- FEWS Key Message Update, août 2017
- UNHCR Burkina Faso Fact Sheet, June 2017
- WFP Burkina Faso Country Brief, April 2017
Appeals & Funding
- Aperçu des Besoins Humanitaires 2017
- Aperçu des Besoins Humanitaires 2016
- 2017 Sahel - Overview of humanitarian needs and requirements EN FR
- Plan D'urgence et de Resilience 2017
- Burkina Faso: Floods - May 2017
- Burkina Faso: Floods - Jul 2016
- Burkina Faso: Floods - Aug 2015
- Burkina Faso: Floods - Oct 2013
- Burkina Faso: Floods - Jun 2012
- Niger: Cholera Outbreak - Jun 2012
- West/Central Africa: Meningitis Outbreak - Jan 2012
- Sahel Crisis: 2011-2017
- West/Central Africa: Floods - Jun 2010
- West Africa: Floods - Jul 2009
Following violent attacks and intimidation, more than 3 200 people have left several villages in the commune of Nassoumbou (province of Soum). They have sought refuge in Djibo, capital of the province, and even further south. Food and non-food items have been distributed by the ICRC to 6 000 people, including IDPs and host families.
Some 16 000 people have been affected by floods. The government entity for emergency response has provided relief assistance to the affected populations.
The Danish government has decided to strengthen its already comprehensive efforts in the West African Sahel-region, in order to address terrorism and irregular migration to Europe. With the collapse of Libya, developments in the Sahel-region affect Europe and Denmark more directly. Today the region is the primary route for migrants from West Africa to Europe. Moreover, the countries in the Sahel are faced with an increasing threat from terrorist groups such as the West African branch of the Al Qaeda.
An international alliance must create a plan for the fragile African states of the Sahel to prevent catastrophe in a region already buckling under the strain
By Tony Blair
Refugees fleeing conflict have already sent shockwaves through the political systems of Europe. But unless we take urgent action now and help the countries of the Sahel, we will face the prospect of millions more refugees in the time to come.
Le PAM Le programme alimentaire mondial de l'ONU tire la sonnette d'alarme. Alors que l'année scolaire débute en Afrique de l'ouest et du centre, plus de 1,5 million d'enfants vulnérables à travers la région risquent d'avoir faim ou de ne pas aller à l'école faute de manque de financement pour les repas scolaires.
TRENDS AND KEY FIGURES OBSERVED THROUGH ONGOING DATA COLLECTION ON MIGRATION TO AND FROM WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA
Djado mine and intra-regional movements
The present text is an extended summary of a report produced by the Regional Mixed Migration Secretariat West Africa. The report examines mixed migration within, from and to West Africa and aims to gather available knowledge concerning people moving in mixed flows with the principal aim of identifying vulnerable groups and assessing their specific protection needs.
DAKAR – More than 1.5 million vulnerable children across West and Central Africa risk going to school hungry or dropping out altogether, due to lack of financing for nourishing school meals from the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), the agency announced at the start of the 2017-2018 school year.
Des chercheurs de l’Université de Copenhague et les organisations médicales humanitaires ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) et Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) ont publié les résultats d’une étude au Burkina Faso, qui a analysé le traitement de plus de 1 600 enfants souffrant de malnutrition aiguë modérée. Les résultats, publiés le 11 septembre 2017 dans le journal médical de libre accès PLOS Medicine, ont montré que la bouillie maïs-soja devrait être remplacée par un supplément nutritionnel à base lipidique (LNS), une pâte d’arachide fortifiée.
Christian Fabiansen, Charles W. Yaméogo, Ann-Sophie Iuel-Brockdorf, Bernardette Cichon, Maren J. H. Rytter, Anura Kurpad, Jonathan C. Wells, Christian Ritz, Per Ashorn, Suzanne Filteau, André Briend, Susan Shepherd, Vibeke B. Christensen, Kim F. Michaelsen, Henrik Friis
Companion booklet to the 2016 Annual Report of the UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme to End Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: Accelerating Change
Last year’s annual report for the UNFPAUNICEF Joint Programme on Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C) focused on the strategic and formal underpinnings of our work. It described the theory of change that guides interventions and the metrics by which we measure results. This year’s annual report provides two perspectives:
As the largest global programme addressing FGM/C, the UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme on Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: Accelerating Change plays a critical role in achieving Target 5.3 which calls for the elimination of all harmful practices by 2030, under the Sustainable Development Goal 5.
Africa Weather Hazard
Since early August, above-average seasonal rainfall caused flooding in some areas. With well above-average moisture conditions, additional rain in September may trigger flooding in parts of Senegal,
The Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, and Sierra Leone.
Recent heavy rains have caused the Benue River in Nigeria to overflow its banks. Reports indicate that 100,000 people may have been displaced by flooding. Continued rainfall will keep rivers high.