Chad: From displacement sites to host communities – Multi-sector needs assessment sheds light on the humanitarian conditions of refugees, returnees and hosts in southern Chad

Close to 100 000 refugees from the Central African Republic or CAR are currently settled in four southern regions of Chad adjacent to the border of the two countries. Most of the refugees first arrived in 2013 and 2014 when a Read more…

CAR: Looking back on 2017 achievements of the Rapid Response Mechanism

The Central African Republic has known a progressive deterioration of the humanitarian situation since the end of 2016. Two-thirds of the country suffer from a lack of institutional presence and are affected by nearly constant fighting and abuses on the Read more…

CAR: Supporting the Rapid Response Mechanism in response to shocks causing displacement

The humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic has been steadily worsening since the end of 2016, with a spiralling of violence motivated by ethnic, economic and political reasons. The abuses of armed groups have resulted in the displacement of Read more…

CAR: Supporting the Rapid Response Mechanism for efficient assessments and responses to needs and events – February Update

Multiple displacements have taken place in Central African Republic (CAR) since 2005 as a result of conflict and crime. Since December 2013, nearly 900,000 people have fled their homes: an estimated 436,000 people are internally displaced, and an additional 460,000 people have found Read more…