- OCHA Situation Report No. 52 (as of 14 April 2015) EN/FR
- NRC/UNHCR: Displacement and Housing, Land and Property Rights in the Central African Republic
- UNHCR Regional Update #53 - Central African Republic Situation, 21 March - 3 April 2015
Appeals & Funding
- Plan de réponse humanitaire 2015
- ‘How to contribute' To the Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF)
• Le Gouvernement a annoncé que le site de déplacés (PDI) de l’aéroport M’Poko sera fermé d’ici à la fin mai 2015. Ce site abrite environ 18 300 PDI.
• Les incidents sur l’accès ont augmenté de 47 pour cent en mars, avec différentes menaces contre le personnel humanitaire. Les ONG internationales ont temporairement suspendu leurs activités à Kabo dans la préfecture de l’Ouham en raison d'attaques ciblant le personnel humanitaire, les biens et les locaux.
USD$ 28 million allocated from UN Central Emergency Fund to assist people affected by Boko Haram’s insurgency.
Boko Haram, insecurity exert misery in Cameroon’s Far North Region.
Millions of people in Ebola-affected countries risk serious food shortages during the June-August lean season.
Significant drop in EVD cases recorded in March.
The Transitional Government announced that the Mpoko airport IDP site will close by the end of May. The site hosts some 18,300 IDPs.
Access incidents increased by 47 per cent in March, with serious assaults and threats against humanitarian staff. International NGOs temporarily suspended activities in Kabo Ouham Province due to attacks against humanitarian personnel, assets and facilities.
Multi-sectoral assistance is being delivered in Kouango, Ouaka Province, following an OCHA-led assessment mission.
Alexis Kamanzi is an OCHA Civil-Military Coordination Officer in war-torn Central African Republic (CAR). Alexis is from Rwanda, but for the past 18 months he has lived in Bangui, where he is the link between military actors and the humanitarian community to ensure all relevant parties can work without compromising each other’s activities.
RÉPUBLIQUE CENTRAFRICAINE (RCA)
FERMETURE DU SITE DE DÉPLACÉS DE L’AÉROPORT DE BANGUI
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC (CAR)
BANGUI AIRPORT IDP SITE TO BE SHUT
2.7 million people are still in need based on 2015’s humanitarian Strategic Response Plan for the Central African Republic. The relative severity requirement by sub-prefecture shows that the humanitarian situation one year after the outbreak of the crisis is still important and continuing to be despite the progress of humanitarian actors deployment on the field and sectoral response already made over of 2014.
Humanitarian access continues to be hindered by various constraints; particularly violence against civilians including aid workers/assets, interference in the implementation of humanitarian activities and active hostilities. Since the January 2014, more than 1,455 security incidents have been recorded of which 166 or 11 per cent were direct violence against humanitarian organisations. In March 2015, 112 security incidents with 14 or 13% against aid workers specifically humanitarian workers kidnapping.
In war-torn Central African Republic (CAR), a community radio in Bambari is bringing together Muslims and Christians to build tolerance and ease tensions.
Read the full story on the OCHA website.
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.
Tchad : le chef du HCR vient compatir avec près de 500.000 réfugiés (French.China.Org.Cn, 26/03/15)
Les orphelins de Boko Haram (Ici Radio Canada, 30/03/15)
With support from the United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF), the World Food Programme (WFP) has begun its first food voucher programme in the Central African Republic (CAR) to assist more than 100,000 people affected by the conflict.
Delivery of humanitarian aid is expected to significantly decline as funding remains seriously low: only 11 per cent of the US$613 million required for 2015 has been funded.
The humanitarian community strongly condemned the killing of a medical worker at a health centre in Gbokolobo village, Ouaka Province.
A joint mission to Kouango, Ouaka Province, assessed humanitarian access in the region and reopened much-needed humanitarian space to reach affected people.
High levels of chronic vulnerability persist in the Sahel. Early 2015, an estimated 20.4 million people are food insecure in the region. Acute malnutrition is expected to threaten the lives and development of 5.8 million children under five years of age. Violent conflicts and insecurity caused 2.8 million people to flee from their homes, over a million more than early January 2014. Here is how humanitarian teams plan to respond to support the Sahel's most vulnerable.