Central African Republic

 

Operation: Opération: Central African Republic

Location

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Key Figures

2020 planning figures
65% of South Sudanese refugees will have their own business or be self-employed for more than 12 months
49% of returnees will have access to national education systems
48% of people of concern with intention to return will return voluntarily
32% of refugee returnees will receive support for housing, land and property restitution
32% of IDP sites threatened by the presence of armed actors will be monitored
10% of returnee households will be living in adequate dwellings
2018 year-end results
82,030 IDP households were accommodated in emergency family shelters
76,300 IDP households (52% managed by women) received NFIs. 2,230 of them received multi-purpose cash instead of in-kind assistance
100% of child protection efforts carried out through protection committees were achieved
75% of Sudanese refugee children in Obo attended primary school

People of Concern Personnes relevant de la compétence du HCR

14%
Increase in
2018
2018 989,454
2017 866,948
2016 458,607

 

[["Refugees",6655],["Asylum-seekers",402],["IDPs",640969],["Returned IDPs",306246],["Returned refugees",35182]]
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Central African Republic

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Plan Overview

Working environment

Following the signing of a peace agreement between the central Government and armed groups in February 2019, the conflict in the Central African Republic (CAR) is expected to de-escalate, allowing for the return of both internally displaced populations and refugees.
 
UNHCR will support the implementation of the National Plan for Reconciliation, and Peacebuilding 2017-2021 in line of goals with the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) 2018-2021 which is articulated with the Humanitarian Response Plan ensuring a close cooperation between humanitarian and development actors. In line with this coordinated approach, UNHCR will continue to engage with the government and all relevant humanitarian and development actors to guide their interventions in the return areas, and to advocate for returnees to be included in their projects in the areas of return.to ensure a sustainable reintegration of displaced populations.
 
Regarding refugees living in CAR, UNHCR will continue to support the Government in implementing the process of local integration of long-term urban refugees. This will include a legal (naturalization and privileged residence) and an economic (income-generating activities) components.
 
To eradicate statelessness, UNHCR intends to support the implementation of the national plan against statelessness with a focus on finalizing the study initiated in 2019, the domestication of the 1954 and 1961 United Nations Conventions on Statelessness and on ensuring civilian documentation (birth certificates) for persons at risk of statelessness.
 

Key priorities

In 2020, UNHCR will focus on:
  • Facilitating the voluntary return of refugees and IDPs through provision of assistance (30,000 people will receive return packages; 30,000 people will receive cash grants and 28,000 people will be provided with accommodation);
  • Supporting the rehabilitation of basic socio-community infrastructure, such as schools, health centers and water wells coupled with income-generating activities.
  • Supporting the Government in the areas of social cohesion, Housing, Land and Property rights and civil documentation.
  • Strengthening protection through improved monitoring of hosting areas;
  • Improving self-reliance and livelihoods through the distribution of production kits or inputs for agriculture/livestock/fisheries activities, and support to the formation of small business associations.
  • Strengthening its leadership in coordinating protection, shelter and CCCM clusters, the durables Solutions Working Group, and its participation in other coordination mechanisms such as the national task force on prevention of sexual abuse and exploitation.
Latest contributions
  • 31-MAR-2020
    South Africa
    $120,997
  • Malaysia

    private donors

    $235,745
  • Philippines

    private donors

    $175,891
  • Thailand

    private donors

    $481,864
  • Canada

    private donors

    $325,912
  • Republic of Korea

    private donors

    $7,696,964
  • Italy

    private donors

    $1,876,245
  • 30-MAR-2020
    Spain

    private donors

    $7,122,133
  • 25-MAR-2020
    United States of America

    private donors

    $308,000
  • 24-MAR-2020
    Belgium

    private donors

    $120,347
  • 20-MAR-2020
    Germany
    $65,778
  • Australia
    $33,268,100
  • 19-MAR-2020
    Japan
    $334,741
  • 17-MAR-2020
    Malta
    $84,842
  • 15-MAR-2020
    Qatar

    private donors

    $8,000,000
  • 13-MAR-2020
    United States of America
    $58,802,527
  • Japan
    $23,896,000
  • 12-MAR-2020
    Canada

    private donors

    $287,244
  • Italy

    private donors

    $582,224
  • 10-MAR-2020
    Germany
    $147,419