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14 Jun 2017 description

With the onset of the raining season in Borno State, varying degrees of damages are expected to infrastructures (self-made and constructed) in camps and camp-like settings, as the storms are more often than not accompanied by very high winds and have been known to cause serious damage to properties.

11 Jun 2017 description

This report is produced by OCHA in collaboration with humanitarian partners. It covers the period from 16 May to 31 May 2017. It does not include information on the operations of actors that are not part of the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP).

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06 Jun 2017 description

As an immediate response to a storm on 2 June 2017, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Nigeria carried out a rapid assessment of camps and camp-like settings in Jere, Kaga, Konduga and Maiduguri Metropolitan Council (MMC) between 2 and 3 June to assess the level of damage sustained to the structures.

Out of the 44 camps assessed, eight sustained damages of varying degrees, while the remaining were unaffected. One fatality was recorded in Bakasi Camp. In addition to the damage to the shelters, some parts of the camps were flooded.

30 May 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

Highlights

  • From 25 April to 15 May, IOM Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) has reported arrival of over 2,700 new IDPs in Bama, around a thousand in Gwoza and over a thousand in Monguno, Kala Balge and Chibok.

  • The IOM Emergency Tracking Tool (ETT) (9-15 May) reported the arrival of an estimated 2,411 new IDPs in Banki, over 1,600 new IDPs in Gwoza and over 2,000 IDPs left Gwoza, Chibok and Banki for Maiduguri.

29 May 2017 description

With the onset of the rainy season in Nigeria’s north-eastern State of Borno, varying degrees of damages are expected to infrastructures (self-made and constructed) in camps and camp-like settings, as the rains are more often than not accompanied by very high winds and have been known to cause serious damage to properties.

28 May 2017 description

Sites Affected JERE, KAGA, KONDUGA and Maidugri MC

With the onset of the rainy season in Nigeria’s north-eastern State of Borno, varying degrees of damages are expected to infrastructures (self-made and constructed) in camps and camp-like settings, as the rains are more often than not accompanied by very high winds and have been known to cause serious damage to properties.

24 May 2017 description

Highlights

  • With only 21 per cent of the funding needs met, aid partners continue to be severely constrained. The situation is increasingly concerning due to the imminence of the rainy and lean seasons.

  • Since its creation in February, the Nigeria Humanitarian Fund has raised close to US$24 million and held its first Advisory board meeting. A first round of allocations is expected in June.