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DR Congo UNICEF Monthly Humanitarian Situation Report - 01 - 30 June 2014

Highlights

Lubero, North Kivu: Following the advance of NDC-Cheka militia towards other localities of Ikobo and Bunyatenge groupings in South Lubero, populations moved towards localities along Masereka- Lukanga axis. Over 1,000 households were added to 3,000 initially recorded in other localities of South Lubero. The threat of this militia walking on Bunyatenge, a locality bordering recently affected Oninga (Walikale), worries populations and humanitarian workers.

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Cameroon + 4 others
Central African Republic Revised Regional Refugee Response Plan: January-December 2014

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SUMMARY

Period: January to December 2014
Current Beneficiary Population:159,876
Planning Figure to End- 2014: 306,500

Target Beneficiaries:

  • New Refugees fleeing the Central African Republic (CAR) since December 2013.
  • Third Country Nationals fleeing CAR with refugees to Cameroon and Congo.
  • Host communities.

Financial Requirements: USD 209,707,4101
Number of Partners: 16

Introduction

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Appel de fonds révisé de 210 millions de dollars pour l'aide du HCR aux réfugiés centrafricains

GENEVE, 22 juillet (HCR) – Le HCR et ses partenaires ont appelé aujourd'hui les bailleurs de fonds à contribuer davantage pour faire face à l'afflux continu et à la détérioration de la condition des réfugiés centrafricains.

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Global Emergency Overview Snapshot 16-22 July

The weekly Global Overview collates information from a range of sources and displays it in a manner that allows for quick comparison of different humanitarian crises.

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L’effet domino : où pourquoi une perspective plus ample est nécessaire pour traiter le déplacement en Afrique centrale

La République Centrafricaine, la République Démocratique du Congo (RDC), le Soudan et le Soudan du Sud regroupent entre eux quatre des crises de déplacement interne les plus importantes, non seulement en Afrique, mais dans le monde. Une situation d’extrême pauvreté et des frontières relativement perméables sont des caractéristiques communes à chacun de ces pays que de nombreux autres aspects lient inextricablement les uns aux autres.

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The domino effect: why a wide lens is needed to address displacement in central Africa

A comprehensive, flexible and carefully targeted response is clearly required if all IDPs are to receive the assistance and protection they need in rebuilding their lives, states new briefing paper.

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CAR Crisis IOM Regional Response Situation Report 1 - 14 July 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

CAR: IOM in cooperation with the Danish Refugee Council organized a three-day capacity building training in Boda to promote social cohesion in the community.

CHAD: In early July, IOM resumed activities in the health clinic in Gaoui temporary site, N’Djamena.

CAMEROON: During the reporting period, IOM conducted medical consultations for 251 third country nationals (TCNs) in Garoua Boulai, and 36 individuals in Kentzou.

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UNHCR seeks $210m in revised appeal for refugees from Central African Republic

UNHCR and 16 other agencies providing life-saving relief are calling on donors to increase their funding support for programmes in neighbouring host countries.

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République Centrafricaine: Analyse Des Besoins De Crise - Déc. 2013 - Juillet 2014

Aperçu de la crise

La RCA connait une situation d’urgence depuis les 5-6 décembre 2013.
- La crise, de dimension régionale, a débuté en décembre 2012 lorsque la Séléka, une coalition armée menée par des groupes majoritairement musulmans du Nord-Est du pays, a entamé une campagne aboutissant à un coup d’Etat le 24 mars 2013. L’incapacité du nouveau pouvoir à rétablir la sécurité dans le pays ont progressivement fait sombrer la RCA dans le chaos.

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Central African Republic Situation: UNHCR External Regional Update 24, 12-18 July 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • On 18 July, the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator, Ms. Valerie Amos and the Commissioner for international cooperation, humanitarian aid and crisis response, Ms. Kristalina Georgieva, issued a joint statement expressing their concern at deliberate and deadly attacks against civilians in the Central African Republic. There are continued reports of intensified violence, including, in several instances targeting displaced people, as was the case recently in Bambari which killed at least 27 people.

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RD Congo: Aperçu humanitaire (Juillet 2014)

L’Est de la RDC demeure une zone sécuritaire très volatile. Le sud du Territoire d’Irumu en Province Orientale, le Masisi au Nord-Kivu et le « triangle de la mort » au Katanga sont des niches d’insécurité où régulièrement des attaques, affrontements et autres incidents de protection condamnent des milliers de personnes à l’errance pour se protéger.

FAITS MARQUANTS

Sud Irumu

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Central African Crisis: Regional Humanitarian Snapshot (as of 17 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. Hundreds of CAR refugees continue to arrive in Cameroon every week and some 36 per cent of site-resident IDPs intend to stay.

KEY FIGURES

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Cameroon + 4 others
C.A.R. Regional Impact Situation Report #5 17 July 2014

In Numbers

110,000 persons have arrived in Chad (refugees, returnees) since January

116,000 refugees have been registered arriving in Cameroon since January (in addition to state-less persons and Third Country Nationals)

More than 5,300 refugees have fled to RoC since January (2/3 arrived in Likouala district)

In DRC there are some 58,000 refugees from C.A.R. (new + previous caseload)

Situation Update

Spotlight: WFP nutrition interventions in Cameroon and Chad

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DR Congo UNHCR Fact Sheet 30 June 2014

UNHCR operational highlights

• A UNHCR-OCHA mission from Geneva and New York visited Kinshasa, from 10-11 June 2014, for the official roll-out of the new Refugee Coordination Model (RCM), which is a result of the joint UNHCR-OCHA Note on Mixed Solutions: Coordination in Practice, in Democratic Republic of Congo. The overall goal was to introduce the new RCM, reflect on existing coordination practices and the current interface between refugee and IASC coordination, as well as identifying lessons learned and good practices to assist future field application.

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Centrafricaine: Aperçu Transfrontalier de la crise (10 Juillet 2014)

Contexte

Les événements de décembre 2013 en République Centrafricaine, théâtre d’une hausse sans précédent de la violence et du chaos ont provoqué le déplacement de plus de 1 million de personnes en internes et plus 380 000 autres ont traversé les frontières.
Plus de 187 251 individus immigrants ont été évacués vers leurs pays (Tchad, Cameroun, Congo, RDC,
Nigeria, Cote d’ivoire, etc...). La fermeture de la frontière Tchad/RCA depuis 9 mai 2014 a eu un impact considérable sur les échanges entre les deux pays.

Transhumance

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Central African Republic: Cross-border crisis Snapshot (as of 10 July 2014)

Context

The events of December 2013 in the Central African Republic (CAR) has seen of an unprecedented rise of violence and chaos, and has led to the internal displacement of over 1 million people. More than 380,000 people have crossed the borders to neighboring countries and more than 187,251 people have been evacuated to their countries of origin (Chad, Cameroon, Congo, DRC, Nigeria, Côte d’Ivoire, etc.). The closing of the Chad/CAR border has had a considerable impact on the exchanges between the two countries

Transhumance

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Central African Crisis: Regional Humanitarian Snapshot (as of 10 July 2014) [EN/FR]

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The events of December 2013 in the Central African Republic (CAR) has seen of an unprecedented rise of violence and chaos, and has led to the internal displacement of over 1 million people. More than 380,000 people have crossed the borders to neighboring countries and more than 187,251 people have been evacuated to their countries of origin (Chad, Cameroon, Congo, DRC, Nigeria, Côte d’Ivoire, etc.). The closing of the Chad/CAR border has had a considerable impact on the exchanges between the two countries.

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit http://unocha.org/.

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Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Initiative (RWSSI) 2013 Annual Progress Report

Introduction

  1. The Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Initiative (RWSSI) was launched in 2003 with the strategic goal of achieving full access to safe, adequate and affordable water supply and sanitation for rural areas in Africa by 2025. The RWSSI targets for 2015 are aligned with the MDG targets of 70% and 62% access to water supply and sanitation, respectively. This report updates stake holders on the progress made in 2013.

Financial Status

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R2P Monitor - 15 July 2014 Issue 16

R2P Monitor is a bi-monthly bulletin applying the Responsibility to Protect lens to populations at risk of mass atrocities around the world. Issue 16 looks at developments in Syria, Sudan, South Sudan, DR Congo, Nigeria, Burma/Myanmar, Central African Republic, and Iraq.