Nigeria

To reduce the impact of the most critical risks facing IDPs in GGASS camp in Mafa, through rapid emergency response and mitigation mechanisms

Nigeria Emergencies and disaster resilience
August 2019
April 2020

The project aims to reduce the impact of the most critical risks facing IDPs in GGASS Camp in Mafa, Borno State, through rapid emergency response and mitigation mechanisms. Activities will be implemented through CCCM mechanisms, for improved access to services, rapid response in emergency events, and increased protection against sanitation and public health risks, benefitting all IDP residents of the camp. The activity will be implemented from 01 August 2019 to 30 April 2019, with an overall budget of 300,000 EUR.

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Unconditional Food Assistance and Nutrition Assistance in the Northeast region

To reduce the impact of the most critical risks facing IDPs in GGASS camp in Mafa, through rapid emergency response and mitigation mechanisms

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