Note de synthèse
DJIBOUTI, LE 14 AOUT 2011 : Dans le cadre de la crise liée à la sécheresse et au conflit somalien qui frappe les pays de la Corne de l’Afrique, M. John Ging, Directeur de la Division de la Coordination et des Réponses, du Bureau des Nations Unies pour la Coordination des Affaires Humanitaires (OCHA), est en mission officielle à Djibouti.
Djibouti (07/08/2008) - The Republic of Djibouti is currently facing a humanitarian crisis driven by a combination of factors including several years of drought; insufficient rain to ensure a regeneration of vegetation and replenishment of water resources; and a dramatic rise in global price levels on basic food commodities and fuel.
The food security situation is severely compromised for an estimated 24,000 families (120,000 people of whom 36,000 are in semi-urban zones), some 8,500 refugees and 20,000 asylum seekers.
In response to the situation a joint appeal amounting to USD …
- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The United Nations Country Team (UNCT) in Djibouti is appealing for US$(1) 31.7 million to support the Government of Djibouti to respond-with a consolidated approach over the next six months-to the current food and nutrition crisis aggravated by drought and soaring global food prices.
The Republic of Djibouti is a country with a poor gross domestic product (GDP) rank and an estimated population of 720,000 people(2).