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CENTRAL AND EASTERN AFRICA: IRIN weekly humanitarian round-up 689 28 June 2013


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Uganda's nodding syndrome centres low on drugs, food

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GULU/LIRA, 24 June 2013 (IRIN) - As scientists continue to search for the cause of and cure for nodding syndrome - a debilitating condition that causes seizures and stunting in children - health centres say they need better funding to continue to feed and treat those affected.
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New malaria tool to help track insecticide resistance

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KISUMU, 25 June 2013 (IRIN) - A new interactive online mapping tool will help track insecticide resistance (IR) in malaria-causing mosquitoes, experts say.
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What to expect in the Warsaw climate change talks

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JOHANNESBURG, 25 June 2013 (IRIN) - The floods in India's Uttarakhand State, which may have claimed as many as 5,000 lives, were prompted by an unusually high amount of rainfall. The disaster, possibly the largest so far this year, underscores what is at stake in the UN's upcoming climate talks in Warsaw, Poland.
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Bridging the gap between relief and development in DRC

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GOMA, 26 June 2013 (IRIN) - Every year, for nearly two decades, the humanitarian community has responded to large-scale and complex crises in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). This year, on the assumption that the crises are likely to continue, donors have agreed to fund longer-term and more flexible humanitarian projects in DRC.
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Setting standards for the aid industry

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LONDON, 28 June 2013 (IRIN) - The humanitarian community has gone through a period of soul searching in recent years, following the failure to protect victims of genocide in Rwanda, the chaotic lack of coordination after the 2004 Asian tsunami and the sex-for-food scandals in West Africa. Yet attempts to set universal standards and to certify aid agencies have been inconsistent and controversial.
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Insecurity hampers access to aid, basic services in northern Kenya

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ISIOLO, 28 June 2013 (IRIN) - The northeastern Kenya county of Mandera is experiencing a spike in inter-clan clashes, with several deaths recorded in the past week. Episodes of insecurity, since March 2012, have affected the delivery of aid to thousands of displaced people as well as access to basic services, say officials.
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