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22 Nov 2017 description

1,713,771* IDPs in Nigeria
*1.65 million displaced by the insurgency
(NEMA/IOM DTM Report, Round XIX, October 2017)

206,177 Nigerian refugees displaced by the insurgency in Cameroon, Chad and Niger as of 31 October 2017 (or latest figures available).

USD 179.5 M requested for the Nigeria situation
Funded 28% 50.4 M
Funding gap 72% 129.1 M


22 Nov 2017 description


  • 3,3 millions de personnes en besoin d’assistance humanitaire

  • 1,3 millions de personnes dans le besoin ciblées en 2018

  • Le Cameroun innove avec l’organisation des premiers ateliers de programmation sectorielle conjoints entre acteurs humanitaires et du développement

Suivi de la Situation Humanitaire

Evolution de la situation sécuritaire

22 Nov 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund


• The IOM DTM Round XIX (October 2017) estimates that a total of 1.57 million people are still internally displaced across the three north east states of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe, of whom 85 per cent are in Borno alone. Children represent 56 per cent of the total IDP population.

• With the launch of the school enrolment drive in the north east, a total number of 120,010 children were enrolled in safe learning spaces in Adamawa and Borno within the reporting period.

21 Nov 2017 description

Just over 200 kilometres north of the Chadian capital, N'Djamena, Lake Chad is one of the oldest lakes in Africa. It supports nearly 30 million people living along its shores in Chad, Cameroon, Nigeria and Niger but also in other neighbouring countries.

However, since the early 1970s, the lake has lost 90 percent of its original surface area to unsustainable water management and climate change. The basin itself has shrunk from 25,000 square kilometres to 2,000 square kilometres.

21 Nov 2017 description

This Weekly Bulletin focuses on selected acute public health emergencies occurring in the WHO African Region. The WHO Health Emergencies Programme is currently monitoring 46 events in the region. This week’s edition covers key ongoing events, including:

21 Nov 2017 description
  • On 20 November, a suspected Boko Haram suicide bombing attack has killed five people and wounded 27 in Kolofata, a village in the Far North Region of Cameroon. This is the ninth bombing attack reported in the region since September.

  • Cameroon is the second country most affected by the Lake Chad crisis. Boko Haram violence has caused the arrival of 90 000 refugees from Nigeria in Cameroon as well as the internal displacement of 219 000 people in the Far North Region. Continued violence hampers access and the delivery of humanitarian assistance.

20 Nov 2017 description


  • Food security improves in parts of north-east Nigeria thanks to relief assistance

  • Forty per cent of children under five in Cameroon’s Far North region are struck by chronic malnutrition

  • Malnutrition worsens in Chad. Twelve regions declared to be in nutritional crisis

  • Attacks displace 1,700 in Cameroon’s Far North region

  • Concern over civilian protection after withdrawal of Chadian troops from Niger

20 Nov 2017 description


Around 17 million people live in the affected areas across the four Lake Chad basin countries. More than 2.3 million people remain displaced. Most of the displaced families are sheltered by communities that count among the world’s poorest and most vulnerable. Food insecurity and malnutrition have reached critical levels.

Recent developments

20 Nov 2017 description

Key messages

Education is lifesaving. Education is crucial for both the protection and healthy development of girls and boys affected by crises. It can rebuild their lives; restore their sense of normality and safety, and provide them with important life skills. It helps children to be self-sufficient, to be heard, and to have more influence on issues that affect them. It is also one of the best tools to invest in their long-term future, and in the peace, stability and economic growth of their countries.

20 Nov 2017 description
infographic UN Children's Fund, WASH Cluster


131 300 personnes de plus ont accès à l’eau potable :

  • Crise centrafricaine : 3 500 personnes ;

  • Crise du Nigéria : 127 800 personnes.

Faibles progrès vers l’atteinte de la cible pour la crise centrafricaine ; ceci est dû à des difficultés de mobilisation des financements du secteur.


152 850 personnes de plus ont accès aux services d’assainissement :

  • Crise centrafricaine : 1 180 personnes ;

20 Nov 2017 description


This report is part IOM’s effort to provide a comprehensive statistical overview of Libya’s current migration profile.
DTM Libya’s Migrant statistical information package* includes the below report, accompanied by a comprehensive user-friendly dataset, a set of maps and a key findings one pager.

18 Nov 2017 description


As of 30 October 2017, the total number of registered refugees and Asylum seeker stands at 12,137. This population is composed of 36,82% Congolese (DRC), 26.56% Chadian, 16,96% South Sudanese, 17.08% Sudanese, and 2.59% other nationalities. It is made up of 51.12% women and 48.88% men. Children account for 52.1% of the population, with 44% adults between the ages of 18 and 59, and 3.9% aged 60 and above. 57.7% of the refugees are staying in Haut-Mbomou prefecture, 21.2% in Ouaka, 20.7% in Bangui, and 0.4% in Mbomou.

18 Nov 2017 description

Au 30 octobre 2017, le nombre total des réfugiés et demandeurs d'asile est de 12.137. Cette population est composée de 36,82% de Congolais (RDC), 26,56% de Tchadiens, 16,96% de Sud Soudanais, 17,08% de Soudanais et 2,59% des autres nationalités. Elle est composée à 51,12% de femmes et 48,88% d'hommes. Les enfants représentent 55,0% contre 41,7% d'adultes et 3,2% de personnes âgées. 42,56% des réfugiés sont dans la Préfecture du Haut Mbomou, 24,47% dans Bamingui-Bangoran, 18,17% à Bangui, 14,54% dans la Ouaka, et 0,26% dans la préfecture de Mbomou.

17 Nov 2017 description

Le Bureau régional des Nations Unies pour l’Afrique centrale (UNOCA) continue de suivre avec une grande attention la situation dans les régions du Nord-Ouest et du Sud-Ouest du Cameroun. L’UNOCA est particulièrement préoccupé par la recrudescence de la violence, y compris celle visant les populations civiles et les agents de l’Etat, notamment les forces de défense et de sécurité dont des membres ont perdu la vie lors d’attaques dans différentes localités de ces deux régions.

17 Nov 2017 description

The United Nations Regional Office for Central Africa (UNOCA) continues to closely monitor the situation in the North-West and South-West Regions of Cameroon. UNOCA is particularly concerned by the upsurge of violence, especially against the civilian population and State agents, including the defense and security forces, several members of whom have lost their lives in the course of attacks perpetrated against them in various localities of these two regions.

17 Nov 2017 description

GENEVE (17 Novembre 2017) - Le Gouvernement du Cameroun doit engager les représentants de la population anglophone dans un dialogue politique constructif et mettre un terme aux violences dans le sud-ouest et le nord-ouest, où la minorité anglophone du pays souffrirait de violations des droits de l'homme, a prévenu un groupe d'experts de l'ONU*.

17 Nov 2017 description

GENEVA (17 November 2017) - The Government of Cameroon must engage representatives of the Anglophone population in a meaningful political dialogue and halt renewed violence in the south-west and north-west, where the country’s English-speaking minority are reportedly suffering worsening human rights violations, a group of UN experts* has warned.

“We urge the Government to adopt all necessary measures consistent with Cameroon’s human rights obligations to end the cycle of violence,” the experts said in a joint statement.