Nigeria: 2019-2021 Humanitarian Response Strategy (January 2019 - December 2021) - Full version and Summary
|Post date||Wednesday, 30 January, 2019 - 16:26|
|Document Type||Strategic Response Plan|
|Content Themes||Humanitarian Response Planning, Food Security|
|Sources||Food Security Sector, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)|
The 2019-2021 Humanitarian Response Strategy for Borno, Adamawa and Yobe states has been launched on 29 January, with a one-year plan targeting 6.2 million of the most vulnerable people for humanitarian assistance. The financial appeal for 2019 is $848 million, based on assessed needs and the realistic capacity to implement. It is the first multi-year approach of its kind in Nigeria with three overarching strategic objectives to:
1. Save lives by providing timely and integrated multi-sector assistance and protection interventions to the most vulnerable;
2. Enhance timely, unhindered and equitable access to multi-sector assistance and protection interventions through principled humanitarian action; and
3. Strengthen the resilience of affected populations, promote early recovery and voluntary and safe durable solutions to displacement and support social cohesion.
For the FSS section, please refer to p.24-26. In 2019, the financial appeal for Food Security Sector is $263.3 million with 2.7 million people targeted.
Please see both the full version and the summary below.