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26 May 2015 description

In 2015 humanitarian organizations will target assistance to an estimated 5.4 million of the most vulnerable people in Sudan. This vulnerability is primarily driven by conflict-induced displacement, and chronic food insecurity and malnutrition. Some 3.1 million people in Sudan are internally displaced; most in Darfur, while a further 0.7 million people are refugees displaced from their country of origin or South Sudanese who are unable to move to South Sudan.

26 May 2015 description

Brussels, 26 May 2015

As delivered

Your Excellency President Samba-Panza, Honorable Ministers, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, Friends,

I thank the European Union for hosting this conference at such a critical time, and for leading by example in its continued support for the humanitarian response and resilience efforts in the Central African Republic (CAR).

26 May 2015 description

The crisis in CAR has forced more than 1 million people to flee their homes. Today, more than 426,000 people remain displaced, living in the bush, in camps or with host families. They are among the 2.7 million Central African who depend on aid to survive, including 1.4 million people food insecure.

26 May 2015 description

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 January 2014 more than 1,817 security incidents have been recorded, including 232 acts of violence against humanitarian organisations.

22 May 2015 description

LES TITRES

  • Le CICR intensifie ses actions dans la région du lac Tchad (L’OBS, 21/05/15)

  • Alarming Rise of Malnutrition and Food Insecurity in Western Chad (UNICEF, 12/05/15)

  • L’OIM aide les migrants tchadiens bloqués au Cameroun à rentrer chez eux (OIM, 05/05/15)

  • Le Tchad vise un taux d’accès à l’eau de 95% pour les 15 prochaines années (Alwihda Info, 21/05/15)

  • In Chad, making quality education a reality for a million children (UNICEF, 18/05/15)

21 May 2015 description

PERIOD: January 2015 - December 2015

SUMMARY

Strategic objectives

  1. To immediately improve the living conditions of newly displaced individuals, ensuring their protection and providing them with basic goods and social services

  2. To reinforce the protection of civilians, including their basic rights, in particular those of children and women.

  3. To increase access to basic services and means of subsistence for vulnerable men and women.

20 May 2015 description

SOMMAIRE

La communauté humanitaire au Tchad recherche USD 540millions pour répondre aux besoins humanitaires de 2,5 millions de personnes en 2015. Ces fonds permettront de répondre à quatre défis humanitaires principaux liés à l’insécurité alimentaire et la malnutrition (44% du total demande), aux réfugiés et personnes déplacées (48% du total), aux urgences sanitaires (6% du total) et aux catastrophes naturelles (1% du total).

20 May 2015 description

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

357 CHILDREN RELEASED BY ARMED GROUPS

Armed groups on 15 May released 357 children, many younger than 12 years following a UNICEF-facilitated agreement with the leaders of anti-Balaka and ex-Seleka militants. UNICEF and partners have begun providing psychosocial support and working to reunite the children with their families and will be supporting their reintegration into the community. This is the single largest release of children associated with armed groups in the Central African Republic since violence erupted in 2012.

GUINEA

20 May 2015 description

Faits saillants

• Le 5 mai, les responsables des groupes armés se sont accordés pour libérer tous les enfants associés à leurs forces et mettre fin immédiatement à tout nouveau recrutement d’enfants.

• Le 10 mai, les représentants de groupes armés rivaux ont signé un accord de paix, y compris des dispositions sur le désarmement et la responsabilité pour les crimes de guerre.

19 May 2015 description

Overview

The Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) continues to be active and a threat to vulnerable communities in SSD, CAR and DRC. The trend in LRA attacks and deaths has remained constant since 2012, however a steady increase in number of abductions continues to be reported.

14 May 2015 description

Highlights

  • On 5 May, leaders of armed groups agreed to release all children associated with their forces and to immediately end any new child recruitment.

  • On 10 May, representatives of rival armed groups signed a peace accord including provisions on disarmament and accountability for war crimes.

  • The return and reinsertion process for IDPs at the Bangui M’poko site has started. A total of 687 households have been deregistered and will access a one-time cash payment and a reinsertion package.

12 May 2015 description

Faits saillants

• 21 personnes déplacées (PDI) Peuhles (éleveurs Peuhls Aka) ont été libérées des groupes armés dans la périphérie de Yaloké.

• Le HCR a organisé la réunification de 6 PDI de Yaloké avec leur famille au Tchad.

• En tant qu'appui au retour des PDI à Bangui, chaque ménage recevra dès le retour dans leur quartier 150 dollars en espèces, une bâche, trois moustiquaires, 2 mois de rations alimentaires pour les ménages retournés puis 2 mois de coupons alimentaires pour les ménages retournés et les familles d'accueil les plus vulnérables.

06 May 2015 description

(Bangui, le 06 mai 2015): Le dé-enregistrement des déplacés du site de M’Poko a débuté le 5 mai; une nouvelle étape dans le processus de retour des déplacés et de fermeture du site tel que décidé par le Gouvernement. Ce site héberge actuellement plus de 18 000 personnes déplacées, dont 77 pour cent sont duème arrondissement de Bangui.

30 Apr 2015 description

Highlights

  • 21 displaced Fulani (aka Peuhl) herders have been released from the captivity of armed groups in Yaloké rural area.

  • UNHCR reunified six IDPs from Yaloké with their family in Chad.

  • In support of IDP returns in Bangui, each IDP household will receive $150 cash, one tarpaulin, three mosquito nets as well as two-month food rations for returnee households and two-month food vouchers for the most vulnerable returnee households and host families upon return to their neighborhood.

26 Apr 2015 description

In 2015 humanitarian organizations will target assistance to an estimated 5.4 million of the most vulnerable people in Sudan. This vulnerability is primarily driven by conflict-induced displacement, and chronic food insecurity and malnutrition. Some 3.1 million people in Sudan are internally displaced; most in Darfur, while a further 0.7 million people are refugees displaced from their country of origin or South Sudanese who are unable to move to South Sudan.