|Country of origin||Source||Data date||Population|
|Central African Rep.||UNHCR, Government||31 Dec 2019||72.1%||292,787|
|Nigeria||UNHCR, Government||31 Dec 2019||27.2%||110,627|
|Chad||UNHCR, Government||31 Dec 2019||0.4%||1,604|
|Dem. Rep. of the Congo||UNHCR, Government||31 Dec 2019||0.1%||518|
|Rwanda||UNHCR, Government||31 Dec 2019||0.1%||334|
|Autres||UNHCR, Government||31 Dec 2019||0.0%||116|
|Sudan||UNHCR, Government||31 Dec 2019||0.0%||98|
|Côte d'Ivoire||UNHCR, Government||31 Dec 2019||0.0%||70|
|Burundi||UNHCR, Government||31 Dec 2019||0.0%||69|
|Congo||UNHCR, Government||31 Dec 2019||0.0%||54|
The dire crisis in the Central African Republic continues to trigger massive forced displacement, increasing pressure on resources and living conditions in host communities and countries. Intense militia activity and inter-community violence hampers humanitarian access and exposes civilians to serious protection risks. According to OCHA, CAR remains the country with the highest humanitarian needs per capita, with 50 per cent of the population having to rely on humanitarian assistance to survive, while 25 per cent is displaced either internally or in a neighbouring country.
Northern Nigeria’s conflict with Boko Haram spilled over to the Lake Chad Basin region, where Nigerian refugees are hosted since 2014, causing large scale forced displacement and an unprecedented humanitarian emergency in Cameroon, Chad and Niger.
|Date of Funding Data||31 May 2019 (il y a 7 mois)|