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June 2022

The Shelter/NFI and CCCM sector in the reporting month of June initiated series of advocacies through its CCCM partners and government counterparts (NEMA and SEMA) on the need to scale up on the shelter intervention which includes the repair and construction of more shelters to accommodate 5,165 Internally displaced population who are sleeping outside without shelter, and 14,120 in reception centres plus the new arrivals.

  • 15 partners
  • $59.3 M (2%) required (funded)
  • 2.9 M / 1.7 M / 48 490 people in need / targeted / reached(HH)

March 2022

During the first quarter of 2022, the sector through its shelter and NFI partners was able to reach 6,295 HHs with NFI kits; 1,838 HHs with emergency shelter solutions; and 1,565 HHs with transitional shelter solutions.

  • 15 partners
  • $59.3 M (2%) required (funded)
  • 2.9 M / 1.7 M / 48 490 people in need / targeted / reached(HH)

November 2021

Shelter sector through it partners provided assistance to vulnerable people in need, reaching out a total of 509,470 IDPs, returnees and vulnerable host community members to date, through 15 of its active Shelter and NFI Partners who were working to provide the response. A total of 300,670 individuals have been assisted with NFIs, 154,405 with ESKs, 21,158 with transitional shelters including repairs and 2,230 with cash assistance for rental subsidies.

  • 15 partners
  • $63.9 M (11%) required (funded)
  • 2.3 M / 1.4 M / 0.5 M people in need / targeted / reached(HH)

October 2021

The reporting month of October 2021 experienced a decrease in movement 7,787 Individuals (IND) as compared to September 12,336 IND resulting from increased security situation and improved poor living conditions in Northeast Nigeria. The sector recorded arrivals of 6,404 IND and Departures 1,383 IND of the population across BAY State in October 2021.

  • 15 partners
  • $63.9 M (11%) required (funded)
  • 2.3 M / 1.4 M / 0.5 M people in need / targeted / reached(HH)

September 2021

The reporting month of September 2021 experienced an increase in movement 12,336 Individuals (IND) as compared to August 7,520 IND resulting from decreased security situation in the Northeast Nigeria. The sector recorded arrivals 10,285 IND and Departures 2,051 IND of the population across BAY State in September 2021. The highest arrival was into Bama LGA with 6,441 IND and Gwoza LGA recorded the second highest number of arrivals with 610 IND.Within the reporting period, little rain was recorded.

  • 15 partners
  • $63.9 M (8%) required (funded)
  • 2.3 M / 1.4 M / 0.4 M people in need / targeted / reached(HH)

August 2021

The reporting month of July 2021 experienced an increase in movement (19,181 Individuals IND)compared to June (8,248 IND) resulting from the security situation instability and natural disaster like floods in Northeast Nigeria. The Sector recorded Arrivals 11,886 IND and Departures 7,295 IND of the population across BAY State. The highest arrival was in Hong with 3,455 IND and Gombi LGA recorded the second-highest number of arrivals with 1,295 IND in Adamawa.

  • 15 partners
  • $63.9 M (8%) required (funded)
  • 2.3 M / 1.4 M / 0.3 M people in need / targeted / reached

June 2021

The reporting period saw a continued displacement of persons in the BAY states. A total of 16,716 individuals (ind), with Askira/Uba (1,715 ind), Gombi (1,634 ind), Hong (1,074 ind) and Michika (1,074 ind) LGAs recording the highest number of arrivals. Additionally, major arrivals were also recorded in Lamurde (899 ind), Girei (795 ind), Mubi South (715 ind), Mubi North (713 ind), Bama (577 ind), Mobbar (492 ind) , Maiha (481 ind), Song (440 ind), Demsa (390 ind) and Yola South (321 ind) LGA.  The sector partners provided 55,335 HHs with Shelter and NFI solutions.

  • 12 partners
  • $63.9 M (8%) required (funded)
  • 2.5 M / 1.5 M / 0.3 M people in need / targeted / reached

May 2021

During the reporting period of May 2021, shelter is among the top priority need in camps, camps like setting and host community across Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe states. According to the site tracker and DTM data, 1,117,340 HH are in dire need of shelter and NFI assistance mainly due to inadequate shelter conditions, overcrowding, and economic hardship. Those people particular in need of shelter and NFI assistance includes Internally displaced persons (newly displaced and protracted), returnees, and vulnerable host community hosting IDPs.

  • 17 partners
  • $63.9 M (0%) required (funded)
  • 2.4 M / 1.4 M / 66 705 people in need / targeted / reached(HH)

April 2021

Shelter needs of around 61,350 individuals were addressed over the months with activities including emergency shelters, transitional and shelter rehabilitation. Of those, 33,470 individuals were assisted with emergency shelter solutions, 2,640 individuals were supported with transitional shelters and a  further 2,350 had their permanent structures rehabilitated and 37,570 respectively. 22,890 received Non Food Item Kits both in kind or voucher across the BAY states. 

  • 17 partners
  • $63.9 M (0%) required (funded)
  • 2.4 M / 1.4 M / 61 350 people in need / targeted / reached

March 2020

Shelter needs of around 56,750 individuals were addressed over the months with activities including emergency shelters and shelter rehabilitation. Of those, 13,195 individuals were assisted with emergency shelter (Bama), 4,608 individuals were supported with rehabilitation of damaged permanent structure and 37,570 respectively with emergency shelter kits (ESK) across BAY states. 

  • 15 partners
  • $65.6 M (0%) required (funded)
  • 2.6 M / 1.0 M / 56 750 people in need / targeted / reached