UNICEF Niger response for displaced children and
women from North-East Nigeria
Situation of displaced people in Diffa region in numbers
119,800
83,850
DISPLACED PEOPLE FROM NIGERIA
REGISTERED AT THEIR ARRIVAL IN NIGER
(SOURCE: GOVERNMENT, NOVEMBER 2014)
INCLUDING
CHILDREN AND WOMEN DISPLACED
FROM NIGERIA (PROXY INDICATOR ,
BOSSANGOA
DECEMBER 2014)
237
>144
UNICEF Mobilization
CHOLERA CASES REGISTERED (SOURCE:
DRSP, LATEST DATA AVAILABLE 6 NOV 2014)
SITES WHERE DISPLACED PEOPLE FOUND
REFUGE (SITES REPRESENTED IN ORANGE ON THE MAP)
$1.8 MILLION MOBILIZED FOR DIFFA REGION OUT OF $4.1 MILLION REQUIRED TO COVER THE NEEDS
UNTIL END OF 2014 (AS PER UNICEF REQUIREMENTS IN UNHCR REGIONAL SUPPLEMENTARY APPEAL FOR NIGERIA CRISIS –
SEPTEMBER 2014).
UNICEF funding requirements in USD (as of 1 December 2014)
C4D
EDUCATION
HEALTH/HIV
PROTECTION
NUTRITION
WASH
0
200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000
Mobilized Funds
Funding Gaps
HUMAN RESOURCES: SCALING UP OF UNICEF PRESENCE IN THE FIELD
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One UNICEF focal point in Diffa since 2013 in
charge of monitoring UNICEF emergency
response at sub-national level .
HR support from out of Maradi Zonal Office in
Health & Nutrition.
Support of the Swiss Development cooperation
for deployment of WASH expert in Diffa.
Ongoing recruitment for Education/Protection
expert for Diffa team.
Planned capacity building of government
counterparts in management of supplies.
• 1 UNICEF focal point in Diffa since 2013 in
Sub working
led by the Government
and supported
charge groups
of monitoring
UNICEF emergency
by UNICEF
and
other
partners
at
regional
level:
response at regional level.
• • On-going
of 2 additional staff
WASHrecruitment
sub working group
(Education/Protection
officer
and Multisectoral
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Protection sub working group
Officer)
and possible
support
of the
• project
Health
and Nutrition
sub working
group
Swiss cooperation to deploy a WASH expert at
field level.
SUPPLIES
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Distribution of approximately 200,000 USD worth of WATSAN, NFIs and Shelters supplies started on 28 November and will target
3,000 households. Displaced people from Damassak (14,800 persons as of 28 November) who found refuge in Niger since 24
November will be prioritized.
Cholera supplies including PUR, Aquatabs and soap have been distributed to approximately 2,800 households.
Additional cholera supplies ( worth 193,000 USD) including sensitization material are being distributed, in collaboration with IEDA
Relief, to address the needs of 10,775 people located in cholera-prone areas.
Therapeutic feeding supplies have been prepositioned in Diffa in order to ensure the treatment of an additional 3,000 children
under 5 suffering from severe acute malnutrition.
68 schools-in-a-box have been sent to Diffa in order to improve access to education for 3,000 displaced children already enrolled
into existing schools.
From 24 to 28 November, IRC distributed clothes prepositioned in Diffa by UNICEF and covered an approximate 5000 children.
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Results for displaced people from Nigeria
NUTRITION
11,950
Children under 5 with severe acute
malnutrition (SAM) treated since the
beginning of the year in Diffa region
CHILD PROTECTION
1,219
148
Children with severe acute malnutrition
(SAM) with complications treated in
inpatient facilities in Diffa, N’guigmi and
Maine Soroa
Health workers and NGO workers
trained in Infant and Young Child
Feeding (IYCF) between May and August
2014 and placed in 50 health centres in
Diffa region
5,000
5,200
Children benefitting from
psychosocial support through a
mobile team
HEALTH & HIV/AIDS
Children targeted by the distribution of
clothes organized in collaboration with
IRC from 24 until 28 November 2014
105,000
2,613
Children aged 9 months-14 years will be
vaccinated against measles (including in
host communities – planned from 4th
December 2014 onwards)
Displaced children aged 0-59
months vaccinated against polio
(Sept 2014)
WASH
2,800
2,000
Households have access to potable water
in cholera-prone villages (Oct 2014).
Water kits prepositioned in Diffa to cover
10,775 additional households targeted
the basic needs of 2,000 families. In
with cholera sensitization and
addition, UNICEF prepositioned shelters
distribution of water purification tabs
for 3,000 households. Distribution on(host and displaced communities).
going.
EDUCATION
68
14
Semi permanent classrooms in the process of Schools-in-a-box used to ensure quality
being established to strengthen the
capacities of 10 schools integrating 3,017
displaced and host community children
2
Emergency health kits (drugs and
equipment) delivered to the Public Health
Regional Directorate to cover the needs of
20,000 people for 3 months ( end of Nov
2014)
200
Squatting plates have been
prepositioned in Diffa to ensure
access to latrines for 4,000 people
(Oct 2014)
13
Schools integrating displaced children
education for 3,017 displaced children and and young people benefiting from
children from host communities at primary peacebuilding activities (among the
10 schools targeted to be
level (Oct 2014)
strengthened)
UNICEF response to date
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From 24 to 27 November, at least 14,800 displaced people have found refuge in Diffa following Damassak attacks (Northern Nigeria). They
have been relocalised in Gagamari ( Diffa region). Unicef is providing additionnal NFIs to cover their urgent needs.
From 26 to 29 November, a UNOWA ( United Nations Office for West Africa) mission visited Diffa region to assess the impacts of the
insecurity situation due to insurgents’ attacks in Northern Nigeria. Refugees’ and Returnees’ official registration process by national
authorities still to be conducted.
UNICEF Protection and WASH field mission planned respectively on 1st and 10 th of December to assess the situation in Diffa, and
particularly in Gagamari site and identify partnerships .
UNICEF will implement mobile clinics in Diffa and N’guigmi departments to ensure health access in the most remote and vulnerable
locations where displaced sites are located. The project is targeting 253,349 persons and should start off on the the 4 December. This
activity will complement ongoing action by other partners including Save.
UNICEF just renewed its agreement with its partners COOPI to expand psychosocial support activities held in Diffa for 9,750 children
including 5,143 girls through mobile activities with a special geographic focus on the Lake Chad Islands.
UNICEF and UNHCR, jointly with the other partners, are developing Standard Operational Procedures for unaccompanied and separated
children.
IEDA Relief began its programme of cholera prevention. Despite efforts the epidemic is ongoing. UNICEF is requesting support from the
CERF Secretariat. UNICEF Communication for Development section supported the development of radio messages broadcasted on local
radios in 6 languages as well as the dissemination of video spots through the Cinema Numérique Ambulant.
UNICEF trained 2 people from Diffa Heath District on nutritional surveillance to reinforce the regional early warning system.
In order to ensure access to quality primary education for displaced communities, UNICEF in collaboration with COOPI identified 10 schools
that are integrating displaced children. UNICEF is strengthening their capacities by building additional classrooms, training teachers, and
providing additional educational supplies for teachers and children. Identified schools are also benefitting from the support of a
peacebuilding programme implemented by Search for Common Ground and a hygiene promotion programme implemented by IEDA Relief.
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