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United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund allocates US $15 million to support people fleeing violence in Fallujah, Iraq

REPORT

from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

Published on 20 Jun 2016

New York, 20 June 2016): United Nations humanitarian chief Stephen O’Brien has today released US$15 million from the UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to provide urgent life-saving assistance for people affected by the recent fighting and military operations in Fallujah.

Since last month, more than 85,000 people have been forced to flee the city, displacing families from their homes, communities and livelihoods. Those remaining in the city face dire shortages of food, medicine, electricity and safe drinking water.

“The families who have managed to flee Fallujah have escaped with nothing: they need everything,” warned Lise Grande, Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq. “Humanitarian partners are working around the clock to provide shelter, water, health care, household kits and specialized support for the victims of gender and sexual-based violence. This CERF grant will allow us to rapidly scale up our efforts, so it could not be more timely.”

Temperatures in the region are averaging 115°F /46°C and rising. Many people are unable to access clean drinking water, and shade is limited. Already vulnerable communities are more susceptible to outbreaks of communicable diseases, and there is a real risk of a cholera outbreak. Response efforts will include improvements to hygiene and sanitation, to help prevent the spread of disease.

CERF funds will enable the United Nations humanitarian agencies in Iraq, including IOM, UNICEF,
UNFPA, UNHCR and WHO, to quickly assist the newly displaced people.

We are working with the Iraqi Government to quickly set up camps to provide additional shelters.
Humanitarian partners will also focus on relief efforts to assist women and children who are particularly vulnerable in this conflict. Mobile psychological support teams are being established to provide specialized care for victims of the violence. The CERF funding will also enable health teams to provide critical care for new-born babies and children who have had limited health support and who have not yet been immunized.

“People escaping Fallujah are in desperate need of assistance now, this minute. We must act fast before this situation becomes a humanitarian catastrophe. These funds are time critical; however they only offer a small portion of what is urgently needed,” said Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Stephen O’Brien.“I call on donors to immediately support our humanitarian response and leverage this CERF allocation with additional resources so that together we can effectively address the growing humanitarian needs throughout Iraq.”

The United Nations Humanitarian Response Plan in Iraq has called for $861 million to address the needs of people affected by the current crisis. To date this appeal is only 36 per cent funded. In addition a further $65 million will be needed to respond to the current situation in Fallujah. This is expected to further strain already stretched resources and force humanitarian partners to reprioritize existing relief supplies and services.

Contingency stocks are nearly depleted, which could leave other communities in the country potentially vulnerable. While agencies have been preparing for the Fallujah situation for some time, the number of displaced people and the scope of their needs have outpaced humanitarian capacity.

CERF is one of the fastest and most effective ways to support rapid humanitarian response. Donors preposition funds with CERF so that money is available to start or continue urgent relief work at the onset of emergencies and for crises that have not attracted sufficient funding. Since 2006, 126 UN Member States and observers, as well as several private sector donors and regional governments have supported the Fund. Over the past 10 years, CERF has allocated almost $4.5 billion for humanitarian operations in 94 countries and territories. Recently Iraq became the 126th donor to CERF.

For further information, please contact:
Christelle Loupforest, CERF Secretariat, loupforest@un.org, Tel. +1 917 288 2767
Amanda Pitt, OCHA New York, pitta@un.org, Tel. +1 917 442 1810
OCHA press releases are available at www.unocha.org or cerf.un.org

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

Kurdistan received Ginel Aanerjee company $ 10 million

 

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Twilight News / announced Ginel Aanerjee global oil company, on Monday, it has received about $ 10 million from the Kurdistan Regional Government entitlements her about the export of crude oil from the Taq Taq oil field for the month of May.

The company announced in a statement seen by Twilight News, that the amount received by a part of the agreement on the financial payment for the sale of its crude oil from the right patter for the month of May of $ 25.16 million, adding that 21.02 million of which dues monthly and $ 4.13 million round of previous debts.

He said the company’s statement that the total share of the company in exchange for oil exports from the Taq Taq field in the month of April was $ 5.5 million, predicting that the Kurdistan Regional Government to hand over the rest of the company’s share for the month of May.

The total oil sales rate of patter field for the month of May, according to a statement the company 63,697 barrels per day while its sales price for the month of April to $ 46.88 per barrel.

The statement said that each barrel of crude oil extracted from the Taq Taq field has been sold at a price of at least five dollars less than the standard Brent Kajoor and control transfer.

The company said in its statement that it consistent with the provincial government on the sale of crude oil to the refinery Bazian final price (after deducting all other disbursements of it) under the mechanism announced by the provincial government as of last February on payment of dues to oil companies operating in the region.

كوردستان تسلم شركة غينيل اينيرجي 10 ملايين دولار

Abadi looking with Obama’s envoy to the training of Iraqi forces and the Battle of Mosul

 

History of edits:: 06/20/2016 22:455 visits readable
[Oan- Baghdad]
Search Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi, in his office on Monday, with Brett Macgork special envoy of US President [Barack Obama] for the management of the international coalition to fight Daash terrorist gangs in the presence of the US ambassador in Baghdad , Stuart Jones, the training of Iraqi forces.
A statement by the prime minister ‘s office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that ” it was discussed during the meeting the considerable progress of our heroine in the fight against terror Daash and liberate the occupied gangs and the latest of which was the victory and the liberation of Fallujah as well as international support for Iraq and the training and arming of the Iraqi armed forces were also discuss preparations for the Liberation of Mosul. ”
Park Macgork” achieved victories in Fallujah praised led Abadi and Sir Iraq to liberate their land and reforms in its institutions, reiterated the support of the United States and the international community for Iraq in its war against terrorism.
” http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=41158

Urgent clearing the highway link between Baghdad and Fallujah

History of edits:: 06/20/2016 20:38 • 24 visits readable


{Baghdad: Euphrates News} cleansed Baghdad Operations Command highway link between Baghdad and Fallujah.
A statement by the media cell-Harbi received by the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it today, “said pieces of the Baghdad Operations Command cleared the highway Baghdad, Fallujah, Anbar and raising the Iraqi flag it” .anthy

http://alforatnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=120144