Assessment Mission to Paoua 1 to 7 February 2007 Daniel Augstburger (OCHA) Central African Republic
Assessment mission from 1 to 7 February 07 Almost 1,300 km  through   devastated areas OVERVIEW Country overview map N 250...
Most densely populated area effectively a war zone <ul><li>Ouham-Pende, Ouham and Nana-Gr é bizi are for the most part “wa...
Villages looted and torched throughout the north-west VIOLENCE Recently destroyed village on the way from Paoua to Pende. ...
Villages looted and torched throughout the north-west VIOLENCE Recently destroyed village on the way from Paoua to Pende.(...
Villages looted and torched throughout the north-west VIOLENCE Recently destroyed village on the way from Paoua to Pende. ...
In Darfur In CAR VIOLENCE Destroyed village on the way from Paoua to Pende and in village in Darfur. (OCHA)
Civilians and their assets systematically targeted VIOLENCE Recently destroyed village on the way from Paoua to Pende. (OC...
Even churches set ablaze by governmental forces VIOLENCE Church burnt down, according to concurring sources, by a joint FA...
Population seeks refuge in the bush VIOLENCE Recently destroyed village on the way from Paoua to Pende. (OCHA)
Barns and granaries burnt down FOOD SECURITY Charred goat pen in a destroyed village on the road from Paoua to Pende. (OCHA)
Civilians in need of emergency assistance  FOOD SECURITY Woman who lost all property during a raid of FACA and GP on 28 Ja...
Food stocks lost right after the harvest FOOD SECURITY Hundreds of kilos of charred peanuts in a house in Pende. (OCHA)
Economic structures broken down, thousands unemployed ECONOMIC RECOVERY Cotton, oil and soap plant near Pende destroyed by...
Educational activities launched in war affected areas EDUCATION Make-shift school initiated by the Ministry of Education a...
Flow of goods and people disrupted LOGISTICS Truck trailer blocking the road after an attack by the APRD in Boria. (OCHA)
First assistance to farmers underway, more is needed NON-FOOD ITEMS Delivery of non-food items north of Markounda. (OCHA)
Contact the Humanitarian Community Partnership Team CAR <ul><li>Mr Toby Lanzer  </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Resident and Humanit...
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UN OCHA Mission Report on Humanitarian Situation in North-Western Part of the Central African Republic

  1. 1. Assessment Mission to Paoua 1 to 7 February 2007 Daniel Augstburger (OCHA) Central African Republic
  2. 2. Assessment mission from 1 to 7 February 07 Almost 1,300 km through devastated areas OVERVIEW Country overview map N 250 km Bangui Region Regional capital Town / village 500 km Ouham-Pendé Ouham Ombella-M'Poko N Bozoum Bossangoa Bossen télé Bossembele Paoua Markounda Pend é Nana Bakasse Maïtikoulou Mission route
  3. 3. Most densely populated area effectively a war zone <ul><li>Ouham-Pende, Ouham and Nana-Gr é bizi are for the most part “war zones” </li></ul><ul><li>Most densely populated regions of CAR </li></ul><ul><li>Population about 1,000,000 or 25 % of CAR* </li></ul><ul><li>Roughly 200,000 people in need </li></ul><ul><li>APRD rebels present throughout the area </li></ul><ul><li>Strong political and military influence of Chad both on government and insurgents </li></ul><ul><li>Most important agricultural zone of CAR </li></ul><ul><li>Flow of goods and people totally disrupted </li></ul>OVERVIEW 200,000 people in need of assistance Route of the mission 250 km Bangui Ouham-Pendé Ouham Ombella-M'Poko Bozoum Bossangoa Bossen télé Paoua Markounda Pend é Nana Bakasse Maïtikoulou N * Includes Nana-Gr ébi zi region Bossembele
  4. 4. Villages looted and torched throughout the north-west VIOLENCE Recently destroyed village on the way from Paoua to Pende. (OCHA)
  5. 5. Villages looted and torched throughout the north-west VIOLENCE Recently destroyed village on the way from Paoua to Pende.(OCHA)
  6. 6. Villages looted and torched throughout the north-west VIOLENCE Recently destroyed village on the way from Paoua to Pende. (OCHA)
  7. 7. In Darfur In CAR VIOLENCE Destroyed village on the way from Paoua to Pende and in village in Darfur. (OCHA)
  8. 8. Civilians and their assets systematically targeted VIOLENCE Recently destroyed village on the way from Paoua to Pende. (OCHA)
  9. 9. Even churches set ablaze by governmental forces VIOLENCE Church burnt down, according to concurring sources, by a joint FACA and the Presidential Guard operation south of Paoua. (OCHA)
  10. 10. Population seeks refuge in the bush VIOLENCE Recently destroyed village on the way from Paoua to Pende. (OCHA)
  11. 11. Barns and granaries burnt down FOOD SECURITY Charred goat pen in a destroyed village on the road from Paoua to Pende. (OCHA)
  12. 12. Civilians in need of emergency assistance FOOD SECURITY Woman who lost all property during a raid of FACA and GP on 28 Jan in Pende. (OCHA)
  13. 13. Food stocks lost right after the harvest FOOD SECURITY Hundreds of kilos of charred peanuts in a house in Pende. (OCHA)
  14. 14. Economic structures broken down, thousands unemployed ECONOMIC RECOVERY Cotton, oil and soap plant near Pende destroyed by Chadian rebels in 2003. (OCHA)
  15. 15. Educational activities launched in war affected areas EDUCATION Make-shift school initiated by the Ministry of Education and UNICEF. (OCHA)
  16. 16. Flow of goods and people disrupted LOGISTICS Truck trailer blocking the road after an attack by the APRD in Boria. (OCHA)
  17. 17. First assistance to farmers underway, more is needed NON-FOOD ITEMS Delivery of non-food items north of Markounda. (OCHA)
  18. 18. Contact the Humanitarian Community Partnership Team CAR <ul><li>Mr Toby Lanzer </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Phone +236 56 10 26 | Email toby.lanzer@undp.org </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Ms Amanda Weyler </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Special Assistant to the Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Phone +236 56 27 44 | Email amanda.weyler@undp.org </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Mr Daniel Augstburger </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Head of OCHA </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Phone +236 03 18 25 | augstburger@un.org </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Mr Kersten Jauer </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Information Manager </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Phone +236 57 50 34 | kersten.jauer@undp.org </li></ul></ul>CONTACTS

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