Guinea

 

Operation: Opération: Guinea

Location

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Latest update of camps and office locations 21  Nov  2016. By clicking on the icons on the map, additional information is displayed.

Key Figures

2017 planning figures
2,000 Ivorian refugees will return to their country on voluntary basis
1,200 people of concern will be provided with entrepreneurship / business training
700 people of concern will receive kits for agriculture, livestock or fisheries
500 refugees will be submitted for resettlement, including Liberians in need of international protection, Sierra Leonean refugees and refugees of other nationalities
500 households will receive core relief items
2015 end-year results
100% of refugees were protected from the outbreak of the Ebola virus owing to the implementation of effective medical protocols 
226 refugees were resettled in third countries
22 refugees (5 males and 17 females) living with HIV/AIDS were assisted with antiretroviral therapy drugs
236 individual shelters were repaired and 5 community tents built for primary school in Kouankan II camp
34 litres per person per day of potable water on average was provided in Kouankan II camp
259 heads of household (including 155 women and 104 men) were supported with agricultural kits (seeds, insecticides and fungicides) to cultivate some 210 hectares of land
216 refugee children (101 girls and 115 boys), aged between 5 and 14 years old, were assisted with school kits in urban areas

People of Concern Personnes relevant de la compétence du HCR

0%
Decrease in
2015
2015 9,037
2014 9,047
2013 8,878

 

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Guinea

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Year-end Overview

Plan Overview

Working environment


Successful presidential elections were held on 11 October 2015 and allayed fears of upheaval in the country.  Shortly after, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced on December 29, 2015 the end of the Ebola outbreak in Guinea.

Since the outbreak began in March 2014, the socio-economic life of the country was disrupted.  While the health sector was particularly affected, other sectors, including education, air transport, mining and trade, also suffered serious consequences.

With the closure of the border with Côte d’Ivoire due to Ebola Virus Disease, the voluntary repatriation of Ivorian refugees from Guinea remained suspended till the first half of 2016.  

Guinea has also taken a number of steps to ensure that human rights are respected.  The Department of Justice continued the reform of the judicial sector, with the establishment of a Commission for the reform of criminal law and the Higher Council of the judiciary.  

Key priorities

In 2017, UNHCR’s operation will focus on:
•    Strengthening the legal framework in the country, following the adoption of the asylum law by the National Assembly and its promulgation by the President in 2016;
•    Working with the government to facilitate the local integration of refugees willing to do so;
•    Providing targeted assistance to Ivorian refugees voluntarily returning to Côte d’Ivoire in 2017;
•    Processing the resettlement submissions for some 500 refugees to third countries by the end of 2017, including Liberians in need of international protection, Sierras Leonean refugees and other refugees from other nationalities;
•    Strengthening the self-reliance of refugees through livelihoods programmes.