Welcome to ReliefWeb Response
ReliefWeb Response is a specialised digital service of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). This service is part of OCHA's commitment to the humanitarian community to ensure that relevant information in a humanitarian emergency is avalable to facilitate situational understanding and decision-making.
ReliefWeb Response aggregates content from multiple platforms to provide an authoritative source for information in new and existing humanitarian operations and can be tailored by country or emergency.
The Pacific is one of the most disaster-prone regions in the world. Small, vulnerable island states are isolated by vast expanses of ocean. They experience frequent and intense disasters with disproportionately high economic, social and environmental consequences.
Fiji is highly susceptible to natural disasters, particularly cyclones, floods, earthquakes, tsunami and drought. The cyclone/rainy season in Fiji is between November and April.
Tonga is highly vulnerable to a range of natural disasters and, as its population is predominantly in low-lying coastal areas and spread over small isolated islands, response efforts are often difficult.
Common natural hazards include cyclones, volcanic eruptions, floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, droughts and sea level rises. Vanuatu sits on the Pacific 'Ring of Fire' at the meeting of two tectonic plates, exposing the island nation to frequent earthquakes.
El Salvador Demo Site
This is a sample ReliefWeb Response site created for El Salvador. This site is intended to be used for demonstration purposes only.
Guatemala Demo Site
This is a sample ReliefWeb Response site created for Guatemala. This site is intended to be used for demonstration purposes only.
Latest Situation Reports
01-Jul-2022 - Nigeria: Flow Monitoring Report #52 (April 2022)
01-Jul-2022 - Focused COVID-19 Media Monitoring, Nepal (July 1, 2022)
01-Jul-2022 - Lebanon: UNRWA - Protection Monitoring Report - Q1 2022
01-Jul-2022 - Nepal: Post Distribution Monitoring Survey (May 2022)