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Chad + 1 other
Tchad Bulletin Humanitaire Numéro 02 | Mars 2014

FAITS SAILLANTS

 Plus de 93 000 personnes ont fui la RCA au Tchad depuis décembre 2013.

 L’imminente saison des pluies requiert une amélioration des abris et de l'assainissement dans les sites de transit pour empêcher l'apparition de maladies.

 Le gouvernement du Tchad a prolongé la durée maximale de séjour dans les sites de transit de dix jours à un an.

 Plus des cas de rougeole ont été signalés au premier trimestre de 2014, comparé à toute l’année 2013.

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Chad + 1 other
Chad Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 02 | March 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Over 93,000 people have fled the Central African Republic for Chad since December 2013.

  • The impending rainy season requires improved shelter and sanitation in transit sites to prevent the outbreak of diseases.

  • The Government of Chad has extended the maximum duration of stay for returnees in transit sites from ten days to one year. It is identifying more appropriate sites to host them during this time.

  • More measles cases have been reported in the first quarter of 2014 than in all of 2013.

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Central African Republic: Bangui town with IDP sites (11 April 2014)

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Central African Republic Situation Report No. 21 (as of 16 April 2014)

The new sites host 10,000 people, raising the number of IDPs in Bangui to 219,000. Due to insecurity, shelter assessments cannot be carried out in some neighbourhoods.

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Communications with Affected Communities in CAR Evaluation Report February 2014

Introduction

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Central African Republic: Multi-cluster/sector initial rapid assessment (MIRA), January 2014 - Executive Brief

Key Messages

  • The upsurge in violence in December has caused massive displacement in the Central African Republic. More than 700,000 new cases of displacement have taken place since September 2014 (including over 500,000 in Bangui), while abuses against the civilian population are pervasive. The economy is reeling, undermining people's livelihoods. Health and education service provision has collapsed due to looting, and lack of supplies and stuff.

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World + 21 others
CERF Quarterly Update - January - March 2014

The largest allocations were provided to address critical needs in CAR and South Sudan. The donor community has contributed $220.7 million to CERF so far for 2014, one of the largest amounts since its launch in 2006.

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Nigeria + 6 others
West and Central Africa Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot, 8– 14 April 2014

CAMEROON
7,000 NEW ARRIVALS FROM CAR
The influx of refugees from CAR continues with some 7,000 arrivals since the previous week. The number of entry points increased following violence near the former main crossings at Garoua Boulai and Kenzou. Many refugees arrive exhausted and with injuries. In 2014, Cameroon has received almost 70,000 CAR refugees.

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Central African Crisis: Regional Humanitarian Snapshot (as of 14 April 2014)

IDP figures are stabilizing on a high plateau of almost 630,000, including more than 200,000 in Bangui, while the number of refugees continues to increase. It currently stands at 338,000.

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LRA Regional Update: Central African Republic, DR Congo and South Sudan (January - March 2014)

Overview

The Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) continues to be active in CAR and DRC, where a total of 65 LRA attacks were reported in Q1 of 2014. These attacks represent 33% of reported incidents in 2013, with a majority (63%) occurring in DRC. These attacks resulted in two deaths and 93 abductions (of whom 12% are children). The incidents are consistent in pattern to those reported in Q1 of 2012 and 2013 except that the number of reported deaths has significantly reduced.

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Central African Republic: SRP 2014 Funding update as of 11 April 2014

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Central African Republic: Operational Presence (3W:OP) (11 April 2014)

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Central African Republic: Humanitarian Dashboard (as of 11 April 2014)

Persistent insecurity and attacks on civilians continued in various parts of the country. Entire villages were burned down and looted in northern Paoua (Ouham-Pende), prompting thousands of people, mostly women and children, to flee into the bush. At the same time, the vulnerability of affected population will increase with the onset of the rain and lean season. However underfunding is threatening ongoing humanitarian operations and there is a major risk of needing to downsize the humanitarian response

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Chad + 1 other
Revue de Presse Humanitaire au Tchad Du 05 au 11 avril 2014

Avant propos

Les articles sélectionnés dans cette revue de presse ont pour but d’informer sur la situation humanitaire au Tchad ou sur le contexte général. Cette sélection d'articles ne reflète pas nécessairement la position d’OCHA-Tchad. Merci de tenir compte de cette réserve.

LES TITRES

  • Tchad : la situation de la rougeole est alarmante (RCI, 05/04/14)

  • Tchad : Le gouvernement lance un bras de fer avec les pharmacies (Alwihda, 10/04/14)

  • Tchad: le Dr Cheik Tidiane Gadio reçu en audience à Amdjarass (JDT, 10/04/14)

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Central African Republic Situation Report No.20 (as of 9 April 2014)

The MISCA troops had provided protection to minority communities, who now face additional risks of attacks by armed groups.

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Nigeria + 12 others
West and Central Africa: Humanitarian Bulletin - March 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

· Two-week increase in IDPs in Bangui, from 177,000 to 203,500. Total in CAR stands at 628,500.

· Over 325,000 CAR refugees in neighbouring Cameroon, Chad, DRC and Congo, more than 89,700 since December 2013.

· Threatening situation for at least 15,000 Muslims, trapped in Bangui and other areas in CAR.

· More than250,000 IDPs in north-eastern Nigeria, according to NEMA assessment.

· 157 suspected cases of Ebola including 101 deaths reported in Guinea as of 7 April.

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Central African Crisis: Regional Humanitarian Snapshot (as of 07 April 2014)

The security situation throughout the country remains volatile after new clashes in Bangui and high level of tensions in many areas. The third week in a row of increasing IDP figures in Bangui confirms a departure from the downward trend since mid-January, with an overall increase from 177,000 to approximately 208,000. In Cameroon, the influx of refugees from CAR is continuing with about 5,000 new arrivals per week. In Chad, almost 62,000 evacuees remain in transit centres, mostly in the South near the CAR border.

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Sudan + 3 others
Sudan: Humanitarian Snapshot (31 March 2014)

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