107.5 M required for 2016
29.2 M contributions received, representing 27% of requirements
78.4 M funding gap for the Nigeria Situation
More than 4.6 million people in Nigeria’s Adamawa, Borno, and Yobe states are experiencing acute food insecurity
IOM identifies nearly 198,900 IDPs in Cameroon’s Far North Region
Armed actors continues to attack civilians and security forces in the Lake Chad Basin region
As of 30 November 2016, UN-coordinated appeals and refugee response plans within the Global Humanitarian Overview (GHO) require US$22.1 billion to meet the needs of 96.2 million humanitarian crisis-affected people in 40 countries. Together the appeals are funded at $11.4 billion, leaving a shortfall of $10.7 billion.
Violence, floods displace an estimated 19,000 people in Kaga-Bandoro
Response agencies address needs of populations affected by Bria clashes
Donors pledge nearly $2.3 billion for emergency and long-term activities in CAR; UN releases 2017 HNO
Global Overview NOVEMBER 2016
- 225.5 Mrequired for 2016
- 40.3 M contributions received, representing 18% of requirements
- 185.1 M funding gap for the Central African Republic Situation
6.3 million people severely food insecure in areas affected by the conflict
4 countries affected
2.6 million people displaced, of which 1.8 million in Nigeria alone
9.2 million people in need of assistance
WFP provided food and nutrition support to 738,834 people in Nigeria, Niger, Cameroon and Chad in October.
In October, WFP has almost doubled the number of people supported with food and cash-based assistance, across C.A.R., Cameroon, Chad, DRC and RoC, compared to September.
In October, further insecurity triggered new displacements and continues to affect humanitarian organizations, hampering their access to parts of C.A.R.
Summary – Third Issue
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Batouri, 29 November 2016 - "I still do not know why the war is going on in our country, the Central African Republic," says Haman, a refugee from CAR living in the Ketté area, Eastern Cameroon. Haman lives in the little town of Boubara with his wife and five sons.
Haman is originally from the area of Berberati, close to the border with Cameroon. He had a quiet life and worked as a diamond miner in Carnot. He also took care of cattle including cows, goats and sheep as most of his countrymen did.
This infographic snapshot provides an overview of national level data for more than 150 indicators covering the full scope of HIV and SRHR linkages including: key connections; enabling environment (policy and legal); health systems; integrated service delivery; a focus on adolescents and youth; and a focus on key populations.