Operation: Opération: Congo



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
50% of primary school-aged children from DRC will be enrolled in primary education
40% of Central African refugees will receive services for their specific needs
10% of refugees and asylum-seekers from DRC (aged 18-59 years) will be supported by UNHCR to develop their own business or self-employment 
60 reported cases of sexual and gender-based violence among refugees and asylum-seekers 
2015 end-year results
6,800 people were assisted through the issuance of documentation by national institutions
12 classrooms were constructed to improve educational facilities for CAR refugees in Betou
37%  of older persons of concern received services for their specific needs
19% of households lived in adequate dwellings

People of Concern Personnes relevant de la compétence du HCR

Decrease in
2015 52,152
2014 59,105
2013 54,772


[["Refugees",44955],["Asylum-seekers",4342],["Returned refugees",1],["Others of concern",2854]]
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Year-end Overview

Working environment

Given the unstable socio-political situation in the Central African Republic (CAR) and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), plans for voluntary repatriation of refugees may be undermined. Many refugees do not have access to proper documentation and are being denied protection and access to local facilities and services. UNHCR will continue to reinforce the Government’s  capacity to facilitate access to land for refugees, examine requests for the recognition of refugee status determination (RSD) and facilitate integration and/or repatriation through the delivery of proper documentation.

Key priorities

In 2017 UNHCR’s operation will focus on:
•    ensuring continuous registration of refugees; 
•    supporting the authorities in the RSD process;
•    providing health care to Central African refugees ,especially to those with specific needs;
•    responding to SGBV cases through community capacity building and projects related to income-generating activities through cash-based interventions.

In the event of a funding shortfall, assistance to people with specific needs, access to health care and local integration activities will be affected.