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24 Nov 2017 description

This SitRep was produced by OCHA in association with humanitarian partners and is focused on the internal displacements since 21 July 2015. It was published by OCHA Chad and covers the period from 1 July to 31 August 2017. The next publication will be around 1 December 2017.

Highlights

  • The security situation remains fragile in Kaiga Kindjiria and Tchoukoutalia border areas. Humanitarian access remains limited.

16 Nov 2017 description

Faits saillants

  • La situation sécuritaire reste fragile dans les zones frontalières de Kaiga Kindjiria et Tchoukoutalia. L’accès humanitaire y reste limité.

  • La reprise des activités de l’OIM a permis de mettre à jour les chiffres de déplacements dans la région, avec un total de 123 204 personnes déplacées estimées dans près de 200 localités évaluées et 51 000 déplacés internes retournés dans leurs villages d’origine.

02 Nov 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

  • Preliminary results of the SMART were published showing an increase in the national prevalence of the global acute malnutrition (from 11.9% to 13.9%). This rate exceed the emergency threshold of 15% in 12 out of 23 regions of the country.

09 Oct 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

• A cholera outbreak is reported in Sila Region, eastern Chad, near the border with Sudan. 152 cases have been reported with 23 deaths by the end of August 2011

• 11 million USD have been allocated by the UFE CERF to Chad. 6.5 million USD will be used to support refugees and returnees from CAR with multipurpose cash, 3 million USD will ensure availability of basic services for CAR refugees and returnees (health, nutrition, education), and 1.5 million USD will be allocated to UNHAS to allow continued humanitarian access.

31 Aug 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

  • Since 22 July, an estimated 1,300 households totalling approximately 6,000 people arrived from Niger to a new site named Dar al-Kheir. These Arab nomads explained that they fled from the Diffa region out of fear of attacks following the recent withdrawal of Chadian soldiers protecting the area. As of end of July, their status (refugees, returnees or other) was still being discussed.

  • The 2017 nutrition SMART survey was launched with a pilot survey on 25 July, and data will be collected through smartphones, reducing errors.

28 Aug 2017 description

Overview

This weekly bulletin focuses on selected acute public health emergencies occurring in the WHO African Region. The WHO Health Emergencies Programme is currently monitoring 49 events in the region.

This week, three new events have been reported:

  • Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever (CCHF) in Mauritania and cholera in Burundi and Chad. This week’s edition also covers key ongoing events, including:

• Cholera in Kenya

• Hepatitis E in Niger

• Floods/mudslide in Sierra Leone

28 Jul 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

• From 7 to 9 June, a multi-sectoral inter-agency assessment mission was carried out in five villages in the Sub-Prefecture of Kangalom, to assess the conditions of areas of return of formerly displaced persons (around 11,000) returning to the islands. The mission recommended that urgent interventions are needed in the areas of WASH and education since there are no existing facilities.

13 Jul 2017 description

Highlights

  • The situation is marked by a deterioration in the protection of civilians in the border areas of Kaiga Kindjiria and Tchoukoutalia, where several villages have reportedly been attacked.

  • New displacements were observed as a result of security incidents.

  • At the same time, return dynamics continue: 11,000 people in need that returned to their villages of origin were identified following a multisector assessment in Kangalom subprefecture.

10 Jul 2017 description

Faits saillants

  • La situation est marquée par une détérioration de la protection des civils dans les zones frontalières de Kaiga Kindjiria et Tchoukoutalia, où ont été rapportées plusieurs attaques contre des villages.

  • De nouveaux déplacements ont été observés suite à des incidents sécuritaires.

  • En parallèle, les dynamiques de retour continuent : 11 000 personnes dans le besoin retournées dans leurs villages d’origine ont été identifiées suite à une mission d’évaluation multisectorielle dans la souspréfecture de Kangalom.

03 Jul 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

  • An increase in attacks and incursions of armed elements is witnessed in the Lac region: 4 main incidents left almost 60 people dead, several injured, and destruction of livelihoods. Following the attacks, several displacements of people have been reported (at least 700 people seeking refuge in IDP sites)

15 Jun 2017 description

Highlights

  • Ongoing military operations in Niger and Nigeria are accompanied by a resurgence of attacks and incursions of armed elements, leading to protection incidents.

  • A significant increase in cases of genderbased violence (GBV) reported by partners was observed in April.

  • US $ 3.5 million were allocated by the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) for a rapid response to the urgent needs of 40,000 people in the island areas and villages south of Bol.

02 Jun 2017 description

Faits saillants

  • Les opérations militaires actuellement en cours au Niger et au Nigeria s’accompagnent d’une recrudescence d’attaques et d’incursions d’éléments armés, occasionnant des incidents de protection.

  • Une hausse significative des incidents de protection et de violences basées sur le genre (VBG) rapportés par les partenaires a été observée en avril.

01 Jun 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

  • According to the latest available data on internal displacements, there are 127,084 displaced people in the Lac Region and 8,280 Nigerian refugees. IOM, which had suspended displacement tracking at the beginning of the year, has announced that it will update its displacement tracking matrix in May.

  • Despite the official closure of the border with the Central African Republic, 1,209 Central African refugees, more than 80% of whom were women and children, arrived in southern Chad in April.

01 Jun 2017 description

The south of Chad remains deeply affected by the impact of the Central African crisis, which has lead to the displacement of 142,000 people. This influx leads to increased pressure on scarce resources and basic infrastructure, thus deteriorating living conditions and livelihoods for already vulnerable host communities. The prospects of return are low due to ongoing insecurity.

28 Apr 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights:

  • 179 new suspected cases of Hepatitis E have been reported in the 3 health districts of Salamat. Since September 2016, the total of cases is 1,314 of which 201 cases were tested and 96 of these confirmed positive and 13 deaths reported (0 this month).

05 Apr 2017 description

REPUBLIQUE CENTRAFRICAINE

100,000 NOUVEAUX DEPLACES DEPUIS SEPTEMBRE 2016

De nouveaux affrontements entre groupes armés ont entraîné une recrudescence de la violence et de nouveaux déplacements dans les préfectures de la Ouaka au centre, de la Haute Kotto à l'est et de Mbomou dans le sud-est. Les évaluations des besoins sont en cours. De septembre 2016 à février 2017, 100 000 personnes nouvellement déplacées ont été enregistrées à travers le pays.

TCHAD

05 Apr 2017 description

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

100,000 NEWLY DISPLACED SINCE SEPTEMBER 2016

Fresh clashes between armed groups led to an upsurge of violence and new displacements in the prefectures of Ouaka in the centre, Haute Kotto in the east, and Mbomou in the southeast. Needs assessments are ongoing. From September 2016 to February 2017, 100,000 newly displaced persons were registered across the country.

CHAD

1,4 MILLION FACE SEVERE FOOD INSECURITY

23 Mar 2017 description

HIGHLIGHTS

  • After three years of assistance at the Gaoui site, the humanitarian community advocates for durable solutions to facilitate the reintegration of returnees.

  • The Oslo Humanitarian Conference allowed the countries of the Lake Chad Basin to receive pledges of US $ 672 million, including US $ 458 million in 2017.

Toward sustainable solutions for Gaoui returnees

Decreasing humanitarian response in the site