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El Nino weekly update - June 28 - July 4

Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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OCHA - Situation Report
Week of 28 June - 4 July
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

GLOBAL

IMF - Working Paper. Fair Weather or Foul? The Macroeconomic Effects of El Niño. Analysis of the international macroeconomic transmission of El Niño weather shocks.

IMF - Finance and Development. Analysis. El Niño: Good Boy or Bad? Positive and negative effects of El Niño on the world’s economies.


AFRICA


04 July: FAO Ethiopia - Livestock-dependent households face massive challenges following El Niño-induced drought and flooding. Report.  

03 July: Famine Early Warning System Network. Mozambique Food Security Outlook, June 2016 to January 2017. Report. El Niño-related drought drives atypically high needs in 2016/17.
 
02 July: Famine Early Warning System Network. Ethiopia Food Security Outlook, June 2016 to January 2017. Report. Meher harvests to improve food security in October, but Deyr rains may be below average.
 
01 July: Famine Early Warning System Network. Rwanda Remote Monitoring Update, June 2016 to January 2017. Report. Above-average crop production improves food security except in parts of East Province.
 
01 July: Famine Early Warning System Network. Sudan Food Security Outlook, June 2016 to January 2017. Report. Favorable rainfall forecasts suggest improvements in food security.
 
01 July: Famine Early Warning System Network. Zimbabwe Food Security Outlook Update, June 2016 to January 2017. Report. Liquidity challenges expected to negatively impact livelihoods and food access countrywide.
 
01 July: WFP Zimbabwe Country Brief, May 2016.

30 June: African Development Bank. Madagascar: Aide humanitaire d’urgence à l’assistance à la lutte contre la malnutrition suite à la sécheresse recurente dans le grand Sud (French). Report.

30 June: Namibia - The President of Namibia officially declares the state of emergency due to drought, calling the current situation “a national disaster” – Report. The Government has announced an envelope of N$90 million (US$6 million). Namibia has been experiencing a persistent drought for the past three years, which has affected over a quarter of the population.

30 June: UNFPA Somalia – Saving the lives of women facing drought. Report.  UNFPA is supporting the provision of maternal health services geared towards addressing high rates of mortality and morbidity.
 
29 June: IFRC –Swaziland. A text message helps families survive ongoing drought. Report. El Niño has left 25 per cent of the population in desperate need of food assistance. With entire crops failed, the Red Cross is turning to cash transfers to help see families through the difficult times. 

28 June: WFP Burundi Country Brief, May 2016.

28 June: WFP Sudan Country Brief. Humanitarian needs have increased as a result of the South Sudanese refugees, El Niño, and Jebel Marra crises. 4.4 million people are food insecure, and 3.8 million in urgent need of assistance.

27 June: Ethiopia Weekly Humanitarian BulletinOCHA. The HRD is funded at US$1 billion, but a significant gap remains. The drought disproportionately affects women – particularly pregnant and breastfeeding mothers - who suffer most from health complications and malnutrition.

ASIA PACIFIC

01 July: Government of Fiji – ENSO Update. El Niño ends, swing to La Niña favoured.

01 July: WFP Indonesia Country Brief, May 2016.

01 July: UNICEF Vietnam Humanitarian Situation Report. 2 million people including 520,000 children and 1 million women are in need of humanitarian assistance.

30 June: Pakistan - FAO contributes to better planning of humanitarian relief operations. Report.

30 June: Marshall Islands – IOM El Niño Drought Response, Situation Report.

CENTRAL AND LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN

30 June: FAO - To reduce El Niño's impact on Central America's Dry Corridor, build resilience and invest in sustainable agriculture. Press release. UN meeting urges long-term development action for food security, safeguarding livelihoods.

29 June: Guatemala - Al Jazeera. Guatemala drought leaves hundreds of thousands hungry. Report. Thousands of people in southern Guatemala are suffering from a prolonged drought after years of below-average rainfall. The situation is particularly bad in the dry corridor, a region in the south of the country which extends into neighbouring Nicaragua, El Salvador and Honduras.
 
29 June: FAO – Central America Dry Corridor Situation Report, June 2016. 1.6 million people are food insecure, 3.5 million in need of humanitarian assistance.

28 June: UN agencies to meet on El Niño’s devastating impact in Central America’s Dry Corridor. Press release.

28 June: Panama – UNISDR. Easing impact of drought on the Panama Canal. Report. In the midst of one of the worst droughts to affect Central America in decades, the expanded Panama Canal is a model for how to adapt to climate change and reduce disaster risk.
 
Dominican Republic – Oxfam. Con la Seca Al Cuello: Assessment of the Impact of Drought on Plantain Farming Livelihoods in the Province of Bahoruco and Rice Farming Livelihoods in the Province of Montecristi (Spanish). Report. Supporting short films (Spanish with English subtitles) on the economic impact, the food security and harvest situation of vulnerable populations in Monte Cristi.

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