Ivorian-Liberian border: Long way home - A report on food security and living conditions

Report
from World Food Programme
Published on 22 Apr 2013 View Original

This mission took place in Côte d’Ivoire, in the department of Bangolo (sub-prefectures of Zeo and Gohouo-Zagna) in the department of Duekoué (Toazéo villages, and Blody Niambly) in the department of Bloléquin (sub-prefectures Zéaglo, Doké) in the department of Toulepleu (Sub-prefectures Péhé, Bakoubly, Tiobly, villages Toyébly, Bakpahi-Diole and Koarho).

In liberia, Field visits were conducted in four refugee camps (Little Weebo, PTP, Solo and Bahn) and five refugee relocation communities (River Gbeh (River Gee), Janzon and Toe Town (Grand Gedeh), Old Yourpea and Mahdiplay (Nimba).

The overall objective of the cross border JAM is to better understand the dynamics of population movements in this area, determine vulnerable populations, assess food assistance provided and make recommendations and improvements for current operations and policies applied in the region.