SOUTH KIVU: CASES OF CHOLERA REPORTED IN BUKAVU
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
OVER 3,000 RETURNEES REGISTERED
Since the start of the year, UNHCR has registered 3,052 returnees from Cameroon and Chad. About 1,070 people returned to Nana Mambéré prefecture and 1,982 in Mambéré Kadéï prefecture in the country’s west. The spontaneous returns are due to improving security in some localities in the western part of CAR, the return of Government and some public services as well as the resumption of some mining activities.
AID GROUPS SUSPEND WORK IN KAGA BANDORO
PLUS DE 3 000 RETOURNÉS ENREGISTRÉS
The battle for Mosul is over but pockets of insecurity exist deep inside the Old City, trapping vulnerable civilians. Induced displacement continues, varying between 800 and 2,500 people per day since 11 July.
There is a need for continued relief assistance.
One of the main drivers of humanitarian needs in Afghanistan is conflict displacement. Since January 2017, some 168,100 people have been forced from their homes due to fighting. Many of these people remain in displacement across the country, as conflict prevents them from returning to their areas of origin.
More than 111,000 undocumented and registered refugee Afghans have returned from Pakistan in 2017. While difficult to predict, it is anticipated that between 864,000 and 1.5 million Afghans could return to Afghanistan from neighbouring countries this year.
The humanitarian situation in Yemen continues to deteriorate. Driven by food insecurity and a cholera outbreak caused directly by the conflict, the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance has increased by two million and now stands at 20.7. Some 9.8 million people are in acute need of assistance to save or sustain their lives while 10.8 million people need assistance to prevent them from slipping into acute need.
21 July 2017 - Heavy monsoon rains since early July have triggered floods in Myanmar. The Government Relief and Resettlement Department has reported that over 90,000 people from Magway, Sagaing and Bago regions have been temporarily displaced.
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