CCCM Adamawa Multi Sector Tracker weekly report - 21 to 27 August 2017 (Week 34)
|Post date||Friday, 8 September, 2017 - 14:43|
|Document Type||Data/Statistics, Map|
|Content Themes||Response Maps, Emergency Response, Emergency type|
|Sources||International Organization for Migration (IOM)|
The site tracker is a weekly gap analysis and monitoring of services tool used by the site facilitators and site management agencies, in support of the Government camp management agencies and in areas with no camp managers, to identify and refer gaps in delivery and assistance in IDP sites. It enables stakeholders to track activities and avoid duplication of efforts, in support of the sectors as a basis of follow-up on quality of services delivered. It contributes to speed up the time of response by concerned partners and avoid unnecessary delays.
As of August 2017, over 96 camps are covered in Borno and Adamawa by the IOM site facilitators in support of the Government Site Managers, either dedicated or mobile team, to strengthen camp management mechanisms and coordination of delivery. The areas and sites covered are located in the following LGAs: Girei,Yola South, Yola North and Fufore.
The report must not be misconstrued to represent the situation of all IDP camps in North-eastern Nigeria and covers only the sites in review during the week.