Facts & figures
people who returned to their home villages in Casamance were supplied with the roofing materials they needed to rebuild 262 houses.
detainees received ICRC visits in five detention facilities in Casamance (in Ziguinchor, Bignona, Kolda, Sédhiou and Oussouye).
people had access to a better water supply after we built or repaired 15 village wells.
cattle, sheep and goats, belonging to 3,600 families, were treated for several major livestock diseases by 6 veterinary assistants supported by the ICRC.
families (i.e. 1,880 people) who returned to their home villages received 13,000 kg of corn, groundnut, cowpea and rice seed to grow decent crops and boost farming production.
families displaced by the conflict and now living in Ziguinchor received funds and training to set up businesses and earn a living