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West and Central Africa - Humanitarian bulletin (November 2013)

HIGHLIGHTS
 There are currently 283,000 IDPs in Mali, down 15 per cent since July.
 An Emergency Food Security Assessment conducted in CAR indicates that some 1.1 million people are food insecure and that half of all IDPs in CAR are food insecure.
 74 per cent of households in Guinea Bissau reported that the failed cashew campaign was the principal economic shock in the past six months.
 10,000 Nigerians have fled violence in northeast Nigeria since the State of Emergency, 80 per cent to Cameroon.
 USD$8 billion pledged to the Sahel following a joint visit by the heads of the UN, World Bank, African Union, and the African Development Bank.

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In this issue
Mali Update: 50.000 IDPs Return since July P.1
Increased Food Insecurity in CAR and Guinea Bissau P.2
Nigeria: Displacement Impacts Neighbours P.4
Update on Resilience in the Sahel P.5
New Humanitarian Appeals Process in the Sahel P.5
Funding Status Overview P.6

Webspace(s): 
Organization(s): 
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Original Publication Date: 
20 Nov 2013
Document type: 
Humanitarian Bulletin
Location(s): 
Guinea-Bissau
Central African Republic
Mali
Nigeria
Coordination hub(s): 
Bureau Régional pour l'Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre