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11 Sep 2017 description

Situation Overview

The cholera outbreak in north-east Nigeria, that started on 16 August 2017, has now claimed the lives of at least 30 individuals in Borno State. The number of suspected cases stands at 1,165, with confirmed outbreaks in Maiduguri, Dikwa and Monguno.

06 Sep 2017 description

A cholera outbreak has been reported in Borno State, northeastern Nigeria, by the State Ministry of Health. The first case was recorded on 16 August 2017.

Over 530 suspected cases had been registered as of 5 September 2017, including 23 deaths (4.3 per cent fatality rate), mainly in Muna Garage, a camp hosting about 20,000 internally displaced persons on the outskirts of the state capital Maiduguri.

01 Sep 2017 description

The Borno State Ministry of Health in northeastern Nigeria has reported suspected cholera in Muna Garage, a camp hosting about 20,000 internally displaced persons on the outskirts of the state capital Maiduguri. A total of 152 cases of suspected cholera, including 11 deaths, as of 31 August 2017, have been reported. Three of the suspected cases are in close proximity to Muna Garage, not in the camp itself.

19 Jul 2017 description

Aperçu de la situation

  • Selon le gouvernement, 19 459 personnes ont été affectées par les Inondations au 10 Juillet 2017.

  • Au total 2 405 ménages sinistrés ont été recensés et le nombre de personnes décédées est à 23 sur l’ensemble du pays.

30 Jun 2017 description

Aperçu de la situation

  • Au 20 juin, ce sont 8 247 personnes qui sont affectées par les inondations consécutives aux fortes précipitations enregistrées au cours des deuxième et troisième décade de juin à Niamey et dans les autres régions du pays, selon les estimations rendues publiques par le Ministère de l’Action Humanitaire et de la Gestion des Catastrophes.

02 Jun 2017 description

On 31 May in the afternoon, more than 1,000 additional persons arrived unexpectedly in Pulka from Banki. Once again,responders immediately mobilized to provide urgent relief and address the most immediate needs as effectively as possible despite the lack of notice. The operationalization of the Tripartite agreement between Nigeria, Cameroon and UNHCR signed in February in Oslo is underway to enable a smoother return process for Nigerian refugees currently in Cameroon.

SITUATION TO DATE (Needs and gaps)

28 May 2017 description

The movements of refugee returnees from Banki to Pulka continue and humanitarian groups continue to provide life-saving assistance despite numerous challenges, especially limitations in the water supply. On 27 May, close to 1,300 women, children and men arrived in school buses and trucks, carrying their remaining possessions (such as bicycles, chickens, mattresses, water jugs, and other items).

SITUATION TO DATE (Needs and gaps)

26 May 2017 description

Humanitarian groups continue to provide life-saving assistance to thousands of Nigerian refugees who have returned from Cameroon over the past few weeks and who are transitioning through Banki to Pulka and other towns.

23 May 2017 description

In the past weeks, the humanitarian community has witnessed an increasing trend of refugee returns from Cameroon into Borno State. In particular, thousands of returnees are returning from Minawao camp in Cameroon through Banki, where humanitarian actors are already providing life-saving response to affected populations in IDP camps.

Many of these returnees are then continuing their journey to their various areas of origin in particular to Pulka and Gwoza (Gwoza LGA), where humanitarian response efforts are ongoing as well.

31 Mar 2017 description
  • A cause de l’insécurité dans les localités des régions de Tahoua et de Tillabery frontalières du Mali et du Burkina Faso, les autorités nigériennes ont déclaré l’état d’urgence dans deux départements1 de la région de Tahoua et dans cinq départements2 de la région de Tillabéry le 3 mars, pour une période initiale de 15 jours. Cette mesure a été reconduite pour une durée de trois mois. Selon les informations non exhaustives recueillies sur le terrain, 24 attaques visant principalement les positions militaires ont été enregistrées depuis février 2016.

25 Jan 2017 description

Highlights

  • As of 25 January, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) medical teams had performed surgeries on 78 people injured during the military airstrike on Rann on 17 January. In Rann itself, 107 people were treated.

  • Those who underwent operations had broken limbs, suffered burns or shrapnel wounds.

19 Jan 2017 description

Highlights

 On 19 January, 15 patients were airlifted from Rann to Maiduguri, bringing to 89 the total number of people evacuated following the military airstrike on Rann on 17 January.

 Surgical teams in four hospitals – two public and two military – in Maiduguri continue to perform operations and treat the injured.

 Medical assistance is also ongoing in Rann, a locality in the far-north of Nigeria bordering Cameroon and Chad.

Situation overview

18 Jan 2017 description

Highlights

  • Sixty injured people, majority of them children, were airlifted on 18 January from Nigeria’s north-eastern Rann locality to Maiduguri, the capital of Borno state, following a military airstrike on Rann the previous day. The medical evacuation involved UN Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) and Nigerian military helicopters.

  • In Maiduguri, 11 ambulances have been availed to ferry the patients to five hospitals in the city. Four doctors and 100 kg of medical supplies were flown to Rann today.