Cameroon 2014

Hostilities in Central African Republic (CAR) since December 2013 have resulted in massive population displacements into neighbouring countries, including Chad, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Republic of Congo and Cameroon. Of those four countries, Cameroon hosts the largest number of refugees from CAR.

CERF allocates $1.2 million to stem yellow fever in Cameroon

Allocation Story: 
Allocation Story

11 July 2013: Two cases of yellow fever have been reported in the Littoral region of Cameroon. Yellow fever is a highly transmissible disease with a mortality rate that, in unvaccinated populations, may exceed 50 per cent. Yellow fever cannot be treated, but it can be prevented through vaccination.

Cameroon 2012

CERF provides US$2 million for flood-affected people in Cameroon

9 October 2012: The fierce drought in the Sahel region has been substituted by heavy flooding affecting more than 30,000 people in the north and far-north regions of Cameroon.

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