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UNHCR External Update - CAR Situation - 16 April 2021

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Type de document: Situation Reports / Updates
Type de document: English
Date de publication: 21 April 2021 (il y a 3 mois)
Créé: 21 April 2021 (il y a 3 mois)
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UNHCR External Update - CAR Situation - 16 April 2021

Type de document: Situation Reports / Updates
Langue(s): English
UNHCR Regional Bureau for West & Central Africa’s Deputy Director, met with the CAR President, the Ambassador of South Africa, representatives of the World Bank, the African Development Bank, the African Union and EECAS to discuss the establishment of a support platform for protection and solutions for displaced Central Africans. UNHCR and the Government’s National Commission for Refugees (CNR) had biometrically registered 51,890 new arrivals from CAR in Bas Huele, North Ubangi and South Ubangi Provinces, as of 31 March. Among these, 6,143 people have been identified with specific needs. Recent clashes between government forces and armed groups in northern Central African Republic (CAR) have forced 2,156 refugees to cross into Chad since last week. Refugees, mostly women and children, are fleeing the towns of Kaga-Bandoro, Batangafo and Kabo, by crossing a river that separates the two countries.

Emplacements

  • Soudan
  • Cameroon
  • République Centrafricaine
  • Chad
  • Republic of the Congo
  • République démocratique du Congo

Groupe de population

Pays Groupes
République Centrafricaine Central African Republic - Refugees, Central African Republic - IDPs
Cameroon Cameroon - Refugees
République démocratique du Congo Congo (Democratic Republic) - Refugees
Chad Chad - Refugees
Republic of the Congo Congo (Brazzaville) - Refugees
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