Opération Sahel
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Vue d'ensemble

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35,200 Individuals
Population du ressort du HCR
Base Layer


Personnes Déplacées Internes dans le Bassin du Lac Tchad


Date de mise à jour 15 Feb 2017
Source - UNHCR

Personnes Déplacées au Nigeria


Date de mise à jour 15 Feb 2017

Réfugiés Nigérians


Date de mise à jour 03 Feb 2017
Source - UNHCR

Personnes Déplacées au Mali


Date de mise à jour 31 Dec 2016

Réfugiés maliens


Date de mise à jour 31 Jan 2017
Source - UNHCR



Seven steps to saving lives and assisting people in Nigeria and Lake Chad Basin
Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), 17 Feb 2017
A violent eight-year conflict originating in Nigeria has intensified in the last four years and spread across borders into Niger, Chad and Cameroon, resulting in Africa’s biggest humanitarian and protection crisis. Across the Lake Chad Basin, 17 million people1 are affected by the conflict, and o...
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La face cachée de Boko Haram
Voice of America (VOA), 16 Feb 2017
Un jeune garçon est flagellé sur une place. Les badauds crient « Dieu est grand. » Les membres de Boko Haram tirent sur les civils dans la tête et dans le cœur, ignorant les prières et ceux qui clament leur innocence. Le reportage qui suit contient des images choquantes tirées des vidéos...
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Interview - Four famines mean 20 million may starve in the next six months
Reuters, 16 Feb 2017
In 2011, Somalia suffered a famine that killed 260,000 people. The famine was declared in July, but most people had already died by May By Tom Miles GENEVA, Feb 16 (Reuters) - More than 20 million people - greater than the population of Romania or Florida - risk dying from starvation within six ...
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Famine threat looms as children starve in Boko Haram-hit northeast Nigeria
Thompson Reurters Foundation, 16 Feb 2017
90,000 of severely malnourished children in northeast Nigeria could starve to death this year - or almost 250 a day By Kieran Guilbert MAIDUGURI, Nigeria, Feb 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Slumped in his mother's lap in a health clinic in northeast Nigeria, three-year-old Hassan was too dr...
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Adamawa Christians Accuse FG of Discrimination in Rehabilitating N’East
This Day, 15 Feb 2017
Paul Obi in Abuja Christians from seven local government areas in Adamawa State tuesday accused the federal government of bias and discrimination in the rehabilitation of the North-east geo-political zone ravaged by the Boko Haram insurgency. The accusations came on the heels of recent allega...
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