CERF-funded Project

Nigeria

Improving the living conditions of displaced populations in north-east Nigeria through Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) and Shelter assistance. (20-UF-IOM-028)

Project overview

The main objective of this project is to provide life-saving shelter, essential household item, and camp coordination assistance to vulnerable communities in Adamawa and Borno states. This IOM project supports the decongestion in Pulka town, providers materials to construct new shelters for internally-displaced people, constructs latrines and showers, distributes essential household item kits to resettled families, renovates two reception facilities, provides camp/site management support in 9 camps, raises awareness about COVID-19, and establishes 4 temporary community outreach centres. The camp management component of the project provides life-saving assistance to 143,000 people, including 31,600 women, 12,240 men, 89,900 children, and 2,200 people with disabilities. The shelter component provides life-saving assistance to 16,500 people, including 3,500 women, 2,500 men, 10,500 children and 800 people with disabilities.

Sector Amount in US$
Camp Coordination and Camp Management US$624,000
Shelter and Non-Food Items US$1,776,000