Humanitarian Situation Report No. 6
During the first half of 2018, the humanitarian situation in Papua New Guinea (PNG) deteriorated and remains grim due to three States of Emergency in PNG.

Humanitarian Situation Report No. 5
On 14 June, violence erupted in Mendi, the provincial capital town of Southern Highlands Province. An aircraft and its cargo contents (including vaccines destined for Hela Province) were destroyed and government buildings were burnt.

Humanitarian Situation Report No. 4
On 4 May, an agreement was signed by the warring tribes in Hela Province, improving the security situation although it remains unpredictable. Humanitarian organizations, including UNICEF, are currently planning for the resumption of relief operations in t

Humanitarian Situation Report No. 3
Since 28 March, 40,500 earthquake-affected people, have also been affected by the tribal conflict which resulted in the suspension of humanitarian operations in Hela province.

Humanitarian Situation Report No. 2
Since the initial 26 February earthquake, 194 aftershocks have occurred, of which six were of a 6.0 or greater magnitude. Provision of water, basic healthcare, nutrition, sanitation and psychosocial services, tied to getting children back to school, remai

Humanitarian Situation Report No. 1
Following the February 7.5 magnitude earthquake, numerous aftershocks continue to cause significant fear and anxiety, forcing many people to remain outside and away from their village land.



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