Réponse Régionale à la crise des Réfugiés en République centrafricaine
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Congo (Democratic Republic)

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35,200 Individuals
Réfugiés de la République centrafricaine
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Population

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Réfugiés de la République centrafricaine

112,785


Date de mise à  jour 30 Apr 2016


Source - UNHCR

Démographie
Homme (48%) Age (52%) Femme
11.3% 0 - 4 11.6%
12.6% 5 - 11 12.8%
6% 12 - 17 5.4%
17.5% 18 - 59 21.1%
0.7% 60 + 1.1%

  Réfugiés de la République centrafricaine

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  Réfugiés de la République centrafricaine

Site Total actuel    
20,454
Individus
18.1 %
20,393
Individus
18.1 %
20,365
Individus
18.1 %
10,545
Individus
9.3 %
10,282
Individus
9.1 %
9,191
Individus
8.1 %
8,647
Individus
7.7 %
6,166
Individus
5.5 %
4,664
Individus
4.1 %
875
Individus
0.8 %
658
Individus
0.6 %
539
Individus
0.5 %
6
Individus
0 %

   Documents

  En Bref

WHO issues yellow fever warning as deadly outbreak in Angola grows. At least 258 people have been killed so far. Outbreak already spread to the DRC. (Reuters)
26 Apr 2016
DRC: Yellow fever killed 21 people in the first quarter of 2016, with 151 suspected cases, some imported from neighbouring Angola (WHO)
11 Apr 2016
11 September 2015: about 800 Central African refugees have cross the border a Mogoro, 42 km from Gbadolite (DRC).
10 Sep 2015
Since December 2014, the DRC has seen an influx of some 19,000 Central African refugees that have entered the Bosobolo territory in Equateur Province
25 Feb 2015
UNHCR Tracks, Small Graves: CAR refugees at risk, especially children: http://tracks.unhcr.org/2015/02/small-graves/#_ga=1.191844074.1528044848.1409573421
24 Feb 2015

  Financement requis 2016

Appel révisé $28,338,464
Financés à ce jour $2,351,741
Gap $25,986,723
Couverture 8%
Date de mise à  jour 13 May 2016

  La crise des refugiés dans les médias

Angola's yellow fever outbreak could become 'global emergency'
BBC, 11 May 2016
Scientists in the US have warned that the shortage of yellow fever vaccines could spark a global health emergency. An outbreak of the mosquito-borne viral disease has killed 277 people in Angola since December, according to the UN World Health Organization (WHO). An article in the Journal of t...
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ANALYSIS-How to stop people dying from aid shortages? Tackle roots of crises
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 09 May 2016
By Megan Rowling BARCELONA, May 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Women in Niger travel miles by donkey cart to health centres in the hope of getting food for their malnourished infants, leaving their vegetable gardens unattended and chores undone, only to be turned away with nothing. Children ...
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UPDATE 1-WHO issues yellow fever warning as deadly outbreak grows
Reuters Africa, 26 Apr 2016
* Angola epidemic has killed 258 people since December 2015 * Yellow fever spread by same mosquitoes as Zika, dengue * WHO warns of spread, cases in China, Congo, Kenya, Uganda (Recasts, adding details on outbreak's spread, vaccine concerns) By Kate Kelland and Stephanie Nebehay LONDON/G...
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Yellow fever spreads to DR Congo, kills 21
BBC, 12 Apr 2016
An outbreak of yellow fever has killed 21 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the World Health Organization (WHO) says, linking some cases to an outbreak in neighbouring Angola. In a statement, the WHO said the deaths had occurred in January to March, with 151 suspected cases recorded. ...
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Yellow fever outbreak kills 21 in Congo, WHO says
Reuters Africa, 12 Apr 2016
GENEVA, April 12 (Reuters) - Twenty-one people have died of yellow fever in Democratic Republic of Congo, some of them from infections contracted in neighbouring Angola, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday. An outbreak has already killed 225 people and infected 1,600 in Angola. There wa...
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