Basic Needs & Response Analysis Framework Report Pilot Assessment In and Around Informal IDPs Settlements in Borno State, Nigeria – JUNE 2017
|Post date||Wednesday, 12 July, 2017 - 11:22|
|Document Type||Assessment Report|
|Content Themes||Needs Assessment|
|Sources||Save the Children, WFP|
The BNA in Nigeria identified Jere as the LGA where deprivation across all basic needs has the most serious or severe humanitarian consequences. Konduga and Maiduguri Metropolitan Council (MMC) were the next most affected. This situation was mostly due to lack of purchasing power and inadequate access to humanitarian assistance in Jere, and insecurity in Konduga.
• The highest proportion (25%) of people facing severe unmet needs was found in Konduga. In comparison, 21% of those interviewed in Jere were facing severe unmet needs and in MMC this fell to 5%. However, the largest proportion of households facing moderate needs is found in Jere (55%, compared to 41% in MMC and 39% in Konduga).
• The groups facing the most shortages across basic needs are IDP families in tents, followed by IDPs in collective centres, IDPs in host families and affected residents. IDPs in host families benefit from their host support and do not face the same level of expenditures when compared to IDPs in tents or in collective centres.