CRISE HUMANITAIRE: DEPLACES & REFUGIES

La crise ivoirienne continue. Le nombre de victimes et l’ampleur des dégâts sont devenus incalculables. Même si elle se focalise sur l’ouest ivoirien, cette carte nous donne une idée de la crise humanitaire qui découle de l’imbroglio politique. A ce jour, le nombre des refugiés et des déplacés dépasse le quart de million. En dehors d’Abidjan, le Liberia est la zone qui a accueilli le plus grand nombre de refugiés. On compte aussi des refugiés ivoiriens en Guinée et au Mali.

The crisis in the Ivory Coast drags on. The number of victims and the extent of the damages have become incalculable. Even if it is focused on western Ivory Coast, the following map gives us an idea of the humanitarian crisis which has resulted from the political imbroglio. Today, the number of refugees and internally displaced people exceeds the quarter of million. Apart from Abidjan, Liberia is the zone which has accommodated the greatest number of refugees. Ivorian refugees are also found in Guinea as well as in Mali.

About A.B. BAMBA

I have a Ph.D. in history and a certificate in G.I.S.
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