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25 Oct 2016 description

(Maiduguri, Borno State: 25 October 2016) Nigeria is facing the worst humanitarian crisis on the African continent. Currently up to 400,000 children face starvation and citizens suffer with little or no access to clean water, health, protection, education and food security.

24 Oct 2016 description

Au sommaire

Inondations : plus de18 000 sinistrés p.1 Taux moyen de malnutrition à 30 % depuis 2010 p.2 Rentrée des classes et risque de suspension des repas scolaires p.3 Sensibilisation aux risques de mines p.3 Migrations irrégulières au Mali p.4 Niveau de financement du plan de réponse humanitaire p.6


  • Assistance aux sinistrés des inondations et risques liés à la cure du fleuve

  • Risque de suspension des repas scolaires pour faute de financement

24 Oct 2016 description

In this issue

More than 18 000 people affected by floods p.1 Average rate of malnutrition to 30% since 2010 p.2 Back to school and risk of suspension of school meals p.3 Awareness of the risks of mines p.3 Irregular migration to Mali p.4 Level of funding of the humanitarian response plan p.6


  • Assistance to flood victims and flood forecasts

  • School meals at risk of suspension due to lack of funding

20 Oct 2016 description


  • Epidémie de Fièvre de la Vallée du Rift pour la première fois au Niger.

  • Deux sites de réfugiés maliens attaqués entre le 10 septembre et le 6 octobre.

  • Plus de 123 000 personnes affectées par les inondations.

  • Plus de 300 000 personnes déplacées dans la région de Diffa.

Epidémie de fièvre de la Vallée du Rift dans la région de Tahoua

18 Oct 2016 description

This SitRep was produced by OCHA in association with humanitarian partners and is focused on the recent internal displacements since 21 July 2015. It was published by OCHA Chad and covers the period from 24 August to 30 September 2016. The next publication will be around 26 October 2016.


18 Oct 2016 description

One morning more than two years ago, Boko Haram insurgents suddenly entered Ganza town in Borno State, north-eastern Nigeria. Hajja Kolo Bulama was at home with her three-year-old son preparing the family breakfast. Her husband was at the market, and their two older children were already out of the house.

When Kolo realised what was happening, she grabbed her youngest child and fled as the insurgents plundered, looted, killed and razed the village to the ground. No home was left untouched, and people lost everything they owned as flames destroyed their homes.