November 10, 2019
| Dataset date: May 31, 2019
This dataset updates: Every month
The zipped dataset contains a CSV file detailing the number of beneficiaries reached with life-saving health services support up to the Local Government Area (LGA) and Ward level by month. The data is age and sex disaggregated, covering the three crisis-affected states of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe in north east Nigeria.
September 11, 2019
| Dataset date: Sep 28, 2017
This data is by request only
Hurricane Maria has affected the island of Puerto Rico, a US territory. Standby Task Force has been activated by the US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to collect information on hospitals and medical facilities. Here are the collected data on the status of each facility.
July 15, 2019
| Dataset date: Jan 1, 2015-Dec 31, 2018
This dataset updates: Every year
The FSVA includes 13 indicators based on a review of data availability at the district level and their ability to measure various aspects of food and nutrition security. The FSVA divides these indicators into two sets: chronic food and nutrition insecurity and transitory food insecurity. Within chronic, indicators measure food availability, food access, and food utilization. The transitory indicators describe climatic and environmental factors that affect food insecurity from an availability and access perspective. The nine indicators that relate to chronic food insecurity are combined into a single composite indicator to describe the overall district food security classification.
October 16, 2018
| Dataset date: Nov 1, 2017-May 1, 2018
This dataset updates: Every year
Community map data shows household-level accessibility to health care services, specifically maternity, pediatric, sexual health and reproduction, emergency and family care services, across 10 sample wards within two districts.
The sample wards in Temeke district include Tandika, Makangarawe, Mbagala and Mbagala Kuu, while the sample wards in Mbeya district include Mabatini, Iyunga, Nzovwe, Kalobe, Uyole and Iyela.
This rich survey data highlights the challenges and barriers citizens face in accessing these services, ranging from lack of staff to medicine shortages to high costs as well as the distance (in minutes) members of a household must travel (by walking, public bus, motorcycle or taxi) to reach such services.
Data collection in Temeke district took place between November 2017 to February 2018 and between February 2018 to May 2018 in the district of Mbeya (Urban) in Tanzania.
February 28, 2017
| Dataset date: Nov 30, 2016
This dataset updates: Never
Kenya’s commitment to close down Dadaab by mid-2017, the world’s largest refugee camp hosting over 300,000 Somalis, is putting increasing pressure on service delivery and infrastructure in Somalia. By October 2016, an estimate of 31,226 Somali people have returned from Kenya, the majority of which are heading to Kismayo, Baidoa, Luuq and Mogadishu. While the caseload of returnees is expected to continue growing over the coming months, there is no clear understanding of movement patterns of returnees or internally displaced persons which further complicates the attempts by humanitarian organisations to provide for required services.
The absence of a CCCM cluster in Somalia means that information on humanitarian needs and gaps has been limited to ad-hoc and un-coordinated assessments. The Kismayo IDP settlement assessment was triggered as a result of the need for a multi-cluster, area-based and coordinated information approach for humanitarian planning and service delivery in informal IDP settlements in Somalia.
The Kismayo IDP Settlement Assessment was carried out with financial support from USAID-OFDA and ECHO and in close collaboration with clusters (WASH, Shelter & NFIs, Education, Food Security, Health, Nutrition and Protection).