UNHCR CHAD| Influx of Refugees from Sudan (as of 31 march 2024)

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Type de document: Dashboards & Factsheets , Data & Statistics , Cartes
Type de document: English
Date de publication: 3 April 2024 (2 months ago)
Créé: 3 April 2024 (2 months ago)
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UNHCR CHAD| Influx of Refugees from Sudan (as of 31 march 2024)

Type de document: Dashboards & Factsheets , Data & Statistics , Cartes
Langue(s): English
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 arrived spontaneously in Chad through over 32 border entry points mainly in the provinces of Ouaddai, Sila, Wadi-Fira and Ennedi Est in Eastern Chad. From the onset of the influx, humanitarian workers are working in support of the Chadian Government and local authorities to provide life saving assistance and a set of Protection services both in spontaneous sites and also in the extension as well as the newly established settlements. As of date under the leadership of the Government and UNHCR 48% 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.

Partners

  • Commission Nationale pour l'Accueil et la Réinsertion des Réfugiés et des Rapatriés
  • International Organization for Migration

Sectors

  •  Information Management

Emplacements

  • Chad

Groupe de population

Pays Groupes
Chad Sudan - Refugees
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