Consolidated Appeal

Consolidated Appeal for Côte d'Ivoire 2007

Abidjan
30 November 2006

Côte d’Ivoire remains one of the most complex protection crises in the region, reflecting the adverse impact of a political-military crisis that erupted in September 2002 following the failed coup attempt against President Laurent Gbagbo.  Despite reconciliation-based governing arrangements, the country is still split into a rebel-held landlocked North, a Government-controlled South and a buffer zone known as the Zone of Confidence manned by the United Nations forces and the French Licorne forces. 

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Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Côte d'Ivoire 2007

Abidjan
17 July 2007

Revision of the Consolidated Appeal for Chad (IDP Emergency Assistance) 2007

N'Djamena
9 May 2007

CONTEXT ANALYSIS

A Combination of Conflicts

Conflicts in Eastern Chad are traditionally fluid.  Individual ambitions, rivalry between sedentary and nomadic groups and/or ethnic communities, the widespread circulation of small arms, the spill-over of the conflict in Darfur and the presence of Chadian and Sudanese rebel forces and militias all contribute to a tense environment.  This is compounded by increased pressure on scarce natural resources. 

Consolidated Appeal for Chad 2007

N'Djamena
30 November 2006

Vol 2: PDF Word

Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Chad (IDP Emergency Assistance) 2007

N'Djamena
17 July 2007

Consolidated Appeal for the Central African Republic 2007

30 November 2006

Some facts about the Central African Republic (CAR):

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Appeal for Building Global Humanitarian Response Capacity 2007

19 April 2007

1. The Cluster Approach and the Wider Humanitarian Reform

Consolidated Appeal for Burundi 2007

30 November 2006

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