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South Sudan + 11 others
21 February 2014: Central and Horn of Africa – Conflict and Displacement

SUDAN: Humanitarian situation critical. Over 2 million IDP, 6.1 million in need. New arrivals from South Sudan may rise to 50 000 by the end of the year. ECHO has spent EUR140 million since 2011 in assistance to IDPs, refugees and people affected by natural disasters. (ECHO)

SOUTH SUDAN: Clashes continue in Unity, Jonglei,
Upper Nile. Up to 16 IDP killed and 120 wounded reported in the Protection of Civilians area in Malakal.

• Top three priorities: (1) Life-saving activities (2)
Helping people to plant (planting season March-April)

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West and Central Africa: Cholera cases 2013 (as of 1 November 2013)

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République Démocratique du Congo : 2012 en revue (décembre 2012)

2012 a vu une augmentation constante du nombre de personnes deplacées internes, passant de 1,7 millions en décembre 2011 à près de 2,7 millions en décembre 2012. L'est du pays est demeuré très instable dû à l'insécurité née de la présence des différents groupes armés- au Katanga, la population déplacée interne a quintuplé.

La persistence et la resurgence de plusieurs maladies ont fragilisé des communautes déjà démunies. Dans le reste du pays, des poches humanitaires surgissent, le défi principal étant les programmes de développement.

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Sudan + 13 others
Kampala Convention 2012: Who’s in? (as of 5 Dec 2012)

The figures above reflect people internally displaced due to conflict based on IDMC monitoring in 2011, but does not include those internally displaced by other causes including natural disasters or development projects. The Kampala Convention comprehensively includes all causes of displacement.

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Côte d'Ivoire + 5 others
Refugee situation in Côte d'Ivoire 31 October 2012

Côte d'Ivoire continues to host more than 9'400 Refugees within its borders; the majority of which are from Liberia and have been living in the country for more than 20 years. Since February 2012, UNHCR has facilitated the return of more than 12'000 registered Liberians from Côte d'Ivoire. UNHCR is also planning to assist another 5'700 Liberian Refugees wishing to return home voluntarily.