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SALIENT HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATION as a national partner in the CCCM/SHELTER/NFI cluster is giving support to the NATIONAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (NEMA ) and STATE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (SEMA) by providing Camp Coordination and Camp Management services to the population affected by the ongoing conflict at North-eastern parts of Nigeria particularly Borno state. Implementing for NHF; we render equitable access to interventions;
protection and basic services to the affected population.
The project started 9 months ago, with the target number of 20,000 individuals and we have currently reached and registered 44,153 individuals with our CCCM activities which includes; training and initiation of site committees and the local governing bodies; site maintenance of physical structures in all our camps and camp-like settings; coordination and collaboration of intra and inter-agencies mechanisms in our sites as provision of services is concerned;
establishment of complaints feedback mechanisms to enable and strengthen accountability to the affected population.
“SALIENT HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATION as a national partner in the CCCM/SHELTER/NFI cluster is giving support to (NEMA ) and (SEMA) by providing Camp Coordination and Camp Management services to the population affected by the ongoing conflict at North-eastern parts of Nigeria particularly Borno state.”
“We registered more than 900HHs new arrivals from various nearby villages that are still experiencing attacks by the insurgents; rapid NFI response was made by our team to meet the needs of 300HHs and the others were advocated for adequately.”
“ Salient also identified more than 1000 shelters to be either partially damaged or completely damaged due to flood or long time usage; we were able to provide improved living spaces, essential household needs and rehabilitation of some these gaps according to our capacity to respond.”