Priority areas include emergency health and nutrition services, water and sanitation facilities, access to education, and improvements in basic living conditions.
People affected by the cyclone in Socotra and Al-Mahrah need non-food items, food baskets, shelters, drinking water, medical supply and first aid kits.
The provision of critical health information is part of WHO’s comprehensive strategy for improving health behavioral self-efficacy among populations affected by the humanitarian emergencies in Nigeria.
The intensified conflict across many parts of the country exacerbates the effects of the drought and has limited the communities’ access to markets. More than 21,000 people have migrated due to the drought.