Chad

 

Operation: Opération: Chad

Location

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Key Figures

2021 planning figures
924,000 people of concern will be assisted with a combination of personal protective equipment, mental health support, and targeted interventions in education, protection, livelihoods and community mobilization focused on risk communication
12,000 people of concern will receive antiretroviral therapy treatment for HIV and AIDS
8,000 UNHCR and partner personnel, as well as people of concern including refugee leaders, will receive training on preventing fraud and corruption
3,000 refugee children will be enrolled into primary school, with UNHCR monitoring to ensure retention
2,000 people of concern will receive durable shelters in refugee and IDP camps or sites
2019 year-end results
41,200 birth certificates were provided to refugee and host community children, exceeding the projection of 40,000
1,600 people were submitted to resettlement countries for consideration
1,600 incidents of sexual and gender-based violence were recorded, with all victims able to access available services in camps or refugee settlements
2020 planning figures
100% of people of concern will be individually registered
92,580 registered refugee children will be enrolled in primary education
40,000 refugee children will be issued with birth certificates
683 reported SGBV incidents for which survivors received medical assistance
14 health facilities will be equipped, constructed or rehabilitated

People of Concern Personnes relevant de la compétence du HCR

12%
Increase in
2019
2019 739,376
2018 663,064
2017 612,197

 

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