|Country of origin||Source||Data date||Population|
|Burkina Faso||UNHCR, Government||30 Apr 2023||72.2%||6,316|
|Liberia||UNHCR, Government||30 Apr 2023||12.4%||1,086|
|Central African Rep.||UNHCR, Government||30 Apr 2023||6.7%||584|
|Various||UNHCR, Government||30 Apr 2023||4.1%||360|
|Syrian Arab Rep.||UNHCR, Government||30 Apr 2023||1.7%||152|
|Dem. Rep. of the Congo||UNHCR, Government||30 Apr 2023||1.4%||123|
|Congo||UNHCR, Government||30 Apr 2023||0.9%||75|
|Rwanda||UNHCR, Government||30 Apr 2023||0.6%||50|
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Since 2011, UNHCR has facilitated the voluntary return in safety and dignity of over 111,000 Ivorian refugees and about 200,000 returned spontaneously.
With ongoing crises in the Central African Republic (CAR), Mali and Nigeria, as well as increased insecurity in Burkina Faso, more than 7 million people are internally displaced across the region. In this challenging context, UNHCR will assume its tri-cluster leadership role, provide direct assistance to IDPs, ensure that protection is placed at the centre of the multi-stakeholder humanitarian response and that solutions are pursued in coordination with all partners, including key development actors. “The West and Central Africa region faces multiple humanitarian and development challenges. This has not stopped its governments and people from showing solidarity with nearly 5 million refugees and internally displaced people. To be sustainable, this solidarity needs to be supported by adequate funding.” Regional Bureau Director: Millicent Mutuli.