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Profile of Internal Displacement: Bangladesh

Large numbers of people have been internally displaced in Bangladesh due to conflict and religious persecution.

25 February 2005 | Country Profile

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Profile of Internal Displacement: Azerbaijan

Eleven years after the signing of a ceasefire, the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia over Nagorno- Karabakh remains unresolved and prospects are still bleak for the return of some 575,000 Azeris who were displaced in the early 1990s from the disputed region and surrounding districts occupied by Armenian forces. The majority of the displaced continue to live in precarious conditions.

25 February 2005 | Country Profile

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Uganda: Profile of Internal displacement (February 2005)

Increased international attention has yet to produce signs of an end to one of the world’s most brutal humanitarian crises, which has displaced 1.6 million people in northern Uganda. The rebellion by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), which kidnaps children, brutalises them, and sends them out to slaughter their friends and relatives, has been going on for 18 years. Some 28,000 children have been abducted, nearly half of them in the two years up to May 2004.

24 February 2005 | Country Profile

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Uganda: Profile of Internal displacement (February 2005)

The ongoing peace talks between the government and the rebel group, Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), have revived cautious hopes that the plight of the internally displaced people (IDPs) in northern Uganda may finally be eased. While the official number of IDPs has decreased slightly from 1.6 million in June 2004 to around 1.4 million in February 2005, the real number could be more than 2 million as hundreds of thousands of IDPs live with relatives or in camps not yet fully recognised by the government. IDPs living outside official camps have not been registered and do not benefit from UN food assistance.

24 February 2005 | Country Profile

Guinea: Internal displacement in brief

With the return and integration of the majority of people internally displaced following armed incursions from neighbouring Liberia and Sierra Leone in 2000/2001, the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre is no longer actively monitoring the situation in Guinea

17 February 2005 | Summary

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Senegal: Peace accord brings new hope for Casamance IDPs

For thousands of internally displaced people (IDPs) in Senegal, 2004 ended with a note of optimism after the signing on 30 December of a peace accord between the Senegalese government and the Casamance separatist rebel group Mouvement des forces démocratiques de Casamance (MFDC).

17 February 2005 | Overview

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Profile of Internal Displacement: Burundi (February 2005)

Since the early 1990s, hundreds of thousands of Burundians have fled their homes to escape fighting between the government and Hutu rebel groups seeking to put an end to the political dominance of the Tutsi minority.

15 February 2005 | Country Profile

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Profile of Internal Displacement: Philippines (February 2005)

It has now been almost two years since more than 400,000 civilians in the Philippines were forced to leave their homes and livelihoods, once again displaced by fighting between government security forces and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) on the southern island of Mindanao.

11 February 2005 | Country Profile

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Philippines: As stability is returning to Mindanao, IDPs need assistance to restart their lives

It has now been almost two years since more than 400,000 civilians in the Philippines were forced to leave their homes and livelihoods, once again displaced by fighting between government security forces and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) on the southern island of Mindanao.

11 February 2005 | Overview

Appeal 2005 and Future Strategy

IDMC’s (formerly, the Global IDP Project) Appeal for the year 2005.

01 February 2005 | Publication

Internal Displacement in Nigeria: A Hidden Crisis

IDMC report outlines key recommendations for humanitarian aid and protection for Nigeria's hidden crisis of internally displaced people.

01 February 2005 | Publication

Activity Report 2004

IDMC’s (formerly, the Global IDP Project) Activity Report for the year 2004.

01 February 2005 | Publication

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Profile of Internal Displacement: Nigeria

While ethno-religious conflict is endemic in Nigeria – with at least 10,000 people killed and an estimated 800,000 internally displaced since military rule ended in 1999 – the past year has witnessed an alarming upsurge in the level of violence and its impact on civilians.

01 February 2005 | Country Profile

Guinea’s forgotten internal displacement crisis

IDMC outlines key recommendations for durable solutions to the long term suffering of Guinea's internally displaced people.

01 February 2005 | Publication

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Internal displacement in Nigeria: a hidden crisis

While ethno-religious conflict is endemic in Nigeria – with at least 10,000 people killed and an estimated 800,000 internally displaced since military rule ended in 1999 – the past year has witnessed an alarming upsurge in the level of violence and its impact on civilians.

01 February 2005 | Country Profile

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Bangladesh: Tens of thousands remain internally displaced and unassisted

Large numbers of people have been internally displaced in Bangladesh due to conflict and religious persecution.

21 January 2005 | Overview

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