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|2017 year-end results|
|100%||newborn children received birth certificates|
|100%||of refugees had access to primary health care|
|98%||of refugee children of school age were registered in primary and secondary education|
|451||most vulnerable people of concern received food rations (134 men and 317 women)|
|29||Ivorian refugees were repatriated under the voluntary repatriation programme|
|11||people of concern (9 Liberians, 2 Burundians) were identified for resettlement|
|2016 year-end results results|
|2,221||refugees engaged in income-generating activities|
|476||people with specific needs were provided with assistance|
|395||individuals were issued with birth certificates|
|248||refugees repatriated to Côte d’Ivoire|
|97||refugee children passed their national examinations (out of 109)|
People of Concern