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Somalia

Statement on outbreak of violence in Mogadishu, 27 April 2021

Mogadishu – International partners* strongly condemn the outbreak of violence in Mogadishu on 25 April. We have repeatedly warned that the extension of mandates would lead to a political crisis and undermine peace, stability and security in…

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News and Press Release
Source:
Govt. Sweden, Govt. Ireland, Govt. Denmark, Govt. France, Govt. Belgium, Govt. UK, Govt. Sudan, Govt. USA, Govt. Switzerland, Govt. Canada, Govt. Japan, Govt. Germany, Govt. Norway, Govt. Finland, Govt. Netherlands, Govt. Spain, IGAD, Govt. Egypt, Govt. Djibouti, EU, UNSOM, AMISOM
Posted:
27 Apr 2021

Djibouti

2019 Flash Floods Humanitarian Needs Rapid Assessment

SITUATION OVERVIEW Between 21 and 28 November, Djibouti has experienced heavy rains, with a peak on 22 and 23 November, which triggered flash floods countrywide. In some places, the equivalent of 2 years of rainfall occurred in…

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Assessment
Source:
UNCT Djibouti, Govt. Djibouti
Posted:
05 Dec 2019
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Djibouti

Djibouti Flash Update #2 - Humanitarian impact of flooding | 28 November 2019

1. Highlights • Massive rains triggered flash floods in Djibouti: the equivalent of 2 years of rainfall occurred in in one day. Houses, infrastructure, schools and community buildings were damaged. • Some 150-250,000 people were somewhat affected, countrywide.…

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Situation Report
Source:
UNCT Djibouti, Govt. Djibouti
Posted:
29 Nov 2019
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Djibouti

Djibouti Flash Update #1 - Humanitarian impact of flooding | 24 November 2019

1. Situation Overview Since 21 November, Djibouti has experienced heavy rains which triggered flash floods across the country. In Djibouti city alone, initial estimates indicate that over 30,000-40,000 families (150,000-250,000 people) have been somewhat affected by the floods,…

Format:
Situation Report
Source:
UNCT Djibouti, Govt. Djibouti
Posted:
25 Nov 2019
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