A total of $781.8 million * requested for the period January ‐ December 2017, including:
- $**9.8 million** for CAR
- $**30.3 million** for the DRC
- $**157.7 million** for Ethiopia
- $**40.5 million** for Kenya
- $**171.7 million** for South Sudan
- $**68 million** for Sudan
- $**283.8 million** for Uganda
- $**476,251** for HQ & Regional Coordination
* All dollar signs in this document denote United States dollars. This total includes support costs (7%)
5.1 million people face acute food insecurity in northeast Nigeria (Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States) during the next lean season (Cadre harmonisé analysis released on 28 October) – immediate intervention is required to assist these populations. A recent Special IPC Alert on Borno State (FEWS NET; 16 December) noted that a famine is likely ongoing and will continue in inaccessible areas of Borno State assuming conditions remain the same. The alert also noted that the current response is insufficient to meet needs.
Insecurity in Greater Equatoria continues to aggravate the already fragile humanitarian situation, with recent military activity around Yambio causing mass population displacement. Humanitarian access in the region is severely restricted.
For the first time during the dry season there has been a resurgence of cholera cases. Between 1 and 12 January, 33 new cases were reported at the UN Protection of Civilians (PoC) site in Juba, but no deaths reported. UNICEF is re-engaging with partners to respond.
On 19 January, 15 patients were airlifted from Rann to Maiduguri, bringing to 89 the total number of people evacuated following the military airstrike on Rann on 17 January.
Surgical teams in four hospitals – two public and two military – in Maiduguri continue to perform operations and treat the injured.
Medical assistance is also ongoing in Rann, a locality in the far-north of Nigeria bordering Cameroon and Chad.
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7864E SÉANCE – MATIN
Sénégal : notre action en Casamance, faits et chiffres 2016
- Sécurité économique
- Eau, habitat et assainissement
- Visite aux personnes privées de liberté et rétablissement des liens familiaux
- Coopération avec la Croix-Rouge sénégalaise
- Promotion du droit international humanitaire et dialogue avec les autorités
Bruxelles, le 19 janvier 2017
La Commission européenne a annoncé une aide humanitaire supplémentaire de 40 millions d'euros en faveur des populations du bassin du lac Tchad. La crise s'aggrave dans cette région et les besoins humanitaires augmentent rapidement.
Throughout 2016, Boko Haram insurgents continued to commit grave human rights violations and carry out attacks against civilians including suicide bombings, widespread sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV), kidnapping and forced recruitment, in north-eastern Nigeria and in the Lake Chad Basin.
The European Commission has released €40 million in additional humanitarian aid to support the populations in the Lake Chad region in Africa. The new funding brings the overall EU humanitarian aid package for the region to over €116 million since the beginning of 2016.
It will help scale up operations and respond to urgent humanitarian needs in the areas of food, nutrition, water and sanitation, health and protection.
With its mandate up for renewal, there’s work to be done to ensure the MNJTF stays relevant.
13 Jan 2017 / by Wendyam Aristide Sawadogo
- 6,544 refugees relocated from Yida to Pamir camp as of 31 December 2016
- 16,791 refugees and IDPs received non-food items assistance from UNHCR across South Sudan in December
- 1,792 asylum seekers hosted in South Sudan as of 31 December 2016
- 3,164 refugee ID cards including renewals issued in 2016 across South Sudan
The bombing by the Nigerian Air Force of a camp of displaced people in Rann, north-eastern Nigeria, has caused a high number of victims among displaced people and of humanitarian aid workers there to help them.
The European Union conveys its most sincere condolences to the victims and their families.
- WFP’s latest food security estimates indicate that 3.6 million people are facing severe food insecurity, with this number expected to grow to 4.6 million people in the first quarter of 2017.
- Successful test road convoys indicate improving road conditions with the onset of the dry season.
- WFP and World Vision launched the Juba urban poor cash response pilot project to provide cash based assistance and skills training to vulnerable households.
Une volonté réaffirmée de protéger les moyens d’existence basés sur l’agriculture en situations d’urgence
Le contexte de déplacement au Mali reste complexe et fluide. Des mouvements de personnes déplacées résidant actuellement dans les régions du sud vers les régions du nord continuent d'être signalés. Alors que certains ont indiqué être retournés définitivement, d'autres déplacés expliquent faire des allers-retours entre le lieu de déplacement et le lieu d'origine.
Famine (IPC Phase 5) possible in South Sudan during 2017
De 2011 à 2016, plus de 1,6 milliard de dollars ont été mobilisés sur un total de 2 milliards de dollars requis à travers des projets des plans de réponse humanitaire pour le Niger.
Environ 485 millions de dollars ont été alloués à des projets humanitaires non inclus dans les plans de 2011 à 2016.
Pour les six années considérées, la moyenne des taux de financement tourne autour de 60 pour cent.
En 2016, seuls 54 pour cent des fonds recherchés ont été mobilisés.
259,145 Central African refugees registered by UNHCR in rural areas in the East, Adamaoua and North regions, of which 158,418 arrived since December 2013.
86,900 Nigerian refugees in the Far North region (of which 60,157 are registered at Minawao camp)
198,889 Internally Displaced Persons in the Far North region (sources: DTM by IOM as of October 2016 and UNHCR protection monitoring Flash Updates)
The country office participated with six other African countries in the Purchase from Africans for Africa (PAA) international workshop on monitoring and evaluation which took place in WFP Headquarters from 19 to 21 December. The workshop’s objectives were to take stock of the progress made by the PAA project, of the learning from the monitoring and evaluation and from the case studies across the countries.