Humanitarian Health Action

Niger situation reports



  • August 2012

    Health Cluster Bulletin in French

  • 22 August 2012

    Cholera situation in the WHO African Region

    A total of 55 185 cases and 1187 deaths have been reported in 2012 from 21 countries. The Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ghana, Guinea, Niger, Sierra Leone and Uganda accounted for 92% of the cases and 88% of the deaths. WHO and other partners continue to provide guidance and technical support to the affected countries in the areas of multi-sectoral coordination; surveillance; case management; infection prevention and control; logistics; community awareness; cross border collaboration; and resource mobilization. Experts in these different areas were deployed in the field to support the investigation and response to cholera outbreaks.

  • 30 August 2012

    Sahel food insecurity crises 2012

    Health facilities in the countries affected by the nutritional crises in the Sahel continue to report increases in the number of cases of acute malnutrition. The Governments of the affected countries, WHO and other health partners continue their efforts to support the humanitarian health response by providing medical supplies and technical support. The rainy season (June – September) brings increases in the risk of water-borne diseases such as cholera. Although no cases of cholera have been reported in the refugee and IDP camps, it is important to remain vigilant and strengthen the epidemiological surveillance and early warning system.







Natural disaster profiles

Niger Emergency Response Plan 2017

Health Cluster funding requirements
US$ 9 million (health partners including WHO)

WHO requirements
US$ 4 268 979

WHO and emergencies