This report is produced by OCHA Cameroon in collaboration with humanitarian partners. It covers 1 November – 31 December 2019. The next report covering the month of January will be issued in February.
NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2019 HIGHLIGHTS
• School attendance improved from 4% in September to 38.49% by November.
• Health actors continue to respond to the cholera outbreak in Bakassi with the number of cases rapidly reducing after a comprehensive vaccination campaign.
• 161,271 individuals were reached with WASH activities in November and December.
• 17,900 children benefitted from Psychosocial Support Services through Child Friendly/Safe Spaces in November and December.
• 62 children diagnosed with SAM and 542 diagnosed with MAM in November 2019 HIGHLIGHTS • 250,274 people benefitted from food and livelihood assistance.
• 81,546 people received Shelter support.
• 92,271 people received NFI support.
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