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27 May 2017 description

This final report consolidates all the achievements of the response operation over a period of 12 months. The IFRC on behalf of the Rwanda Red Cross Society would like to thank all those who contributed to the emergency appeal. More specifically RRCS and IFRC would like to thank the following partners for their contributions; American Red Cross, Austrian Red Cross, Japanese Red Cross Society, Norwegian Red Cross, Red Cross of Monaco, Swedish Red Cross, The Canadian Red Cross Society (from Canadian Government), The Netherlands Red Cross (from Netherlands Government)

27 May 2017 description

Rainfall in May improves Msimu and Masika harvest prospects

Key Messages

26 May 2017 description

Kigali: The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today expressed gratitude to Japan for its latest contribution of 165 million Japanese Yen (US$ 1.46 million), which will be used to provide food and nutrition assistance to over 55,000 Burundian refugees residing in Mahama refugee camp and reception centres. The official handover ceremony took place today at the WFP compound in Kigali.

26 May 2017 description

Ceci est un résumé des déclarations du porte-parole du HCR Babar Baloch – à qui toute citation peut être attribuée – lors de la conférence de presse du 23 mai 2017 au Palais des Nations à Genève.

Le HCR, l’Agence des Nations Unies pour les réfugiés, réitère ce jour son inquiétude quant à l’instabilité de la situation au Burundi, qui continue de pousser les civils à fuir dans les pays voisins en quête de sécurité. Depuis avril 2015, environ 410 000 réfugiés et demandeurs d’asile ont été contraints de fuir leurs foyers. Ces chiffres ne cessent d’augmenter.

25 May 2017 description

The Burundi Red Cross Society’s Humanitarian Hotline provides critical referral services to callers 24-hours a day

By Rita Maingi/OCHA ROSEA Bujumbura – May 2017

25 May 2017 description

Résumé

La situation d'insécurité alimentaire est préoccupante au Burundi. Elle présente une détérioration continuelle.

  • 45,5% des ménages sont en insécurité alimentaire dont 8,5% (982 414 personnes) en situation d'insécurité alimentaire sévère ;

  • 13,8% des ménages ont une consommation alimentaire pauvre, et donc incapables de couvrir leurs besoins énergétiques quotidiens ;

  • 46,2% des ménages ont un score de diversité alimentaire pauvre ;

25 May 2017 description

Season B harvest to further improve food access

Key Messages

25 May 2017 description

Initial Season B harvest improves food availability and access

Key Messages

24 May 2017 description

In this issue

One in four Burundians acutely food insecure p.1

Three million Burundians facing multiple humanitarian needs p.2

Nearly 100 people a day refused entry into Tanzania p.2

Three million malaria cases since January 2017 p.3

Humanitarian risk analysis p.3

Humanitarian funding p.4

HIGHLIGHTS

• One in four Burundians is in the humanitarian phase of acute food insecurity

• Nearly 100 people a day are refused entry into Tanzania

24 May 2017 description

KEY FIGURES

409,662 New Burundian refugees in asylum countries since April 2015 as of 30 April 2017

FUNDING

USD 250 million Requested for the overall situation through UNHCR's Supplementary Appeal (Jan-Dec 2017)

PRIORITIES

  • Tanzania: Provide assistance to the Tanzanian Government in the development of the new Refugee Status Determination procedures.

23 May 2017 description
report UN News Service

23 mai 2017 – L'Agence des Nations Unies pour les réfugiés (HCR) a de nouveau fait part de son inquiétude concernant la situation instable au Burundi qui continue de pousser les gens à chercher la sécurité dans les pays voisins.

« Depuis avril 2015, quelque 410.000 réfugiés et demandeurs d'asile ont été contraints de fuir leurs foyers. Ces chiffres augmentent encore », a déclaré mardi un porte-parole du HCR, Babar Baloch, lors d'un point de presse à Genève.

23 May 2017 description

SITUATION OVERVIEW

Majority of Burundian refugees are accommodated in Maham camp in Eastern Province. Some 30% of people live in urban locations mainly Kigali and Huye. Humanitarian assistance and protection is mainly provided to people living in the camp. Needs of people living in urban areas remain under supported mainly due to lack of funds. Therefore more and more people approach UNHCR with request for transfer to Mahama camp due to inability to cater for basic needs on their own.