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|2020 year-end results|
|90,959||refugees were enrolled into school from preschool to the secondary level. 131 DAFI scholarships were renewed and 557 UNHCR Mixed Movements fellowships were renewed for 472 refugees and 85 Chadians|
|43,625||birth certificates in 2020, above a target of 35,000 certificates|
|5,384||shelters provided to 24,228 beneficiaries|
|1,242||survivors of gender-based violence provided with the adequate medical, psychological and legal assistance|
|100%||All refugees and surrounding host population provided with access to primary, secondary and tertiary health care in all camp-based health centres and several public referral hospitals|
|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|
People of Concern