UNHAS is a critical lifeline transporting humanitarian workers and lifesaving cargo to some of the most challenging and hard-to-reach locations. This brief provides an overview of their operations in Cameroon.
In 2021, WFP assisted 894,000 refugees, internally-displaced people and vulnerable host populations with 39,700 metric tons of food and US$10.7 million as cash transfers. Learn more about WFP activities in 2022 from the Operational Updates.
Cameroon has been significantly affected by three complex crises: armed conflict between non-state armed groups (NSAGs) and state forces in the North-West and South-West regions; NSAGs insurgency in the Lake Chad Basin affecting the Far North Region, and the influx of Central African Republic (CAR) refugees in the East, Adamawa, and North regions. Learn more about how WFP supports vulnerable communities in the 6 regions affected by these crises from the factsheets
The Strengthening the Humanitarian System in India report describes in detail the main elements of the humanitarian system in India and its evolution from providing ‘charity’ aid to victims of disasters, to a more rights-based approach.
This paper shows how WFP is a key partner and responder in Niger, providing strategic guidance on designing and implementing sustainable food security solutions and at-scale assistance to vulnerable communities.