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UPDATE: Iraq-Mosul: TSF supporting camp coordination
Six months ago, the city of Mosul in Iraq transformed into a violent battleground. To date, over 300,000 people have fled the city and have sought refuge in IDP camps set up in the surrounding region.
The volatile and unpredictable nature of the situation is such that relief agencies require fast and efficient coordination to serve the daily arrivals of families. Communication is the key to this.
UPDATE: Madagascar: TSF leads assessments alongside UN
At the request of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA), Télécoms Sans Frontières has deployed a team to assist its Disaster Coordination & Assessment body (UNDAC) in response to the category 4 Cyclone Enawo.
UPDATE SYRIA: Digital support for schools
To respond to the educational requirements of the children who have fled their homes, TSF put in place mLearning centres for Syrian refugees and IDPs.
Offering educational support using new technology to Syrian IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) and refugee children since 2013, TSF has provided schooling for 5,170 pupils.
Connectivity for security and coordination in Iraq
Under the fumes of the burning oil fields surrounding Mosul and violent combats just a few miles away, TSF's team in Iraq has set up internet via VSAT for the humanitarian community in the town of Qayyarah.