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June 2022

HIGHLIGHTS

In the North-West, South-West regions according to data analyzed and based on a weighting system that the Shelter Cluster partners designed in June 2022, in the 43 per cent of households were found to have severe inadequacies, 39 per cent of households were found to have moderate inadequacies, 9 per cent had extreme inadequacies, and 8 per cent had minor inadequacies. Internally displaced persons tend to have the most inadequate shelter.

 

RESPONSE

  • 31 partners
  • $13.0 M (0%) required (funded)
  • 1.2 M / 0.6 M / 0.1 M people in need / targeted / reached

December 2021

NEED ANALYSIS

o    According the last Multisectoral Needs Assessment (August/September 2021) majority of the displaced population lives in inadequate shelters

o    43,498 Cameroonian refugees are pre-registered in 40 sites in Chad (planning figure: 60,000 refugees and host communities), while RRM estimates 36,271 people are internally displaced in Far North Cameroon (planning figure: 40,000 IDPs and host communities). SNFI sector through OCHA advocacy note is asking 1,9 M USD$ to assist 35,000 IDPs with NFI kits, emergency shelters, houses rehabilitation.

 

  • 14 partners
  • $16.3 M (17%) required (funded)
  • 1.5 M / 0.7 M / 0.2 M people in need / targeted / reached

June 2021

NEED ANALYSIS During the month of June in the North-West region more than 15,000 people got displaced.

  • 25 partners
  • $15.0 M (4%) required (funded)
  • 0.2 M / 0.1 M / 9 048 people in need / targeted / reached(HH)

May 2021

Three (03) staff members of Plan International, a UNHCR partner, were kidnapped by non-State armed groups (NSAG) fighters while they were distributing core relief items in Bamenda town during which a UNHCR vehicle on loan to the partner was taken away by the separatists, the general security situation in the North-West and South-West regions during the reporting month continued to indicate that the humanitarian space is further shrinking.

  • 25 partners
  • $15.0 M (4%) required (funded)
  • 0.2 M / 0.1 M / 9 048 people in need / targeted / reached(HH)

April 2021

Humanitarian needs continue to be on the increase in North-West and South-West (NWSW) regions, requiring a coordinated and scaled up humanitarian assistance. Humanitarian actors continue to face constrains related to security and physical access in the delivery of the much-needed assistance in some communities.

  • 25 partners
  • $15.0 M (4%) required (funded)
  • 0.2 M / 0.1 M / 5 994 people in need / targeted / reached(HH)

March 2021

Humanitarian needs continue to be on the increase in North-West and South-West (NWSW) regions, requiring a coordinated and scaled up humanitarian assistance. Humanitarian actors continue to face constrains related to security and physical access in the delivery of the much-needed assistance in some communities.

  • 25 partners
  • $15.0 M (4%) required (funded)
  • 0.2 M / 0.1 M / 5 994 people in need / targeted / reached(HH)

September 2020

There have been a series of military operations in Belo since the beginning of August and have caused mass displacements. The operation  of the 26th and 29th August was particular and  that led to the displacement of over 6,000 persons. Women and children constitute the greater part of the displaced population. Many houses and businesses were destroyed. The violence also caused the displacement of 170 IDP mainly Bororo Fulani who ran away from violence specifically targeting them. Majority of them are children and self-settled in Bamum living condition is worsening. 

  • 25 partners
  • $12.8 M (8%) required (funded)
  • 0.8 M / 0.7 M / 13 491 people in need / targeted / reached(HH)

August 2020

Almost 680,000 Cameroonians are now internally displaced. 52% of the displaced are women. According to the latest Multi-Sectorial-Needs-Assessment (MSNA) of August 2019, 44.5% of IDPs are children (96,472 girls and 95,031 boys). 80% of health and education services in the two regions were non-functioning even before the COVID-19 outbreak. Critical shelter needs remain prevalent throughout the country. The destruction of houses and villages in certain conflict zones continues to cause further displacement, with people seeking refuge in remote and bush areas.

  • 25 partners
  • $12.8 M (8%) required (funded)
  • 0.8 M / 0.7 M / 13 491 people in need / targeted / reached(HH)