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Refugees from Burundi: Post-Influx

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Refugees from Burundi: Post-Influx JSON 
241,687
Source - UNHCR, Government 
Households*
90,703
Last updated 19 Jun 2017
* Household data may be unavailable for some locations.
Source - UNHCR, Government
Refugees from Burundi: Post-Influx JSON 
Refugees from Burundi: Post-Influx JSON 
Refugees from Burundi: Post-Influx JSON 
Location name Source Data date Population
Kagera UNHCR, Government 3 Apr 2017
  0.0%
50
Kigoma UNHCR, Government 19 Jun 2017
  100.0%
241,637


Refugees from Burundi: Pre-Influx JSON 
2,440
Last updated 19 Jun 2017
Source - UNHCR, Government 
Refugees from Burundi: Total JSON 
244,127
Last updated 19 Jun 2017
Source - UNHCR, Government 
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  Highlights
UNHCR has made significant progress in the construction of transitional shelters in all three camps in North West Tanzania in anticipation of the rainy season.
10 Oct 2016
- 2,443 New Arrivals recorded so far in July 2016, averaging 111 individuals a day.
30 Apr 2016
1,637 inter-camp family reunification performed; including previously Unaccompanied/Separated Children and female spouses.
30 Apr 2016
- 27,793 Burundian refugees relocated from Nyarugusu to Nduta and Mtendeli between 07-Oct-2015 and 30-Apr-2016.
30 Apr 2016
Financial Information (2016)
Total Appeal$176,601,614
Received to Date$92,957,332
Gap $83,644,282
Coverage52.64%
Received to Date
Gap
Last Modified 21 October 2016 (9 months ago)

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More refugees flee Burundi ahead of elections

UNHCR, 29 Jun 2015

NYARUGUSU REFUGEE CAMP, Tanzania, June 29, (UNHCR) – More than 6,000 refugees fleeing Burundi have crossed over into Tanzania in the last three days, taking to over 66,000 the total number of refugees who have arrived from its central African neighbour since May 1, according to the UN refugee agency... Read more

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More than 100,000 refugees vaccinated against cholera in Tanzania

UNHCR, 26 Jun 2015

NYARUGUSU REFUGEE CAMP, Tanzania, June 26 (UNHCR) – More than 100,000 refugees have been vaccinated against cholera in a major initiative to prevent a repeat outbreak of the epidemic which killed 31 people last month in northwestern Tanzania. Twenty five temporary vaccination sites were set up in... Read more

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Tanzania cholera epidemic deaths among Burundian refugees and local population halted, new cases down sharply

UNHCR, 26 May 2015

This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Adrian Edwards – to whom quoted text may be attributed – at the press briefing, on 26 May 2015, at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. In western Tanzania's Lake Tanganyika area, containment measures to deal with a cholera epidemic that has c... Read more

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Rescue on Lake Tanganyika

UNHCR TRACKS, 26 May 2015

Kagunga is a small Tanzanian village close to the border with Burundi. Wedged between a steep mountain range and the waters of Lake Tanganyika, it has little access to other parts of Tanzania except by boat. And so, almost overnight, this sleepy fishing community has become the focal point of a huma... Read more

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Cholera epidemic among refugee and host communities in Tanzania claims 31 lives, situation worsening

UNHCR, 22 May 2015

This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Adrian Edwards – to whom quoted text may be attributed – at the press briefing, on 22 May 2015, at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. With refugees still fleeing from Burundi into neighbouring countries, the cholera epidemic declared by the ... Read more