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El Nino weekly update April 4 - 11

Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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OCHA - Situation Report
Week of April 4 - 11
This update compiles news and information on El Niño from NGO, UN and other partner organisations. It is not  a comprehensive overview of impact and response. OCHA's monthly El Niño overview is available here.

Partner updates

1 Apr - El Niño: CERF-funded response in 2015-2016 – latest update
6 Apr - Humanitarian Funding Update March 2016 - United Nations Coordinated Appeals. For El Niño-related needs, an estimated $2.4 billion has been appealed through government or Humanitarian Country Team plans in the countries of greatest concern. The funding gap is about $1.5 billion, of which over $600 million is required for Ethiopia alone.

1 AprRegional - AfDB Group announces US $549-million drought response package for Eastern and Southern Africa. The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group announced a relief package in support of 14 countries most affected by the ongoing drought in Eastern and Southern Africa. The package consists of US $5 million in emergency relief and US $361 million in short-to-long term support. Also, the AfDB will put in place a mechanism that would ensure faster disbursements of funds in ongoing projects, which were designed to build the affected countries’ resilience to drought. This will make available an additional amount of US $183 million in 2016.
8 Apr - EU - In a press release, the  European Commission has announced €122.5m ($140 million) to Ethiopia in an effort to address the immediate needs of people affected by the El Niño-induced drought. The new support targets humanitarian response and early recovery assistance.
6 Apr - Somalia - At least five people died and six others are reportedly missing following heavy ‘Gu’ rains and breakage of two dams. The rains could bring new challenges to the drought-affected population. 
6 Apr – Ethiopia - 28 people have been killed in two remote regions of the country. The majority of deaths occurred in the city of Jijiga in eastern Ethiopia where the river burst its banks. It left 23 people dead and 84 injured. Showers remain in the forecast for the next few days.
5 AprSomalia - Government convenes national drought committee meeting. The Federal Government of Somalia invited the international community to a first meeting of the National Drought Committee.

5 Apr - Haiti WFP - Market Analysis now available 
7 AprHaiti - 2016 Humanitarian Response Plan launched: The HC launched the 2016 Haiti HRP in Port-au-Prince. The appeal seeks US$193 million of assistance.
7 Apr - Central America - WFP committed to both assisting 1.6 million people hit by droughts exacerbated by El Niño in Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Haiti and building resilience against future climatic shocks.

India - During the first week of April, temperatures in eastern India have risen unusually, with several parts of the country recording deviations of more than 5°C, attributed to the after-effects of the El Niño.
Fiji - Three Tropical Depressions affected cyclone-devastated Fiji with wide-spread flooding of rivers, as well as road and school closures. Floodwaters are subsiding, but the country’s key vegetable growing area was badly flooded. Health and hygiene concerns remain, including the risk of mosquito and water-borne diseases.
8 AprRepublic of Palau National Emergency Management Office shared an El Niño Response Plan costed at US$3.2 million.
Media updates

9 Apr - PressTV - 6 million Ethiopian children threatened by severe drought; International charity organizations have warned that severe drought in Ethiopia is threatening the lives of at least six million children.
7 Apr - China will speed up its disbursement of $155 million previously pledged to assist African countries affected by El Nino – news story
7 Apr - Ethiopia in crisis due to El Nino drought
7 Apr - Ethiopia is in the grip of its worst drought in decades
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13 Apr - Update - El Niño Overview of Impact, Projected Humanitarian Needs and Response - OCHA

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