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Nord Kivu/ Le nombre de déplacés a baissé de 4/5 selon OCHA

Le nombre de personnes déplacées au Nord-Kivu a baissé d’environ quatre et demi pourcents à la fin du mois de janvier 2014, par rapport aux statistiques de novembre 2013. Révélation faite ce jeudi par OCHA dans son bulletin d’information humanitaire de chaque semaine. Selon ce rapport, de plus d’un million 123 mille personnes déplacées en novembre 2013, les statistiques en fin janvier 2014 révèlent un chiffre d’un peu plus d'un million seulement, soit une diminution de près de 50 000 personnes.

Cette diminution, selon OCHA, est consécutive aux mouvements de retour observés dans certaines zones. C’est notamment les territoires de Masisi, Walikale et Rutshuru où la situation sécuritaire s’est sensiblement améliorée. Le
site de Mugunga 3 a, à lui tout seul, enregistré une diminution de près de
40% de la population du camp, précise OCHA.

English translation by community member Zaha Abuelsamen

North Kivu / The number of displaced people fell to 4/5 according to OCHA

The number of displaced people in North Kivu has declined by about four and a half percent at the end of January 2014 in comparison to November 2013's statistics. This infromation was disclosed by OCHA on Thursday in its weekly humanitarian information bulletin. According to the report, there were more than one million and one hundered twenty three thousand displaced people in November 2013; however, the statistics at the end January 2014 reveal a figure of just over one million: a decrease of nearly 50,000 people.

This decrease, according to OCHA, is in response to return movements observed in some areas. This is particularly noticible in territories of Masisi, Walikale and Rutshuru where the security situation has improved significantly. the site of Mugunga 3 has, by itself, recorded a decrease of nearly 40% of the camp population, as stated by OCHA

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Translation

North Kivu / The number of displaced people fell to 4/5 according to OCHA

The number of displaced people in North Kivu has declined by about four and a half percent at the end of January 2014 in comparison to November 2013's statistics. This infromation was disclosed by OCHA on Thursday in its weekly humanitarian information bulletin. According to the report, there were more than one million and one hundered twenty three thousand displaced people in November 2013; however, the statistics at the end January 2014 reveal a figure of just over one million: a decrease of nearly 50,000 people.

This decrease, according to OCHA, is in response to return movements observed in some areas. This is particularly noticible in territories of Masisi, Walikale and Rutshuru where the security situation has improved significantly. the site of Mugunga 3 has, by itself, recorded a decrease of nearly 40% of the camp population, as stated by OCHA

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