NORTHEAST NIGERIA JOINT LIVELIHOOD AND MARKET RECOVERY ASSESSMENT
|Post date||Sunday, 12 November, 2017 - 09:52|
|Document Type||Report, Assessment Report|
|Content Themes||Response type, Development, Emergency Response, Agriculture, Early Recovery, Livestock, Livelihoods|
After several years of conflict, Northeast (NE) Nigeria seems to be turning a corner. Although there are still significant pockets of insecurity and areas where infrastructure is severely damaged, trade relationships remain relatively strong and provide an important foundation for recovery. During this assessment, which took place from January to August 2017, over 2,907 individuals were interviewed in order to understand the opportunities and constraints to agricultural production, examine market dynamics, and to determine opportunities for aid to more effectively support early recovery efforts.
This report is organized into five categories of constraints: restricted movement of goods and people;
2) restrictions on marketplaces and economic activity
3) limited access to inputs and extension-related services
4) limited access to financial services
5) The e
1) ffect of aid on markets. There is also a section on cross-cutting issues. At the end of each section there is a response options table that provides recommendations and different options for each constraint.