The Democratic Republic of Congo has been plagued by a complex humanitarian crisis marked by localized violence and ethnic conflict. In 2019, an estimate of 12.8 million people were in need of humanitarian assistance − approximately 13% of the country’s population. REACH currently supports humanitarian actors in strengthen assessment activities and has also provided critical humanitarian information to response planners since first being deployed to the country.
DRC- Humanitarian Situation Monitoring in South Kivu, North Kivu Tanganyika
DRC - Evaluation multisectorielle des besoins (MSNA) dans les provinces du Sud-Kivu et du Tanganyika
DRC- Rapid Market Assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on Local Markets in eastern DRC
DRC - Emergency Response Mechanism Second Pilot Evaluation in South Kivu