Afghanistan Situation

Afghanistan Situation

On 3 October 2023, Pakistan’s national Apex Committee endorsed a plan to repatriate over a million foreigners without valid documents, largely Afghans. Announcing the plan, Pakistan’s Minister of Interior said that an ultimatum has been issued to illegal foreigners residing in Pakistan, requiring them to leave the country by 1 November.

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Ukraine Refugee Situation

Ukraine Refugee Situation

The full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 has caused massive civilian casualties and the destruction of civilian infrastructure, forcing people to flee their homes seeking safety, protection and assistance. Since February 2022, millions of refugees from Ukraine have crossed borders into neighbouring countries, and millions more have been forced to flee within the country. They are in need of protection and support. In light of the emergency and the scale of humanitarian needs, an inter-agency regional refugee response is being carried out, in support of the efforts of refugee-hosting countries. The Regional Refugee Response Plan brings together national authorities, UN agencies, NGOs, as well as civil society organisations and focuses on supporting host country governments to ensure the inclusion of refugees, with full access to their rights, in line with international standards. It also prioritizes the provision of critical protection services and humanitarian assistance.

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Sudan Situation

Sudan Situation

Since the start of the conflict in Sudan in mid-April, large numbers of civilians have been forced to flee, including people who were already internally displaced and refugees from other countries who had sought safety in Sudan. Hundreds of thousands of people have fled into neighbouring countries or returned home in adverse circumstances – notably to the Central African Republic, Chad, Egypt, Ethiopia and South Sudan. Others self-relocated within Sudan.

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Syria Regional Refugee Response

Syria Regional Refugee Response

Million of Syrians, many of them displaced for over a decade, have sought refuge in Türkiye, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, and Egypt. The protracted nature of the conflict, which has resulted in one of the world's largest refugee crises, has strained public infrastructure and services in host countries.

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DRC Situation

DRC Situation

Decades of clashes between armed groups, widespread violations of human rights, and devastating incidents of gender-based violence have displaced more than 6.1 million people within the DRC

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Afghanistan Situation

Afghanistan Situation

Ukraine Refugee Situation

Ukraine Refugee Situation

Sudan Situation

Sudan Situation

Syria Regional Refugee Response

Syria Regional Refugee Response

DRC Situation

DRC Situation

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Terms of Reference (TOR)
04 Dec 2024

Poland: Inter-Sector Coordination Group - Terms of Reference

The Inter-Sector Coordination Group (ISCG) is the main bridge between the Sectors with their thematic areas (Health; Education; Protection; Economic Inclusion; Shelter, Housing & Accommodation; and Working Groups (WGs) such as Child Protection; Gender-Based-Violence (GBV); Basic Needs; Accountability to Affected Population; Cash Based intervention; and Information Management; as well as networks (Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse/PSEA) and the NGO Forum “Razem”. These Sectors, WGs and Networks form the backbone of the coordination of the refugee response in Poland as part of the Regional Refugee Response for the Ukraine situation.
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24 Jul 2024

UNHCR TCHAD| Afflux des Réfugiés du Soudan | Statistiques de l'enregistrement individuel biométrique (au 21 juillet 2024)

Depuis le début du conflit au Soudan en avril 2023, la CNARR, le HCR et l'OIM font face à un afflux massif de réfugiés soudanais et de migrants tchadiens retournés en provenance du Darfour, qui ont traversé frontière orientale du Tchad. Les projections des humanitaires établies font état d’un estimation 910 000* personnes nécessitant une assistance humanitaire d’ici la fin de l’année 2024. Pour garantir leur protection, une vaste opération de dénombrement a été lancée le long de la frontière, permettant la collecte des données essentielles sur les réfugiés pour une assistance ciblée. En parallèle, des efforts de relocalisation depuis les villages d'accueil vers des sites aménagés ont été initiés pour faciliter l’enregistrement biométrique individuel des réfugiés quand ils sont installés dans les sites aménagés.
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24 Jul 2024

UNHCR TCHAD| Afflux des Réfugiés du Soudan (au 21 juillet 2024)

Depuis le début du conflit au Soudan le 15 avril 2023, la CNARR, le HCR et l'OIM enregistrent un afflux de personnes forcées de fuir, notamment des réfugiés soudanais et des retournés tchadiens arrivés spontanément au Tchad par plus de 32 points d'entrée frontaliers dans l'Est du Tchad, principalement les provinces du Ouaddaï, du Sila, du Wadi Fira et de l’Ennedi Est. Les travailleurs humanitaires apportent un soutien au gouvernement tchadien et aux autorités locales pour fournir une assistance vitale et un ensemble de services de protection à la fois dans les sites spontanés, dans les extensions ainsi que dans les sites aménagés nouvellement établis. A ce jour, sous la direction du Gouvernement et du HCR, 44% des réfugiés ont été relocalisés des sites spontanés vers les extensions d’anciens sites aménagés, mais aussi vers les sites nouvellement établis où ils bénéficient, tout comme les communautés hôtes, des services fournis par les humanitaires.
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24 Jul 2024

UNHCR CHAD| Influx of Refugees from Sudan (as of 21 july 2024)

Since the beginning of the conflict in Sudan on April 15, 2023, the CNARR, UNHCR and IOM have noted an influx of people forced to flee including Sudanese refugees and Chadian returnees who have arrived spontaneously in Chad through over 32 border entry points mainly in the provinces of Ouaddai, Sila, Wadi-Fira and East-Ennedi in Eastern Chad. Since the onset of the influx, humanitarian workers are supporting the Chadian Government and local authorities to provide lifesaving assistance and a set of Protection services both in spontaneous sites; in the extension of old settlements as well as the newly established settlements. As of date under the leadership of the Government and UNHCR 44% of refugees have been relocated from the spontaneous arrival sites to both the extension and newly established settlements where refugees and host communities’ benefit from the services delivered by the humanitarian teams.
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