Come and tell missions to Liberia, Togo and Ghana
The month of July was marked by the key activity that is the Mid-Year Review
Since 31 January, UNHCR assisted with the voluntary repatriation of 1170 Ivorians
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▪ After noting the successful implementation and achievements of the project for the reintegration and social cohesion in favor of displaced/returnees under the UNHCR and UNDP during a joint site visit in June in Tabou area, the German Embassy renewed its funding for the second phase of the project.
Friday 9th formally ushered in the second phase of the project with the signature of a memorandum of understanding at the Ministry of Solidarity, Social Cohesion and Poverty –Alleviation.
▪ The National Programme Officer, Field Assistant in Project Monitoring and the Director of Man Office of the WFP visited the SD office aiming at strengthening the existing good collaboration between UNHCR and WFP. The following topics were discussed: (1) the methods of monthly food reporting and the difficulties encountered (in particular with the deterioration of stocks by rodents). (2) Food evacuation projects that will soon reach their expiry date (3) the replacement of Food items by cash after evacuation of food (4) Cash distribution methods.
A food distribution project targeting vulnerable refugee, returnee and potentially stateless beneficiaries through orphanages was submitted to WFP on Thursday 18 July.