Cameroon

14,500
families in Mayo-Sava, Mayo-Tsanaga and Logone-et-Chari departments received food
6,950
displaced families received essential household items
5,100
host or extremely vulnerable families received a total of 75 tonnes of seed and 250 tonnes of fertilizer
29
hospital staff were trained in the surgical treatment and care of bullet wounds
3,000
tracing requests from members of families separated by conflict are being processed, notably in the refugee camps in the East and Far North regions of Cameroon
26
children were reunited with their relatives, with the support of the region’s National Societies
5,500
detainees were visited by the ICRC, mainly in places of detention in the Far North and East regions and in Yaoundé
200
inmates of Yaoundé’s main prison received hygiene items and mosquito nets
222
people received first-aid training
1,400
members of the armed and security forces and the penitentiary police were familiarized with the rules of IHL and international human rights law and with the ICRC’s mandate
40
military judges attended an advanced IHL training seminar

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