17 August 2022
Lake Chad Basin: Impact of extreme weather & climate events on food security
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This report aims to explore the impact of extreme weather and climate events on the humanitarian situation in the Lake Chad Basin. Since the 1970s in West and Central Africa, river floods and agricultural and ecological droughts have been increasing while average rainfall has been decreasing. These phenomena have an impact on availability of resources and land, and consequently on the economic and living conditions of the regions’ populations.
12 August 2022
Sudan: Increased violence in Darfur Region
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Since December 2020, there has been a significant increase in resource-based intercommunal violence between Arab and non-Arab tribes in the Darfur region, located in western Sudan. Between January–July 2022, more than 470,000 people were internally displaced in Darfur, with violence cited as the main reason.
03 August 2022
Yemen: Social impact monitoring April-June 2022
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The SIMP report identifies events and themes emerging from information on Yemen between April–June 2022 that have had or are likely to have a social impact. It aims to support the understanding of the groups and categories of people in Yemen facing the greatest challenges in meeting needs and those most vulnerable to protection concerns.
28 July 2022
Sudan: Displacement due to conflict in Blue Nile state
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The latest intercommunal violence in Blue Nile state began on 13 July 2022. As at 25 July, the violence had killed at least 90 individuals and injured more than 300. It had also led to the displacement of 31,000 people.
26 July 2022
Challenges and opportunities for recovery in the Yemeni financial sector
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The purpose of this paper is to deepen stakeholders’ understanding of the structure of that sector by highlight its complexities and risks. It intends to function as a foundational document and, as such, will not go into details about any single component.
21 July 2022
DRC: Humanitarian concerns in North Kivu, South Kivu, and Ituri
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This report aims to give an overview of the humanitarian situation in the DRC, with an emphasis on the provinces of North Kivu, South Kivu, and Ituri. It is based on publicly available information on the DRC.
18 July 2022
Sri Lanka: Update on the socioeconomic crisis
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On 10 June 2022, ACAPS published an anticipatory analysis of the prospects for the deterioration of the humanitarian situation in Sri Lanka. This report provides an update of the previous analysis with information available from 10 June to 17 July.
07 July 2022
Ukraine: Return movement dynamics
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This report aims to highlight the situation of people moving back into their places of habitual residence in Ukraine. It looks at their motivations for moving back, presents the scale of their movement and the main locations involved, and provides a comprehensive overview of their humanitarian situation.
05 July 2022
Humanitarian Access Overview
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ACAPS’ Humanitarian Access Overview provides a snapshot of the most challenging contexts for humanitarian access globally. In the first half of 2022, the indicators ‘environmental constraints’, ‘restriction and obstruction to services and assistance’, and ‘restriction of movements within the country’ were the most common challenges throughout all crises and scored highest among the considered indicators.
01 July 2022
Ukraine: humanitarian access constraints at the oblast level
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This report provides an oblast-level analysis of access constraints in Ukraine to inform humanitarian responders and provide a comparison of access dynamics across different oblasts. This analysis is based on a severity model developed by ACAPS using the internal data collection of publicly available secondary sources as at 20 June 2022. Key informant interviews also complement this model.
01 July 2022
Migration crisis on the Poland-Belarus border
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This report outlines the living conditions and needs of migrants and asylum seekers stranded in the Poland-Belarus border area as a result of a political crisis and migration policies. It is an update of a similar ACAPS report published in December 2021.
29 June 2022
Yemen: Social impact monitoring January - March 2022
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The SIMP report identifies events and themes emerging from information on Yemen between January–March that have had or are likely to have a social impact. The report aims to support the understanding of the groups and categories of people in Yemen facing the greatest challenges in meeting needs and those most vulnerable to protection concerns.
23 June 2022
Afghanistan: Earthquake in Paktika and Khost provinces
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On 22 June 2022, an earthquake of magnitude 5.9 on the Richter scale hit eastern Afghanistan, around 46km southwest of Khost city. The earthquake has caused damage in Paktika and Khost provinces, and has killed at least 1,000 people and injured over 1,600.
16 June 2022
Mali: Violence in Ménaka and Gao regions
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Non-state armed groups have launched an offensive in the north of the country to take advantage of the current context of political instability, the withdrawal of military troops from conflict zones, and the weakness of the UN stabilisation mission in Mali. Their goal is to expand their territorial control on the border between Mali and Niger.
15 June 2022
DPRK: Humanitarian needs in the context of COVID-19
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This report aims to provide an overview of the complex humanitarian crisis in the DPRK. It also reports on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the population, the humanitarian response in the country, and ensuing needs.
10 June 2022
Sri Lanka: Socioeconomic crisis
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Sri Lanka faces an economic crisis partly resulting from its twin deficit economy. The economic crisis is affecting the daily life of the population. Hospitals have reported shortages of medicines, price increases have made food unaffordable for part of the population, and some people have already started to migrate to India to escape the effects of the crisis.
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.
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
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.
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.