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Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

Linking Relief, Rehabilitation and Development and promoting the stability and safety of communities in displacement in North East Nigeria

The overall objective of this programme is to promote stability and resilience among people affected by conflict and displacement in north-east Nigeria. The programme will help improve access to basic services for vulnerable people affected by displacements, boost socio-economic recovery and ensure sustainable livelihoods for displaced persons, host communities and returnees, focusing in particular on the needs of young people to reduce the risks of crime and radicalisation, and improve community safety and conflict mediation. The activities will be implemented in the states of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa.

Main objectives

Promote stability and resilience among those affected by conflict and displacement in North East Nigeria.

1- Improve access to basic services for vulnerable individuals affected by displacement.

2- Strengthen socio-economic recovery and sustainable livelihoods for IDPs, host communities and returnees, with a particular focus on addressing the needs of youth at risk of criminality and radicalisation.

3- Enhance community safety and conflict mediation and resolution capacity.


International Rescue Committee

EUR 4 000 000

Multi-sector support to the displaced in Adamawa and Borno States

Norwegian Refugee Council

EUR 2 123 000

Promoting Resilience and Peaceful Coexistence Among Displacement Affected Communities in Northeast Nigeria

Danish Refugee Council

EUR 5 500 000

Promoting Stability in Nigeria’s Northeast

Action Fiche

2 MARCH 2023
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Region and Country
Sahel & Lake Chad
Strengthening resilience of communities
Norwegian Refugee CouncilDanish Refugee CouncilInternational Rescue Committee

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