- ECHO: Lake Chad Basin - Forced Displacement (ECHO, NGOs, UN, Government) (ECHO Daily Flash, 16 June 2016)
- World Bank: Construire des infrastructures scolaires de qualité pour les élèves et enseignants tchadiens
- FAO: Strengthening the livelihoods of vulnerable populations in Chad and Mauritania
Appeals & Funding
- Lake Chad Basin Emergency: Humanitarian Needs and Response Overview 2016
- Aperçu des besoins humanitaires 2016
- 2016 Plan de réponse humanitaire
- Nigeria Inter-agency Regional Refugee Response Plan (RRRP) 2016
(New York, 27 June 2016): The number of people in need of humanitarian assistance in the world has soared to a record 130 million and US$16.1 billion is still required to help 95.4 million of the most vulnerable of them this year.
In December 2015, when UN and partners launched the 2016 Global Humanitarian Appeal, the aim was to provide humanitarian assistance to 86.6 million people and the requirements stood at $19.7 billion. This amount has now climbed to $21.6 billion.
KEY DRIVERS OF THE CRISIS
Food insecurity aggravated by chronic drought and negative coping strategies, in the context of limited capacity. Malnutrition is not only linked to food insecurity, but also caused by poor eating habits.
Recent and former population displacement due to conflicts in neighboring CAR, Libya, Nigeria, and Sudan (security volatility around Chad).
Disease epidemics result in substantial ill health and loss of lives and therefore pose a threat to global health security, undermine socio-economic lives and destabilize societies.
Les Points Marquants
Des représentants de cinq pays du Sahel se sont rendus au Bangladesh pour tirer des enseignements de la réussite de la politique démographique et des services de santé reproductive dans ce pays.
Cette réunion d’échanges Sud-Sud visait à relever des défis multisectoriels selon une approche pluraliste.
Les pays du Sahel projettent d’adapter les enseignements tirés de l’expérience du Bangladesh à leurs propres pays.
IOM firmly believes in humane and orderly migration for all and all data reported through the flow monitoring aims to inform and highlight a migratory phenomenon in an area with dangers for migrants (challenging climate, dangerous road conditions, vulnerability to trafficking/other exploitation/abuse). Proportionally, the flows measured by IOM in the Agadez region are heavily concentrated on the route to and from the Libyan border. Migrants going towards Libya represent 68% of recorded migrants while those coming from Libya to Niger represent 20%.
New displacements and movements of IDPs have been reported especially in Borno State where over 5,000 people moved from Bama, Gwoza, Marte, Mafa and eastern parts of the State into camps as a result of ongoing conflict between the military and Boko Haram. In Yobe State about 17,000 internally displaced persons are reported to have returned to their areas of origin in Gujba and Gulani local government areas, which are still hard to reach for humanitarian actors. The humanitarian community continues to advocate for all returns and movement to be voluntary, dignified and safe.
In Angola the total number of notified cases has increased since early 2016. As of 17 June 2016 a total of 3294 suspected cases have been reported, of which 861 are confirmed. The total number of reported deaths is 347, of which 115 were reported among confirmed cases. Suspected cases have been reported in all provinces, and confirmed cases have been reported in 16 of 18 provinces and 79 of 123 reporting districts.
In this issue
■ Special focus: Annual meetings in New York
The 10th Joint Consultative Meetings between the PSC and the United Nations Security Council were marked by tension over the agenda and diverse approaches to decisionmaking.
Funding and joint action to prevent crises dominated the open debate in New York on the roles of the United Nations and the African Union in peacekeeping.
The PSC wants African members of the United Nations Security Council to report to it on how they have worked together to defend PSC decisions.
FAO upscales its support in crisis-hit areas to safeguard agricultural livelihoods
Dakar/Accra, 23 June 2016 – Massive population displacements and insecurity in the Lake Chad basin are putting livelihoods and food security at high risk. In northeast Nigeria alone, the impact of the conflict on agriculture is estimated at USD 3.7 billion due to livestock losses and reduced agricultural production, destruction of irrigation and farming facilities, and collapse of extension services including veterinary health facilities.
We, the Governments of Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad and Niger, with the support of technical and financial partners gathered in Abuja, Nigeria, on 6 to 8 June 2016 within the framework of the Regional Protection Dialogue on the Lake Chad Basin, hosted by the Federal Government of Nigeria, with the technical facilitation of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to discuss the most urgent protection risks in the Lake Chad Basin resulting from the conflict-induced crisis;
Nous, les Gouvernements du Nigeria, du Cameroun, du Niger et du Tchad avec le soutien des Partenaires Techniques et Financiers, réunis à Abuja au Nigeria du 6 au 8 juin 2016, dans le cadre du Dialogue Régional sur la Protection dans le Bassin du Lac Tchad, organisé par le Gouvernement de la République Fédérale du Nigeria, avec l’appui technique du Haut Commissariat des Nations Unies pour les Réfugiés (HCR), pour discuter des risques de protection les plus urgents résultant de la crise causée par le conflit en cours dans le Bassin du Lac Tchad ;
DE NOUVELLES VIOLENCES ENTRAINENT DES MORTS ET DES DÉPLACEMENTS
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
FRESH VIOLENCE CAUSES DISPLACEMENT, DEATHS
Gore, Tchad, 22 juin 2016 (UNHCR) – L’Agence des Nations Unies pour les Réfugiés (HCR), son agence sœur du Programme Alimentaire Mondial, PAM, ainsi que la Commission Nationale d’Accueil et de Réinsertion des Réfugiés et de Rapatriés (CNARR) et des ONG partenaires ont mobilisé leurs ressources pour venir en aide à quelques 656 familles de 1982 nouveaux réfugiés en provenance de la Centrafrique, déjà enregistrés dans des villages frontaliers dans le sud du Tchad.
The total number of people displaced is estimated to be more than 130,000, of whom almost 6,951 are refugees and 65,705 people are officially registered in the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM): 8,581 returnees, 56,725 IDPs and 399 third-country nationals. An additional 58,300 people are estimated to be living in sites.