns, people's needs and response

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The report aims at providing an overview of the situation of displaced and stranded people inside Ukraine, including their humanitarian needs. It also analyses the information landscape to identify gaps. 

Displacement
CrisisInSight: Global Risk Analysis

24 March 2022

CrisisInSight: Global Risk Analysis

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ACAPS’ Global Risk Analysis outlines a number of key contexts where a particular situation may notably deteriorate within the next six months, causing (a spike in) humanitarian needs. The risks included in this report were based on certain events or factors (triggers) that may emerge over the coming six months. 

Mozambique: Tropical cyclone Gombe

24 March 2022

Mozambique: Tropical cyclone Gombe

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As at 22 March 2022, the cyclone had affected over 488,000 people and displaced around 23,400. The number of those affected will likely increase to 580,000 in five provinces: Manica, Nampula, Tete, Sofala, and Zambezia. The main needs are livelihood and education.

Natural hazards
Afghanistan: Information and analysis ecosystem

21 March 2022

Afghanistan: Information and analysis ecosystem

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This report aims to analyse the current information and analysis ecosystem in the Afghanistan response. ACAPS analysed the data and analysis landscape for the humanitarian response in Afghanistan through a secondary review of the main humanitarian information management products published between 2019–2021. We also conducted 13  key informant interviews.

Sudan: Scenarios

18 March 2022

Sudan: Scenarios

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Possible developments in people’s ability to live safely and meet their basic needs over the next 12 months.

Coping mechanisms