CERF-funded Project

Niger

Réponse d’urgence multisectorielle en Nutrition, Education, Protection de l’Enfance et WASH en faveur des populations déplacées, des populations hôtes et des couples mère-enfants malnutris dans les régions de Tahoua, Tillabéri et Zinder (20-UF-CEF-024)

Project overview

The main objective of this project is to contribute to improving access to basic social services and child protection through a multisectoral education, WASH, nutrition, child protection response for displaced persons and host populations in the Tillabéry, Zinder and Tahoua regions. This UNICEF project provides, among other things, the extension of a drinking water supply system with the connection of a primary school to serve 1,585 people; construction of 50 latrines and awareness of hygiene practices; rehabilitation of WASH infrastructure and the provision of hygiene measures in Integrated health centers and schools; establishment of 34 community mechanisms and strengthening of 74 community-based child protection mechanisms to address child protection risks and support community response; facilitate access to education and child protection services in targeted districts and also improve child protection mechanisms and services among 18,073 internally displaced children and host communities; and provide treatment of severe malnutrition and ensure monitoring of active screening and awareness raising on essential family practices and childhood illnesses. 119,550 people will be targeted with lifesaving WASH assistance; 28,020 with child protection services; 20,027 with nutrition assistance; and 6,360 people with education support.

Sector Amount in US$
Nutrition US$550,082
Education US$550,082
Protection US$550,082
Water and Sanitation US$550,082