UNICEF mid-year humanitarian situation report indicates that, despite a decrease in the number of Ivorian refugees and the voluntary repatriation efforts, a significant number of Ivorian refugees still remain in Liberia in 2013. Half of them live in refugee camps while others continue to stay with their Liberian hosts, where access to basic services is very low. Refugees and host communities, especially vulnerable children, need sustainable access to health and nutrition services (screening and treatment). More than 40% of children suffer from chronic malnutrition and 60% are anaemic. Acute malnutrition, however, is lower than among the host population.