- OCHA Humanitarian Bulletin |Mai 2017
- FEWS Remote Monitoring Update, April 2017
- FAO Bulletin d’information et d’alerte sur la sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle, Numéro 2 Février - Mars - Avril 2017
Appeals & Funding
- Burundi: Aperçu des besoins humanitaires 2017 (octobre 2016)
- Burundi: Plan de Réponse Humanitaire Janvier - Décembre 2017 (Janvier 2017)
- Burundi Regional Refugee Response Plan (RRRP): Jan–Dec 2017
- Burundi Situation 2017: Supplementary Appeal Jan-Dec 2017 (May 2017)
- Humanitarian Action for Children 2017
- IOM Humanitarian Compendium
- IOM Appeal Burundi Complex Emergency (January - December 2016)
Burundi - The UN Migration Agency (IOM), in partnership with the Government of Burundi, has conducted a series of training sessions for 100 law enforcement officers on understanding, investigating and preventing human trafficking and identifying and supporting victims.
7978th Meeting (PM)
Regional actors and international partners must press for confidence-building measures that would be conducive for holding an inclusive and credible political dialogue in Burundi, Assistant Secretary-General Tayé-Brook Zerihoun told the Security Council this afternoon as it considered the situation in that country.
Conseil de sécurité
7978e séance – après-midi
Le Burundi souhaite un « embellissement » de ses relations avec les Nations Unies et des « relations apaisées » avec ses partenaires au développement
KEY MESSAGE: Users of the Toolkit are encouraged to enrich their narratives with relevant information about realities and prospects in their sphere of expertise, whether humanitarian or development or at sector level.
This Toolkit is a reference guide for those conducting advocacy and mobilizing support to address the comprehensive requirements of refugees and host communities in Uganda. It should be read in conjunction with the Concept Note on the Solidarity Summit.
Summary of Requirements for a Comprehensive Refugee Response in Uganda
Uganda hosts over 1.2 million refugees in 28 settlements in 12 districts (including Kampala) where refugees coexist peacefully with their host communities. The Ugandan model provides refugees with exemplary prospects for dignity, normality and self-reliance, and creates a conducive environment for pursuing development-oriented approaches.
By the end of 2016, Uganda was home to 940,800 refugees, originating from South Sudan (640,008), the Democratic Republic of the Congo (205,023), Burundi (40,742), Somalia (30,689), Rwanda (15,231), Eritrea (4,511), Sudan (2,545) and Ethiopia (2,002). By the end of May 2017, Uganda was home to 1,277,476 refugees, originating from South Sudan (947,427), the Democratic Republic of the Congo (204,413), Burundi (34,241), Somalia (25,321), Rwanda (13,907), Eritrea (4,310), Sudan (2,549) and Ethiopia (1,798). By the end of 2016, Uganda had the fifth-largest refugee population after Turkey …
UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie marked World Refugee Day 2017 visiting adolescent refugee girls in Nairobi.
Ms. Jolie met around 20 refugee girls, who are unaccompanied or separated from their parents and are now living in the Heshima Kenya Safe House and participating in a Girls’ Empowerment Programme.
Près de 210,000 PDI dans 13 des 18 provinces
Les admissions MAS en hausse de 6% au 1er trimestre par rapport à 2016
Les cas de malaria toujours au dessus du seuil épidémique
Pop. dans le besoin 3 millions(1)
Population ciblée 1 million(1)
PDI 209 202(2)
Réfugiés congolais 61,427(3)
Réfugiés burundais 408 844(4)
Pers. en insécurité alimentaire 2,6 millions(5)
Instability from Burundi’s political crisis continues to worsen with the numbers of refugees and displaced persons showing no signs of abating.
An upward surge in Burundian refugees in 2017 corresponds with a rise in conflict incidents, many of which have been initiated by the Imbonerakure—the ruling party’s youth militia. In June 2017, the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Burundi documented mass atrocities on a widespread scale “reinforced by hate speech, sometimes with an ethnic dimension, delivered by certain state officials and members of the ruling party.”
250.0 M required for 2017
4.3 M contributions received, representing 2% of requirements
245.6 M funding gap for the Burundi Situation
All figures are displayed in USD