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SitRep 2, COVID-19│NRC Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras and Panama

Autor: NRC| | Año: 2020

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) continues to be concerned about the impact of the global spread of coronavirus on vulnerable refugees and internally displaced people (IDPs). We are stepping up our efforts to both prevent and minimize its impact by adapting our programme to existing and new humanitarian needs of the affected communities.
Report: 1 to15 April 2020

SitRep 1, COVID-19│NRC Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras y Panamá

Autor: NRC| | Año: 2020

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is committed to preventing and responding to the COVID-19 crisis among refugees, displaced persons and host communities in Latin America. The coronavirus is affecting all people, however we have observed increasingly devastating effects on displaced populations
in particular. It is important that also in this crisis governments assist all populations in need within their borders.
Report: 17 to 31 March 202O

SitRep 1, COVID-19│NRC Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras y Panamá

Autor: NRC| | Año: 2020

El Consejo Noruego para los Refugiados (NRC) esta comprometido a prevenir y responder a la crisis de COVID-19 en poblaciones refugiadas, las personas desplazadas y las comunidades de acogida en América Latina.
Reporte: 17 al 31 de marzo 2020.

Una generación fuera de la escuela en El Salvador

Autor: NRC| | Año: 2019

Entre 2016 y 2018, se censaron 1,432 hogares con niños y niñas, recolectando datos de 6.202 personas en el departamento de San Salvador en los municipios de Apopa, Tonacatepeque y Santo Tomás. En 2018, añadimos más preguntas para enfocar el censo y obtener información más precisa sobre los riesgos de protección de los hogares con población desescolarizada. Este informe revela los resultados alcanzados.

Una generación fuera de la escuela en Honduras

Autor: NRC| | Año: 2019

Entre 2015 y 2018, se censaron 3,470 hogares con niños y niñas, recolectando datos de 18,308 personas en las ciudades de Tegucigalpa, Choloma y San Pedro Sula. En 2017 y 2018, añadimos más preguntas para enfocar el censo y obtener información más precisa sobre los riesgos de protección de los hogares con población desescolarizada. Este informe revela los resultados alcanzados.

The impact of violence on LGBTI people in the North of Central America

Autor: REDLAC| | Año: 2019

This snapshot analyses the main risks for LGBTI people in the NCA, particularly in the context of criminal violence. It highlights: an overview on access to basic rights; the main agents of persecution; the latest available data on human rights violations; the situation of displaced LGBTI people; and the main actions that states and the humanitarian sector must focus on in order to meet the needs. 2

The impact of violence on the right to adequate housing in the north of Central America

Autor: NRC y REDLAC| | Año: 2019

This snapshot highlights the main barriers preventing access to this fundamental right, particularly in the context of criminal violence and forced displacement. What are the existing vulnerabilities in the housing situation in the NCA? How does criminal violence affect this right? How are States and the humanitarian sector responding to the problem?

Access to Education in “Other Situations of Violence”

Autor: NRC y REDLAC| | Año: 2019

This protection snapshot highlights: the risks that children, teachers, schools and communities face; the state and humanitarian responses; and a series of recommendations put forward by a selection of humanitarian organisations working on education in the region. The research focuses on access to public education for children between 6 and 18 years old.

Violence and protection in the North of Central America

Autor: NRC y REDLAC| | Año: 2018

This report highlights the displacement and migration triggers, key facts about 'The Migrant Caravans' and the humanitarian response.

Protection in the North of Central America

Autor: NRC y REDLAC| | Año: 2018

This report highlights the best practices and challenges in humanitarian access in the NCA, and intends to improve the humanitarian response to the needs of people affected by violence and displacement in the region.

Derechos Respetados y Personas Protegidas