WHO Grade 3 Emergencies [to 12 November 2016]
Iraq –
:: Iraq: Civilians caught in the cross-fire: WHO supports trauma care services for people in and around Mosul
9 November 2016 – The stories of civilians caught in the cross-fire in and around Mosul are heartbreaking and horrific. WHO is ensuring that life-saving health services are available to injured people, supporting the tireless work of the Erbil Directorate of Health to provide emergency medical care to all those who need it.
:: WHO condemns reported attacks using ambulances as weapons targeting civilians in Tikrit and Samarra, Iraq
6 November 2016

Nigeria -No new announcements identified.
South Sudan – No new announcements identified.
The Syrian Arab Republic – No new announcements identified.

Yemen – No new announcements identified.
:: Health system in Yemen
11 November 2016 – Health services play crucial role in preventing avoidable morbidity and mortality in emergencies. However, emergencies affect health facilities and services too. With many been damaged, left without medicines, equipment, basic amenities or health workers, cannot serve the population which may even have heightened healthcare needs due to the emergency. Health Resources Availability Monitoring System HeRAMS is developed to face these challenges. HeRAMS is a rapid online system for monitoring health facilities, services and resources availability in emergencies.

WHO Grade 2 Emergencies [to 12 November 2016]
Cameroon – No new announcements identified.
Central African Republic – No new announcements identified.
Democratic Republic of the Congo – No new announcements identified.
Ethiopia – No new announcements identified.
Libya – No new announcements identified.
Myanmar – No new announcements identified.
Niger – No new announcements identified.
Ukraine – No new announcements identified.


UN OCHA – L3 Emergencies
The UN and its humanitarian partners are currently responding to three ‘L3’ emergencies. This is the global humanitarian system’s classification for the response to the most severe, large-scale humanitarian crises.
:: Mosul Humanitarian Crisis, 9 November 2016
:: Iraq: Mosul Humanitarian Response Situation Report #6 (1-6 November 2016) [EN/AR/KU]

:: Syrian Arab Republic: Whole of Syria sectors’ response to hard-to-reach and besieged locations* (January – September 2016) 11 Nov 2016

:: Yemen Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 17 | As of 30 October 2016 8 Nov 2016

Corporate Emergencies
:: Haiti: Hurricane Matthew – Situation Report No. 20 (8 November 2016)
Main Points:
…Of the 806,000 affected people who are at the “extreme level” of food insecurity, 426,000 people (or 53 per cent) have so far received food assistance.
…Continued security incidents targeting convoys of humanitarian supplies hinder the much needed delivery of assistance.
…During the reporting period, heavy rains in the departments of Grand’Anse, Nord-Est, and Nord led to the death of 10 people (Three women, four men, and three children). Three others are wounded and one is missing.
…With crop loss reaching a staggering 80 to 100 per cent in parts of the predominantly rural areas, people’s food insecurity risks worsening in the coming months if farming activities are not urgently restored by mid-November.