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fechar este livroRefugee Nutrition Information System (RNIS), No. 14 - Report on the Nutrition Situation of Refugees and Displaced Populations (UNSSCN, 1996, 45 p.)
Ver o documento(introduction...)
Ver o documentoHIGHLIGHTS
Ver o documentoINTRODUCTION
fechar esta pastaSub-Saharan Africa
Ver o documento1. Angola
Ver o documento2. Benin/Ghana/Togo Region
Ver o documento3. Burkina Faso and Mauritania
Ver o documento4. Burundi/Rwanda Situation
Ver o documento5. Central African Republic
Ver o documento6. Djibouti
Ver o documento7. Ethiopia
Ver o documento8. Kenya
Ver o documento9. Liberia/Sierra Leone Region
Ver o documento10. Mauritanian Refugees in Senegal
Ver o documento11. Mozambique Region
Ver o documento12. Somalia
Ver o documento13. Sudan
Ver o documento14. Uganda
Ver o documento15. Zaire
Ver o documento16. Zambia
fechar esta pastaASIA - Selected Situations
Ver o documento(introduction...)
Ver o documento17. Afghanistan Region
Ver o documento18. Bhutanese Refugees in Nepal
Ver o documento19. Refugees from Rakhine State, Myanmar in Bangladesh
Ver o documento20. Southern Iraq
Ver o documentoList of Sources for February 1996 RNIS Report
fechar esta pastaList of Tables, Figures and Annexes
Ver o documentoTable 1 - Information Available on Total Refugee/Displaced Populations (as of February 1996)
Ver o documentoTable 2 - Summary of Origin and Location of Major Populations of Refugees, Returnees and Displaced People in Africa February 1996 - RNIS #14 (population estimates in thousands)
Ver o documentoFigure 1 - Refugee and Displaced Populations
Ver o documentoFigure 2 - Trends in Total Refugee/Displaced Populations and Risk Categories
Ver o documentoFigure 3 - Trends in Population Estimates and Risk Categories in Six Countries
Ver o documentoAnnex 1 - Results of Surveys Quoted in February RNIS Report (#14) - usually children 6-59 months
Ver o documentoAnnex 2 - Seasonality in Sub-Saharan Africa*
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Ver o documentoMap A - Situational Map
Ver o documentoMap 1 - Angola
Ver o documentoMap 3 - Mauritania
Ver o documentoMap 4 - Burundi/Rwanda Region
Ver o documentoMap 6 - Djibouti
Ver o documentoMap 7 - Ethiopia
Ver o documentoMap 8 - Kenya
Ver o documentoMap 9 - Liberia/Sierra Leone
Ver o documentoMap 11 - Mozambique
Ver o documentoMap 12 - Somalia
Ver o documentoMap 13 - Sudan
Ver o documentoMap 14 - Uganda
Ver o documentoMap 15 - Zaire
Ver o documentoMap 17 - Afghanistan
Ver o documentoMap 18 - Nepal
Ver o documentoMap 19 - Bangladesh

Table 1 - Information Available on Total Refugee/Displaced Populations (as of February 1996)


Population Numbers

Nutr


Situation

Condition

Total

Change from

Stat*

Comments


I: High

IIa: High

IIb: Mod

IIc: Not

III:


Dec. 95




Prev

Risk

Risk

Critical

Unknown





Sub-Saharan Africa










1. Angola (id/wa)

10'400


1'389'600



1'400'000

0

imp

Pockets of malnutrition are likely to exist in inaccessible areas.

2. Benin/Ghana/Togo Region




110'000


110'000

-14'000

stat

Decrease in total due to repatriation.

3. Burkina Faso/Mauritania




68'000


68'000

0

imp

Nutritional status probably improving due to improved ration.

4. Burundi/Rwanda Region


308'000

186'000

2'380'000


2'874'000

-203'400

stat

Decrease in total due to decreased estimated number of displaced in Burundi.

5. Central African Republic




38'800


38'800

0

stat


6. Djibouti




25'000


25'000

0

stat

Increase due to a revised number of Somali refugees.

7. Ethiopia

81'000


173'000

134'000


388'000

0

stat


8. Kenya




173'000


173'000

-13'000

det

Decreased number due to continuing repatriation of Somali refugees.

9. Liberia/Sierra Leone/Guinea/Cote d'Ivoire

57'400

672'600

1'705'000

1'105'000


3'540'000

0

stat/det

Pockets of malnutrition may exist in Liberia in inaccessible areas; deteriorating security and nutritional situation in Sierra Leone.

10. Mauritania/Senegal




52'000


52'000

0

stat


11. Mozambique Region

3'500

246'500


950'000


1'200'000

410'000

det

Displaced in Mutarara at high risk due to pellagra. More vulnerable people due to lower than expected harvests, and subsequent lack of food stocks.

12. Somalia

26'000

814'000




840'000

240'000

det

Increased number of vulnerable people due to continued insecurity.

13. Sudan





2'300'000

2'300'000

900'000

det

Increased total due to increased number of those needing aid in S Sudan.

14. Uganda




222'000


222'000

-6'800

imp

Reduced estimated numbers due to census in October.

15. Zaire

262'000



443'000


705'000

0

stat

Those in Mwene Ditu at high risk.

16. Zambia




26'000


26'000

13'300

stat

The increased number is due to an update estimate, not an influx of refugees.

Total (Sub-Saharan Africa)

440'300

2'041'100

3'453'600

5'726'800

2'300'000

13'961'800

1'326'100



Asia (Selected Situations)










17. Afghanistan Region


370'000


2'730'000


3'100'000


stat

Those in Kabul considered to be at high risk.

18. Bhutanese Refugees in Nepal




90'000


90'000

0

imp

Low levels of micronutrient deficiencies continue to be reported.

19. Bangladesh

50'000





50'000

0

stat

At high risk due to elevated prevalence of riboflavin deficiency.

20. Southern Iraq


192'000


28'000


220'000

0

det

Those in Marshes considered at nigh risk.

I. High Prev - Those reported with high prevalences of malnutrition and/or micronutrient deficiency diseases and sharply elevated mortality rates (at least 3x normal).

IIa: High Risk - At high nutritional risk, limited data available, population likely to contain pockets of malnutrition.

IIb: Mod Risk - Moderate risk, may be data available, pockets of malnutrition may exist.

IIc: Not Critical - Probably not at heightened nutritional risk.

III: Unknown - No information on nutritional status available.

* Indicates status of nutritional situation. Imp =improving, det = deteriorating; stat = static (i.e. no change).