Northeast Nigeria - Camp Management Bi-weekly Tracker Report, Report: No. 07 | 01-14 February 2020

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The key highlights of the reporting period reflect the high rate of influx and an increase in fire outbreak across different locations. Despite much efforts to mitigate the adverse effect of the harmattan by the CCCM actors, Monguno LGA witnessed major fire outbreak which affected 100HH across 3 camps; Stadium camp [58HH], GSSSS camp [24HH] and NRC 1&2 Camp [18HH] while in Maiduguri, 3 HH were affected in 2 informal camps; Madinatu camp [2HH] and Dogon Itace [1HH]. Mitigation measures were strengthened while rapid advocacy and response towards the affected population were carried out simultaneously.

The hotspots of influx within the reporting period are Ngala and MMC which has further led to the congestion of the Reception Center in Ngala and NYSC camp in Maiduguri with over 300HH of arrivals in Maiduguri. The challenges faced by the newly displaced population include lack of Non-Food Items (NFIs) and limited space for shelter construction. The State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) was able to relocate 200HH to Dalori I camp in Konduga LGA and plans to subsequently relocate the others after the screening process is completed

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