18 septembre 2018, 00:01 UTC
Une nouvelle vidéo montre la tête d'un gendarme décapité.
160 membres des forces de sécurité ont été tués par les séparatistes armés.
On recense plus de 260 atteintes à la sécurité perpétrées par les séparatistes armés et les forces de sécurité en 2018.
Les attaques violentes contre des citoyens ordinaires et les forces de sécurité démontrent à quel point la situation se dégrade dans les régions anglophones du Cameroun, a déclaré Amnesty International le 18 septembre 2018.
- Final reports of Inter-Agency Rapid Need Assessment (IRNA) for 7 LGAs affected by floods in Adamawa State
- Ongoing suspected Cholera outbreak response in Fufore LGA
- Humanitarian Need Overview (HNO) briefing and joint HNO for Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States
- Regularization of OISWG meetings in Adamawa with the sector co-leads from Borno team
- International Rescue Committee secures emergency funding for the cholera outbreak response in Adamawa State
by Jessica Hubacher
Le Cameroun connait de nombreux humanitaire depuis 2013. Trois zones du pays sont désormais pays a été affecté par les secouent son voisin, la République Centrafricaine de la secte Boko Haram climat d’insécurité ; (iii) depuis fin 2016, Ouest (SW) du pays ont sombré dans un climat jour un peu plus.
by Sam Stone in Douala and Yaoundé
As schools close their doors amid the ongoing anglophone crisis, families in Cameroon are growing ever more anxious about what the future holds for their children
If Simon had the chance to tell his class about his summer holidays, the seven-year-old Simon would no doubt mention the large tarpaulin sack that for almost four months served as his sleeping bag and his magic carpet.
AI Index: AFR 17/9134/2018
Human Rights Council adopts Universal Periodic Review outcome on Cameroon
Amnesty International welcomes Cameroon’s acceptance of recommendations to end arbitrary arrest, and to improve prison conditions and prevent torture in detention. In acting on these recommendations, the government should close down secret and illegal detention facilities, to grant access for independent monitors to all places of detention, and to provide detainees with access to their families and lawyers, and adequate medical care, food and water.
Lake Chad Basin: voir page 2
D. R. Congo: general increase at the country level. Five provinces gathered up to 90% of the cases and deaths. These are the epidemic provinces of the Great Kasai, and the endemic provinces of South Kivu and Tanganyika. The Great Kasai region reported more than half of all the cases and deaths. The persistent outbreak is related to a lack of access to safe water, difficulties in case management (lack of medical supply), and a general lack of community interventions.
By Moki Edwin Kindzeka
YAOUNDE — Muslim and Christian clerics and leaders of all major denominations in Cameroon have jointly accused Cameroonians in the diaspora of funding the crisis that has rocked the English-speaking regions of the country for two years.
The clerics are asking both the military and armed groups to drop their guns and stop the killings, looting and burning of property. But the government says only the armed separatists should give up their guns.
Just weeks before the presidential election scheduled for 7 October, thousands of people have begun to flee the Southwest and Northwest regions, fearing an escalation of violence as clashes between secessionists and the army intensify. The anglophone crisis in Cameroon has deteriorated this year, with armed secessionist groups and Cameroonian armed forces both perpetrating brutal attacks and human rights violations.
Conflicts and climatic shocks aggravate current food insecurity in many countries
Some 39 countries in need of food assistance - FAO expects slightly lower global cereal production
20 September 2018, Rome - Persistent conflicts and climate-related shocks are currently driving high levels of severe food insecurity, particularly in Southern African and Near East countries, which continue to require humanitarian assistance, according to a new report published by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) today.
This research report mainly builds on data collected between June and October 2017 through the Mixed Migration Monitoring Mechanism Initiative (4Mi) including 1,062 surveys collected by 4Mi field monitors.
The 2018/19 harvest is expected to be average to above-average
Key developments in Africa during the week of September 9th include continued high levels of insurgent activity in Somalia and Cameroon; heavy military activity against Boko Haram in Nigeria; continued ethnic unrest in south-west Kenya; political unrest in Ethiopia and a large-scale bombing in Libya.
19 September 2018, Nairobi – City leaders in Africa have shared some of the successes of inclusive disaster risk reduction strategies, particularly focusing on community engagement and action at the local level.
In Yaoundé VI, as explained the Mayor, Yoki Onana Jacques, “The involvement of multi-stakeholders has yielded incredible outcomes that have promoted synergy between the mayor’s office and stakeholders.
Commission européenne - Communiqué de presse République centrafricaine: l'UE débloque 26,5 millions € pour faire face à la crise humanitaire régionale Bruxelles, le 18 septembre 2018
La Commission européenne a alloué une aide d'urgence de 26,5 millions € en faveur des familles vulnérables touchées par la crise humanitaire en République centrafricaine et ses retombées dans les pays voisins.
UNHCR and its partners supported the voluntary relocation of 728 Cameroonian refugees towards the settlements of Adagom and Anyake, in Cross River and Benue states.
Summer classes started for 404 refugee children from primary school in Anyake settlement (Benue state).
231 Cameroonian refugees completed their vocational training and were awarded certificates in Calabar and Ikom (Cross River state).
25,537 Cameroonian refugees registered with Level 1 and Level 2 registration [As of 31st August 2018]
25,537 TOTAL REFUGEES FROM CAMEROON
SECURITY AND OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS
In August, Nigeria witnessed an upsurge in Boko Haram attacks in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe States – resulting in more than 200 security incidents. Over 125 people were reportedly killed in the attacks.
Consequently, widespread attacks, counter-insurgency activities as well as impassable roads impeded access to people in need of assistance, especially in not-easy-to-reach areas.
September 18, 2018 8:56 AM
Moki Edwin Kindzeka
BUEA, CAMEROON — Thousands of parents are withdrawing their children from schools in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon after armed men attacked and wounded dozens of people in their institutions. Separatists fighting for the Independence of the English-speaking regions of Cameroon had warned parents not to send their kids to school stating that they could not assure safety.