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UPDATE: Uganda: At the heart of the refugee crisis

 

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With one of the world's largest immigration strains, Uganda is currently home to over 1.3 million refugees. To the north, South Sudan, where years of war, chronic civil instability and famine have forced almost one million South Sudanese people to seek refuge across the border, with more than two thirds having arrived in Uganda since the outbreak of violence in South Sudanese capital, Juba in July 2016. To the west, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, a country where tens of thousands of civilians have been caught up in series of violence between the Congolese authorities and local militia groups, leading to the exodus of more than 220,000 people.


 

Supporting life-saving medical aid for Mosul IDPs

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TSF has been on the ground in Iraq since November 2016 supporting operations for NGOs in Qayyarah working to serve the thousands of families fleeing Mosul. Recent site surveys in the region's camps unveiled gaps in support of the medical sector.


   

Syrie: 6 ans de conflit – 5 ans de soutien médical

miniAlors que le conflit syrien rentre dans sa 7ème année, Télécoms Sans Frontières se prépare à une sixième année de soutien envers le secteur médical au profit de la population. Le manque de communications dans les zones les plus dévastées du pays a conduit à la saturation du domaine de la santé, alors que le nombre de blessés et de malades ne cesse d’augmenter.

 


 

Iraq-Mosul: TSF supporting camp coordination

 

accSix months ago, the city of Mosul in Iraq transformed into a violent battleground. To date, over 300,000 people have fled the city and have sought refuge in IDP camps set up in the surrounding region.

The volatile and unpredictable nature of the situation is such that relief agencies require fast and efficient coordination to serve the daily arrivals of families. Communication is the key to this.


   
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