CERF-funded Project

Nigeria

Protection and Multi-sectoral Assistance to IDPs through Shelter, CCCM and Core-relief Items (20-UF-HCR-029)

Project overview

The main objective of this project is to provide life-saving protection, emergency shelter and household item, and camp coordination/management assistance to vulnerable displaced people in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states. This UNHCR project supports the decongestion of camps in Pulka through site planning, the provision of Dilwa-type shelters, and the repair of emergency shelters; facilitates protection monitoring; and supports the coordination and management of out-of-camp displaced people in 4 local government areas. The protection component of this project provides life-saving assistance to 300,000 people, including 69,000 women, 66,000 men, 165,000 children, and 33,900 people with disabilities. The camp coordination/management component of this project provides life-saving assistance to 124,000 people, including 28,000 women, 27,000 men, 69,000 children, and 14,000 people with disabilities. The emergency shelter and household item component of this project provides life-saving assistance to 7,500 people, including 1,725 women, 1,650 men, 4,125 children, and 850 people with disabilities.

Sector Amount in US$
Protection US$1,216,000
Shelter and Non-Food Items US$1,938,000
Camp Coordination and Camp Management US$646,000