Conduct an in-depth and detailed assessment of the situation of Central African refugees in North Ubangi province of the DRC and provide emergency assistance by distributing NFIs to the most vulnerable. Since Saturday 13 May 2017, the province of North Ubangui, more precisely the territory of Yakoma, in the DRC is experiencing a population influx from the Central African Republic (CAR), fleeing the conflict in their localities of origin in Bangassou. Yakoma has a surface area of 15,397 Km² and is located at a distance of about 200 Km from the town of Gbadolite, the capital of North Ubangi province, and Mobayi Mbongo, located at about 50 Km from Gbadolite in the same province. This project takes place in North Ubangui, more precisely the territory of Yakoma.
This project assists affected populations with water, sanitation, and hygiene programming, non food items, shelter, and providing first aid kits.
This project reaches 17,198 people.