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20 Aug 2017 description

South Sudan, Burundi and DRC Refugee Response Plans

Key Figures
REFUGEES IN NEED (by end 2017) 1,497,126
EXPECTED new INFLUX in 2017
520,000

Requirements

960.17 MILLION
TOTAL

673.19 MILLION
SOUTH SUDAN RRP

215.33 MILLION
DRC RRP

71.64 MILLION
BURUNDI RRP

SOUTH SUDAN – UGANDA REFUGEE RESPONSE PLAN

12 May 2017 description

President Yoweri Museveni and the United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres are stoking their efforts to give a face to the refugee crisis in Uganda and raise over US$ 2 billion needed in emergency funds to handle the humanitarian crisis caused by the South Sudan conflict, which is yet to end.

Uganda is now host to over 1.2 million refugees, of which almost 800,000 are South Sudanese who have fled the violence and famine, with more than 2,000 refugees coming in daily, according to the United Nations.

26 Dec 2011 description

STRUCTURE OF THE UGANDA HUMANITARIAN PROFILE 2012

PART 1. CONTEXT OVERVIEW INTRODUCTION

The Uganda humanitarian profile 2012 is the second version after a decision was made to end the Consolidated Appeals Process (CAP) in Uganda. It builds on the humanitarian profile for 2011 to provide an update on the humanitarian issues in the country. This is both a preparedness and resource mobilization tool which is updated every year to inform government and the humanitarian community on key humanitarian issues in the country.

17 Nov 2011 description

Issued at the conclusion of a Tripartite meeting between H.E. Mwai Kibaki, President of the Republic of Kenya, H.E. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, President of the Republic of Uganda and H.E. Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, President of the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia on the security situation in Somalia held on 16th November, 2011 at State House, Nairobi

30 Apr 2011 description

Disaster loss and damage is on the rise in Uganda with grave consequences for the survival, dignity and livelihood of our citizens, particularly the poor. It also erodes Uganda’s and hard-earned development gains. Disaster risk is increasingly becoming a global concern and its impact in one region can have a corresponding effect on lives and livelihoods in another, and vice versa.