Humanitarian

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application/pdfCABO DELGADO MULTI-SECTORAL RAPID NEEDS ASSESSMENTThe COSACA Consortium (CARE, Save the Children and Oxfam) conducted a multi-sectoral rapid needs assessment from 20-23 October, 2020. The assessment was conducted in three accommodation centres in Metuge district, and in an IDP host community and the main IDP Arrivals and Transit Center in Pemba City, the latter of which is primary entry point for the IDPs fleeing by boat. The multi-sectoral assessment conducted by COSACA was designed to provide a snapshot of the current needs of both the IDPs, and their host communities. Additionally it was designed to provide recommendations for the COSACA consortium, and other humanitarian organizations providing essential services to the impacted areas.02/12/20202MB
application/pdfSave the Children in Cabo DelgadoSave the Children has implemented long term development and emergency programs in Cabo Delgado since 2013. Save the Children is currently delivering projects in Metuge, Pemba, Mecufi, Chiure, Macomia and Montepuez districts. Our current programs in Cabo Delgado are directly reaching 64,344 people including 23,220 children. Read more.16/10/20202MB
application/pdfDESASTRES DUPLOS: O efeito dos ciclonesEste documento foi elaborado por ocasião do Dia Internacional da Rapariga e dos 30 anos da Convenção da ONU sobre os Direitos da Criança. Instamos o governo, agências da ONU, doadores, partes interessadas e profissionais a adoptarem as recomendações contra as uniões prematurasl.02/12/20194MB
application/pdf DOUBLE DISASTERS The effect of cyclones This Policy Brief was produced on the occasion of the Day of the Girl, the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. We are urging the government, UN-agencies, donors, stakeholders and practitioners to adopt the recommendations against child marriage.02/12/20194MB
application/pdf2018-2020 Mozambique Humanitarian Response PlanEste documento é a terceira revisão do Plano de Resposta Humanitária de Moçambique (HRP – sigla em inglês) desde Novembro de 2018. O HRP (Novembro de 2018 a Junho de 2019) foi desenvolvido pela primeira vez para apoiar a resposta liderada pelo governo ao impacto humanitário do fraco desempenho da estação chuvosa de Janeiro a Março e o deslocamento de pessoas devido à insegurança em Cabo Delgado. 12/09/20193MB
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