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Central African Republic: Security Event Density Analysis (July 2014)

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République Centrafricaine (RCA) Rapport de situation No.35 (au 21 juillet 2014)

Faits saillants

  • A Bambari, les derniers chiffres montrent que 8 186 personnes sont déplacées internes dans le site de l'Eglise Notre Dame des Victoires, 10 963 dans le site S (proche de la base Sangaris) et 5 833 dans le site de M (proche de la base MISCA).

  • Environ 103 400 PDI restent à Bangui. Soit une légère augmentation de 400, comparée à la semaine passée.

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Sierra Leone + 10 others
West and Central Africa: Humanitarian Bulletin - July 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • 1,323 Ebola cases and 729 deaths in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nigeria, and Guinea. Highest number of confirmed cases in Sierra Leone.

  • One out of every three refugee children from the Central African Republic suffers from acute malnutrition.

  • UNICEF reports that one in every three primary school children are out of school in northern Nigeria due to the insurgency.

  • Cameroon currently hosts 230,000 refugees from both Central African Republic and Nigeria.

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Central African Crisis: Regional Humanitarian Snapshot (1 August 2014)

The security situation remains volatile throughout the country. Renewed tension and the escalation of violence in the interior of the country, in particular in the town of Bambari and Paoua, have triggered new displacements. Humanitarian operations continue to be severely constrained by insecurity and serious funding gaps. Total IDP figures remain high, with nearly one million people displaced internally and across borders. Hundreds of CAR refugees continue to arrive in Cameroon every week.

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Central African Republic (CAR) Situation Report No. 36 (as of 30 July 2014)

Highlights

  • A three-day peace talk was held in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, from 21 July, attended by delegates of various political groups and resulting in the signing of a cessation of hostilities, but clashes between the armed groups continued.

  • Since 1 January, 13,698 children with severe acute malnutrition (SAM) have been admitted for treatment across the country. This represents 82 per cent of the SRP target of 16,800 children suffering from SAM.

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

Overview

Attacks by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) still remain a threat in CAR and DRC. Since January 2014, a total of 119 LRA attacks, 7 deaths and 307 abductions have been reported. Compared to 2013, this represents more than 60% of the attacks and almost 90 % of abductions reported by end of that year, an indicator that LRA is still very active in 2014.

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Nigeria + 5 others
West and Central Africa Region Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot (23-30 July 2014)

CAMEROON

18 KILLED IN CROSS BORDER INSURGENCY CLASHES

On 24 July, Boko Haram insurgents reported attacked a Cameroonian military base in Balgaram (Extreme North) killing two. On 27 July, the group also reportedly committed two attacks in Kolofata, killing at least 16 people.

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC (CAR)

400 FEWER IDPS, USD$7 MILLION HUMANITARIAN FUND ALLOCATED

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République Centrafricaine : 3W Bangui (28 Juillet 2014)

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Chad + 1 other
Revue de Presse Humanitaire au Tchad Du Du 20 au 25 juillet 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

  • IOM Organizes Safe Return from Cameroon of Chadian Migrants Displaced from CAR (IOM, 25/07/14)

  • Polio-free Chad: UNICEF quarterly newsletter on the polio eradication initiative in Chad (UNICEF, 23/07/14)

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République Centrafricaine (RCA) Rapport de situation No.34 (au 16 juillet 2014)

Faits saillants

• Il reste environ 103 000 PDI à Bangui, soit une baisse de 2 300 comparée à la semaine passée.

• Le 9 juillet, une mission multi-agences de l'ONU voyageant dans le nord de la RCA, a été prise en otage pendant des heures par des éléments anti-Balaka à environ 90 km de Bangui.

• Suite aux affrontements de la semaine dernière à Bambari, plus de 20 000 PDI habitent dans trois sites de PDI. Depuis le 14 juillet, UNICEF et le PAM, en partenariat avec ACTED, ont distribué des articles non vivres à 2 000 ménages du site S à Bambari.

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Central African Crisis: Regional Humanitarian Snapshot (as of 24 July 2014)

The security situation remains volatile throughout the country. Renewed tension and the escalation of violence in the interior of the country, in particular in the town of Bambari, have triggered new displacements. Humanitarian operations continue to be severely constrained by insecurity and serious funding gaps. Total IDP figures remain high, with nearly one million people displaced internally and across borders.

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Central African Republic (CAR) Situation Report No. 35 (as of 21 July 2014)

  • In Bambari, the latest figures show 8,186 internally displaced people at the Notre Dame des Victoires site, 10,963 at the S site (close to the Sangaris base) and 5,833 at the M site (close to the MISCA base).

  • An estimated 103,400 IDPs remain in Bangui. This is a slight increase of 400 compared with the previous week.

  • FEWS NET warns that despite the start of the harvesting period for some crops, food insecurity at crisis levels (Phase 3) is expected to continue until December.

528,400 IDPs in CAR, including

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Central African Republic: Bouar Town (as at 24 July 2014)

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Central African Republic: Bossangoa Town (as at 23 July 2014)

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Emergency Relief Coordinator’s key messages on the Central African Republic, 23 July 2014 - Issue Number 2

Key Messages

  1. The emergency in the Central African Republic continues to have dramatic humanitarian consequences for people throughout the country. The entire population of 4.6 million people is affected, and tens of thousands of people urgently need protection, emergency shelter, food aid and healthcare.

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Nigeria + 5 others
West and Central Africa Region Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot (17 - 22 July 2014)

Affected persons are sheltering in schools, churches and in host communities. Malaria, diarrhoea and other waterborne diseases were reported at refuge centres.

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Rapport de Mission conjointe OCHA HRC et PAM à Koui et à Ngaoundaye du 10 au 14 juillet 2014

Résumé exécutif

L’analyse des problématiques humanitaires à Ngaoundaye et à Koui, conduit à mettre un accent primo sur la situation sanitaire à Ngaoudaye. Cette situation dans cette ville et dans les villages environnants semble être catastrophique au regard du nombre de fréquentation mensuel qui ne cesse de décroitre.

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