Chad: Humanitarian Dashboard November 2011

from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 18 Nov 2011 View Original

Outlook: Chad continues to face challenges related to protection and assistance for refugees, the repatriation and reintegration of migrants from Libya, and assistance to people affected by malnutrition, food insecurity, epidemics and natural disasters. Eastern Chad is further stabilizing, allowing an increased emphasis on early recovery.
Most-affected groups: People affected by conflict including refugees and IDPs, migrants returning from Libya.

Most-affected areas:

  • West and centre: Large-scale severe malnutrition and food insecurity.
  • Border areas in south and east: High levels of insecurity due to banditry and organised crime.

Main drivers of the crisis: Insecurity from rebel groups and bandits operating around and across borders with Sudan and Central African Republic. Erratic climate conditions with frequent natural disasters such as floods or droughts affecting vulnerable populations.

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