- UNICEF Humanitarian Situation Report, April 2015
- OCHA Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 20 | 11 – 17 May 2015
- OCHA Sudan Common Humanitarian Fund | CHF - Basic facts and figures
Appeals & Funding
- 2015 Humanitarian Needs Overview
- Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan 2015
- CHF (Common Humanitarian Fund)
United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinators or their representatives from 9 countries in the Horn of Africa and the Great Lakes region (Burundi, Djibouti, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Somalia, Sudan and Tanzania), Regional Directors from humanitarian organizations including from Oxfam, IRC, NRC, Mercy Corps, Save the Children, DRC, OCHA, WFP, UNICEF, FAO, IOM, UNHCR and ISDR; the Office for the Special Envoy of the Secretary General for the Great Lakes; the United Nations Development Program, and the World Bank, met in Nairobi on 22 May 2015 to …
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)
• Humanitarian supplies and response teams are ready to move to Abu Karinka, East Darfur once government authorities grant access.
• CERF grants $1.9 million to measles response, as Phase 1 of the Government’s measles vaccination campaign concludes.
• Camps in White Nile State set to receive urgently needed water bladders and latrines.
• The Government of Germany contributes €1 million to World Vision’s project in South Darfur.
Displaced people in Sudan 3.1 million
La communauté humanitaire au Tchad recherche USD 540millions pour répondre aux besoins humanitaires de 2,5 millions de personnes en 2015. Ces fonds permettront de répondre à quatre défis humanitaires principaux liés à l’insécurité alimentaire et la malnutrition (44% du total demande), aux réfugiés et personnes déplacées (48% du total), aux urgences sanitaires (6% du total) et aux catastrophes naturelles (1% du total).
Key planning figures
12.1 6 million food insecure people in crisis and emergency phases (Apr-15)
6.62 million people displaced internally (Mar-15)
2.3 million refugees in the region (Mar-15)
950 million US$ funded (May 2015)
Key drivers of crisis in the region
Conflict and Insecurity
Displacement and population movement
Renewed fighting in Unity and Upper Nile states has affected hundreds of thousands of people - nearly 300,000 people were affected by the upsurge of conflict in the first days of May alone. The number of displaced from the latest surge of conflict is not reflected as such, due to the fluid dynamics and lack of verified information. The ongoing conflict continues to affect millions of people across South Sudan.
Some 1.52 million people have fled their homes, many of them multiple times.
• Outbreak of fighting in East Darfur is causing significant new displacement and loss of life
• Inter-agency team assesses immediate needs of 344 newly arrived people in Hassahissa IDP camp, Central Darfur
• Funding constraints force aid organizations in West Darfur and South Kordofan to hand over operations to State Ministries of Health
• WFP and UNHCR begin preparations for the rainy season in White Nile and South Kordofan states
Displaced people in Sudan: 3.1 million
• 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.
Khartoum, 11 May 2015. The United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Sudan ad interim, Mr. Geert Cappalaere, has expressed his deep concern at reports of inter-tribal warfare breaking out in the vicinity of Abu Karinka and Adila towns in East Darfur.
IN SUDAN, AN OCHA-MANAGED CALL CENTRE IS ENSURING THAT COMMUNICATION WITH AID BENEFICIARIES IS A TWO-WAY STREET. THE RESULT ? AN IMPROVED LEVEL OF ACCOUNTABILITY TOWARD CRISIS-AFFECTED COMMUNITIES.
WHAT IT IS
• Interventions begin for displaced population in Mellit, North Darfur
• INGOs resume activities in South Darfur, following lifting of government access restrictions to IDP camps
• Registration of South Sudanese continues in White Nile State
• Improved food security conditions expected in relatively secure areas of Sudan, but acute food insecurity will persist in conflict-affected areas , according to FEWS NET
Displaced people in Sudan 3.1 million
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.
• Thousands of people displaced by inter-tribal fighting in North Darfur’s Mellit locality need humanitarian assistance.
• Some 600 newly displaced people in East Darfur’s Yassin town are sheltering under trees, according to a recent inter-agency mission.
• WFP receives food aid worth $135 million from USAID to assist people in need during the lean (hunger) season.
• As of 22 April, 133,626 South Sudanese refugees have arrived in Sudan, according to UNHCR.
Food security is expected to deepen for many vulnerable households as the lean period start by end April - May. Malnutrition levels are expected to worsen after May and are already above critical thresholds in parts of northern Kenya, eastern and southern Ethiopia, rural Djibouti, and south-central Somalia.
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.
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.
10 choses à savoir sur la faim au Tchad (PAM, 16/04/2015)
Tchad : L’indépendance alimentaire (Présidence du Tchad, 19/04/2015)
KEY HUMANITARIAN ISSUES
3.2 million internally displaced people and refugees cannot meet their essential needs to survive and live in dignity
• An estimated 2,240 people return to Habila town, South Kordofan, to find their homes destroyed.
• Aid agencies can now access some 6,300 IDPs in Morlanga village, Central Darfur.
• Inter-tribal fighting in North Darfur’s Mellit locality displaces some 4,500 people to Kuma town, according to local authorities.
• Measles cases in Sudan have reached 1,730 with 22 deaths, according to the latest report from the MoH.