Chad’s current crisis of internal displacement due to conflict is relatively new, dating back to 2006. From the beginning of 2006 to August 2007, approximately 180,000 people were displaced, most of whom were women and children.
01 December 2007 | Human Rights Mechanism
Over the last two years, an estimated 172,600 people have been internally displaced in the south-eastern regions of Chad bordering Sudan’s Darfur, including more than 120,000 within the last seven months. They have been displaced by a combination of armed conflict between the government and rebel groups, cross-border raids by militias from neighbouring Sudan, and increasing inter-communal violence.
11 July 2007 | Country Profile
01 July 2007 | Map
IDMC recommendations solutions for decades long crisis of forced displacement in East Chad caused by armed conflict, cross-border raids from neighbouring Sudan and spiralling inter-communal violence.
01 July 2007 | Publication