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Protracted Relief and Recovery Operation - Chad

This operation has been modified as per Budget Revision 4 (see below).

Internal and border conflicts in Chad have caused political instability and insecurity, hindering economic and social recovery since  2003. Chad is ranked 163rdout of 169 in the 2010 human development index, with more than 87 percent of the rural population living below the poverty line. The population is highly vulnerable to shocks and exposed to high risks of food crises and disasters, with 44 percent of rural households facing food insecurity.

Acute and chronic malnutrition exceed the “critical” and “very high” thresholds in most regions. Nearly 320,000 people from the Sudan and the Central African Republic have taken refuge in Chad, while 180,000 people have been internally displaced. Although the displaced Chadians are being integrated into their new communities, no lasting solution for the refugees is in sight owing to the precarious political situation and security in their areas of origin.

Operation documents
Resourcing updates
WFP Offices
Country at a glance 2014
Planned Beneficiaries0
Beneficiary needs (mt)0
Beneficiary needs ($US)198,296,033
Donors - 2014 ($US)
Donors - Directed contributions
Multilateral contributionsUS$ 6,478,104
USA36,792,890
European Commission12,959,397
Japan3,938,559
Canada3,590,664
Germany3,401,361
UN CERF2,331,206
United Kingdom2,206,332
Switzerland1,934,214
UN Common Funds and Agencies (excl CERF)1,112,000
Finland1,019,022
African Dev Bank1,000,000
Sweden765,697
France407,056
Denmark364,232
Austria162,311
Threats to food security
  • Political instability and insecurity
  • Low education level
  • General poverty
  • Precarious sanitary conditions
  • Poor weaning habits
  • Erratic rainfalls
  • Drought
  • Desertification
  • Locust infestations
  • Lack of modern agricultural infrastructure