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Horn of Africa Drought Situation Report No. 11 3 August 2011

Horn of Africa Drought Situation Report No. 11 3 August 2011

Highlights- IOM Ethiopia has seconded to ARRA a team of medical staff to work in Dollo Ado.- WHO Medical Kits and Oral Rehydration Salt (ORS) have been sent to the camps.- IOM Kenya will assist in the movement of vulnerable populations which will be initiated by a request of the

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 21

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IOM RESPONSE IN THE HORN OF AFRICA EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT | 8th August 2011

IOM RESPONSE IN THE HORN OF AFRICA EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT | 8th August 2011

Highlights - In Ethiopia, IOM is providing transport assistance and has until now moved 2,901 refugees.- In Kenya, IOM transport assistance to stranded refugees is ongoing and has until now facilitated the movement of 679 individuals and the medical screening of 507 per

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 21

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IOM RESPONSE IN THE HORN OF AFRICA External Situation Report | 10 August 2011

IOM RESPONSE IN THE HORN OF AFRICA External Situation Report | 10 August 2011

Highlights- In Ethiopia, IOM medical screening and transportation assistance reached 5,135 refugees, with daily movements surpassing 1,000individuals.- In Gode, South Eastern Ethiopia, IOM is taking part in an interagency needs assessment mission to evaluate refugees’ cond

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 21

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IOM RESPONSE IN THE HORN OF AFRICA External Situation Report | 19 August 2011

IOM RESPONSE IN THE HORN OF AFRICA External Situation Report | 19 August 2011

Highlights- In Ethiopia, IOM is providing medical assistance at the reception centre and in the Melkedida camp health center in support of ARRA.- Transportation assistance of newly arrived Somalis from the transit centre to Helawyen and between camps for family reunification rea

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 21

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IOM RESPONSE IN THE HORN OF AFRICA External Situation Report | 23 August 2011

IOM RESPONSE IN THE HORN OF AFRICA External Situation Report | 23 August 2011

Highlights - In Ethiopia, in the Melkadida camp, IOM set up a vaccination post and provided measles and polio vaccination and MUAC screening to over 2,000 Children between 6 months and 15 years living in the camp, supporting the mass vaccination campaign in coordination with

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 21

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IOM Response to the Horn of Africa Crisis EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 6 September 2011

IOM Response to the Horn of Africa Crisis EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 6 September 2011

Highlights- SOMALIA/KENYA - On 5 September, the UN identified the Bay region in Southern Somalia as a new famine area. On the same day,440 Somalis were waiting in Liboi to be transported to Dadaab camps, one of the highest numbers recorded by IOM. There are now six famine-ident

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 21

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IOM Response to the Horn of Africa Crisis EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 11 October 2011

IOM Response to the Horn of Africa Crisis EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 11 October 2011

Highlights- KENYA & ETHIOPIA – A total of 69,424 people have been transported as of 9 October 2011, from Dollo Ado to Hilaweyn Refugee Camp in Ethiopia and from Liboi and the out skirts of the Dagahaley Refugee Camp to Ifo 2 East Camp in Dadaab, Kenya.- KENYA – IOM

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 21

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IOM Response to the Horn of Africa Crisis EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 13 September 2011

IOM Response to the Horn of Africa Crisis EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 13 September 2011

Highlights- KENYA - IOM and the Department of Refugee Affairs (DRA) are jointly planning to establish a permanent presence in Liboi by 19September. An average of 270 individuals is arriving in Liboi every day.- KENYA – The backlog of registered refugees has dramatically decl

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 21

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IOM Response to the Horn of Africa Crisis EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 20 September 2011

IOM Response to the Horn of Africa Crisis EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 20 September 2011

Highlights- KENYA – IOM is meeting movement and shelter benchmarks in Dadaab Camp; over 50 percent of contracted movements and over 80 percent of required emergency shelters.- KENYA & ETHIOPIA- IOM has facilitated movement for over 47, 507 people as of 19 September.- ETH

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 21

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IOM Response to the Horn of Africa Crisis EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 27 September 2011

IOM Response to the Horn of Africa Crisis EXTERNAL SITUATION REPORT 27 September 2011

Highlights- KENYA – IOM has been given approval by the Government of Kenya to transport, on a case by case basis, stranded and very vulnerable Somalis from two new towns (Amuma and Welmerer) on the Kenya/Somali border to the Dadaab Camps.- KENYA – Residents in Lokipoto, Tur

by International Organization for Migration - Posted Apr, 21

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