La résilience

Rubriques connexes

Résultats filtrés par: CYCLONE KOMEN

 - 12/06/2016
The map of areas of potential vulnerability in Myanmar based on recent floods and cyclone events prepared by MIMU.
 - 25/05/2016
FAO, with funding from the Central Emergency Response Fund, provided emergency livelihood support to 10 000 flood-affected households (around 50 000 individuals) in Sagaing region, Myanmar. ...en lire plus
 - 12/05/2016
Daw Thein Shwe’s house in Taung Ywar Ward appears to be leaning. The roof is patched together with tarpaulin and bamboo and slopes precariously over the ...en lire plus
 - 06/05/2016
Life as a widow in Warcha village, Rakhine State is not easy. An Bira Hatu says she cannot afford the cost (around USD25 per month per ...en lire plus
 - 05/05/2016
Three years on from significant outbreaks of inter-communal violence across Rakhine State, hundreds of thousands of people remain in need of humanitarian assistance. With a poverty ...en lire plus
 - 03/05/2016
FAO, with funding from the Central Emergency Response Fund, is providing support to boost the livelihoods of 3 300 conflict- and flood-affected households (around 18 000 ...en lire plus
 - 20/04/2016
Sagaing was one of the worst affected regions by the floods that devastated large parts of Myanmar last July/August 2015, which were associated with cyclone Komen. This ...en lire plus
 - 11/04/2016
Living on the banks of the Chindwin River in Myanmar's Sagaing region, Daw Nye Mya (60) reports that she "had never seen flooding as bad" as ...en lire plus
 - 07/04/2016
The flooding and devastation caused in Myanmar by Cyclone Komen in July-August last year has exacerbated food insecurity for poor rural communities living in Myanmar’s hardest-hit ...en lire plus
 - 17/03/2016
Highlights Cyclone Komen made landfall in Myanmar at the end of July 2015 causing extensive flooding to agricultural land, which remained submerged in some areas until September. ...en lire plus
1 2