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Nigeria Situation

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35,200 Individuals
Réfugiés nigerians
Base Layer

Population


Réfugiés nigerians

187,126


Date de mise à jour 12 Aug 2016
Source - UNHCR

Personnes Déplacées au Nigeria

2,066,783


Date de mise à jour 30 Jun 2016

  Réfugiés nigerians


Country
Population estimée

 

114,048

Individus

Date de mise à jour 12 May 2016



 

65,741

Individus

Date de mise à jour 12 Aug 2016



 

7,337

Individus

Date de mise à jour 30 Jun 2016


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  Financement requis 2016

Total Appeal $198,764,278
Received to Date $30,684,355
Gap $168,079,923
Coverage 15%
Date de mise à jour 06 May 2016

  En Bref

WHO: Nigeria declares polio outbreak as a national public health emergency
25 Aug 2016
MSF fears famine in northeast Nigeria; calls for UN food pipeline
27 Jul 2016
Cameroon: More than ten people killed in a suicid attack by a member of the terrorist group Boko Haram on a mosque in Djanaka, Far North of Cameroon (Reuters)
30 Jun 2016
The severe acute malnutrition rate in Niger is at an alarming level of 15%. Especially the regions of Zinder, Diffa, Maradi and Dosso are concerned (UNICEF)
27 Jun 2016
Nigeria: 5,000 people, mostly women and children, were rescued from Boko Haram in Borno by the Nigerian Army (Al Jazeera)
26 Jun 2016

  Actualités

Polio: Cases in Nigeria: What’s the Outlook?
Polio Global Eradication Initiatives, 25 Aug 2016
Monday, August 22, 2016 Cases in Nigeria: What’s the Outlook? Interview with Michel Zaffran, Director of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative What are the implications of finding polio in Nigeria 2 years after the last case? The implications are that we were right to be cautious about thi...
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Nigeria declares polio outbreak as a national public health emergency
WHO, 25 Aug 2016
Abuja, 18 August 2016 - The Honourable Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole has declared the recent polio outbreak as a national public health emergency following the report of two (2) wild polio virus (WPV) cases in Gwoza and Jere local government areas (LGAs) of Borno state last week after ...
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Failure to help farmers in northeast Nigeria could open door to radicalisation: U.N.
REUTERS, 10 Aug 2016
ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Farmers in Nigeria's crisis-hit northeast urgently need help to start growing crops again, the U.N. food agency said on Tuesday, warning that a failure to get people back on their feet could open the door to radicalisation. An insurgency by Boko Haram militants...
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Feature Aid and Policy “The new terrible” Lake Chad region in desperate need
IRIN, 04 Aug 2016
A deepening but often overlooked humanitarian crisis in West Africa’s Lake Chad region has been described “as the new terrible” by the UN’s top relief official, Stephen O’Brien. Of the region’s 20 million people, 9.2 million are now in need of life-saving assistance, while severe acut...
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244,000 hungry children The Boko Haram insurgency has led to a food crisis the extent of which is only now being uncovered
IRIN, 04 Aug 2016
After his father, a welder from Bama, died in a camp for internally displaced people in Nigeria’s northeastern city of Maiduguri, 17-year-old Dauda began to cater for the two wives and eight other children who had survived him. Aided by the little money donated by one of the locals bringing food t...
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