Cameroon sits at the nexus of three parallel regional and domestic crises that have triggered a marked deterioration in socio-economic and security conditions throughout the country.
Refugees, internally displaced people, and host communities are experiencing increasing food insecurity, exposure to protection risks, and general strain on resources and infrastructure.
Core sectors Cameroon
Source: | DRC Foresight
Why we are there
DRC has been present in Cameroon since 2017, implementing humanitarian response programming with Central African refugees and Cameroonian host communities in the Adamawa and East Regions, and with internally displaced Cameroonians and host families in the Southwest Region.
What we do
DRC’s interventions focus on provision of emergency food, shelter and essential non-food items; protection services (including psychosocial support and rights counselling); community development; and income generation activities.
Working in collaboration with
Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations
The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation
Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance
The Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration
Executive Director West & North Africa and Latin America