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22 Dec 2014 description

RÉSUMÉ

En 2015, l’assistance humanitaire en République Centrafricaine cible 2 millions de personnes dans le besoin, en concentrant la réponse sur les urgences, la protection et le renforcement de la résilience.

Objectifs stratégiques

  1. Améliorer immédiatement les conditions de vie des nouvelles personnes déplacées, en leurs assurant la protection et en leur fournissant des biens et services sociaux de base.

20 Dec 2014 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Insecurity, including attacks targeting relief workers and logistical constraints, continue to hamper humanitarian efforts.

  • More than 1.5 million people in CAR are experiencing acute food insecurity and require emergency food assistance.

  • As of December 19, international donors had committed $374.4 million, or 67 percent, of the $555 million requested in the 2014 CAR Strategic Response Plan (SRP).

KEY DEVELOPMENTS

20 Dec 2014 description

Highlights

  • One year after the cycle of violence reached Bangui, more appropriate and immediate solutions are needed for CAR’s complex humanitarian crisis.

  • An outbreak of violence in Bambari caused many casualties.

  • A joint mission met with armed groups in the Boali region to discuss access issues and constraints. Groups were sensitized on humanitarian principles and the need for unhindered humanitarian access.

19 Dec 2014 description

Je condamne fermement la reprise des affrontements à Mbrés (Préfecture de la Nana Gribizi) le 16 décembre 2014, qui selon la Croix rouge centrafricaine, ont causé la mort de 28 personnes dont un volontaire de la Croix Rouge nationale. Je présente mes plus sincères condoléances aux familles éprouvées.

Je suis indigné par le regain d’hostilités à Mbrés alors même que des lueurs d’espoir se profilaient le mois passé lors de ma visite, et plus récemment cette semaine avec la cérémonie de réconciliation entre les factions armées le 13 décembre.

18 Dec 2014 description

PRINCIPAUX PROBLÈMES HUMANITAIRES

Conflits et déplacements de populations

17 Dec 2014 description

PRIORITY NEEDS

Food insecurity

In December 2014, 19.8 million people in the Sahel are estimated to be food insecure, with at least 2.6 million having already crossed the emergency threshold and requiring urgent food assistance. Millions more are expected to see their food security deteriorate during the course of the 2015 lean season due to the exhaustion of stocks, pasture scarcity, food price variations, or livelihood erosion caused by recurrent crises.

Malnutrition

11 Dec 2014 description

MONDE
$16,7 MILLIARDS NÉCESSAIRE POUR AIDER 27,5 MILLIONS DE PERSONNES
Le 8 décembre, la communauté humanitaire a lancé un appel de 16,7 milliards de dollars pour aider 57,5 millions de personnes en 2015. Les crises en RCA, Irak, au Soudan du Sud et en Syrie, et leur impact régional resteront des priorités humanitaires. Cet appel n’inclut pas encore les plans de réponse stratégiques des neuf pays du Sahel qui seront lancés en février 2015. Ce qui va augmenter le nombre de personnes à aider et les besoins financiers pour 2015.

10 Dec 2014 description

The security situation in the Central African Republic remains highly volatile, with persisting violence including looting, mob violence and banditry. This consequently increases the vulnerability and needs of the people affected. Over 105 humanitarian organisations operating in CAR continue to provide immediate life-saving, multi-sectoral assistance to the estimated 2.5 million in need of humanitarian assistance including over 430,000 displaced people.

10 Dec 2014 description

SITUATION OVERVIEW

The humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic is further deteriorated by persistent insecurity and the recurrent upsurge of violence.

09 Dec 2014 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Les taux d’infection d’Ebola ralentissent au Liberia et se stabilisent en Guinée mais continuent d’augmenter en Sierra Leone. De nouveaux cas enregistrés dans la capitale du Mali, Bamako.

  • 700 000 PDI enregistrés au nordest du Nigeria, dans les états d’Adamawa, Borno, et Yobe.

  • En trois jours consécutifs, près de 15 000 personnes fuient le Nigeria pour se réfugier à Diffa, Niger, suite à l’attaque d’une ville à la frontière.

09 Dec 2014 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Ebola infection rates slowing down in Liberia, leveling-off in Guinea, increasing in Sierra Leone. New cases reported in the Malian capital, Bamako.

  • 700,000 IDPs registered in Adamawa, Borno, and Yobe states in Northeast Nigeria.

  • Nearly 15,000 people fleeing Nigeria for Diffa, Niger, in three days after border town attack.

  • Over USD$11 million of humanitarian goods lost in Burkina Faso.

  • 1,000 people evacuated after volcano eruption in Cabo Verde.

08 Dec 2014 description

The number of people affected by conflicts and natural disasters around the world has reached record levels.

Just a year ago, UN agencies and partners asked for $12.9 billion to assist 52 million people who we considered to be the most vulnerable and most in need of protection.

08 Dec 2014 description

Executive Summary

The gap between humanitarian needs and the resources available to meet them continues to grow.
This document sets out inter-agency appeals requesting $16.4 billion to assist 57.5 million people in 22 countries in 2015.

08 Dec 2014 description
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(Geneva, 8 December 2014): Humanitarian organizations aim to help at least 57.5 million of the most vulnerable people in the world with assistance in 2015 and require US$16.4 billion to do so. “Over 80 percent of those we intend to help are in countries mired in conflict where brutality and violence have had a devastating impact on their lives,” said Valerie Amos, UN Under-Secretary- General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, as she launched the 2015 global humanitarian appeal.

05 Dec 2014 description

HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES

  • Insecurity and conflict are creating concerning levels of continued and increasing needs.

  • An estimated 6 tons of explosive devices in Bangui’s Beal camp remain a high risk to the population.

  • Communities at risk in Yaloke, Berberati, PK5, Bouar, Boda, Carnot, Nola and Boganangone require urgent humanitarian assistance, particularly in protection, health and nutrition.

05 Dec 2014 description

(Bangui, 5 December 2014): One year ago, a cycle of violence reached Bangui triggering the displacement of half a million people, accompanied by the massacre of innocent civilians, leaving deep wounds in the communities that still have difficulties in living side by side today.

First of all, I would like to present my condolences to all the families affected by these massacres. I would also like to commend the courage of displaced people who continue to fight for survival and the courage of those who are working to ensure reconciliation and peace in the country.