Nigeria: Shelter/CCCM(DMS) - Monthly Factsheet - June 2018

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2018 Response Highlights

  • 22,436 households have received emergency shelters solution while 7,895 households received reinforced/transitional shelters solutions.

  • 29,641 households reached through improved, basic and complimentary NFI Kits including core relief items.

  • 343,729 individuals have been biometrically registered since January 2018

  • 2,197 households and 3,501 households have been reached through Cash/Voucher for Shelter/Rental and NFI respectively.

June 2018 Overview:

Recent figures on displacement monitoring in the Northeast Nigeria shows that there are 262 IDP camps in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe State hosting 744,769 individuals and 151,451 households which is over 30% of the entire displaced population (DTM Round 23). Accumulated weekly monitoring done for the month of June 2018, show that various locations received a total of 18,053 arrivals while there were 4,371 departures. The highest arrival movements were recorded in Bama (3,827), Gwoza (2,216), Biu (1,557), Dikwa (1,244), Askira/Uba (778), Konduga (685), Ngala (643), Mafa (581), and Mobbar (556). Highest departure movements where recorded in Adamawa State in Demsa (523), Madagali (441), Fufore (329), Mubi North (174), Yola North (111). Refugee population returning into Nigeria in June were 1,574 people from Cameroun and 573 from Niger Republic. Notably, 84% of individuals involved in these movements are IDPs while 16% are returnees. Movement triggers such as poor living conditions, voluntary relocation, and military operations account for Over 70% these spontaneous movements in June.


Ability to secure viable land to construct shelters in view to accommodate and decongest camps and reception centers poses a great challenge in providing dignified shelter support to vulnerably displaced families. Recent analysis by the sector highlights the need for 605 hectares of land across areas and sites identified to be critically congested. The sector is continuously advocating for and collaborating with the government, partners and key stakeholders to swiftly tackle these challenges.

The sector has been working on strengthening the modalities and strategies of the reception management across nine (9) priority locations; with Monguno, Rann, Mafa, Bama, and Jere having completed while Dikwa and Nganzai are ongoing with hopes of completion in the month of July. Only Pulka and Bama is functioning but still portrays the need of partner’s commitment to deliver essential reception management services. The reception facilities to have communal food preparation site built, dedicated reception managers in priority locations Monguno, Dikwa, Pulka and Ngala. Great efforts will be made to ensure new arrivals are relocated to shelters, if not relocated within 5 days, they will be provided general food ration on a pro-rated basis.

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