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Nigeria: PSWG Protection – Monthly Update, January – December 2020

Country: Nigeria
Sources: UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Protection Cluster

Please refer to the attached Infographic.

The conflict in the BAY states is first and foremost a protection crisis and the Protection Sector response aims to provide an environment where IDPs, returnees and host communities can enjoy their rights and are enabled to re-establish their lives through child protection, gender-based violence, mine action and housing land and properties. The sector targeted 2.5 million people comprising of internally displaced persons (IDPs), IDPs and Refugee Returnees, and Host Communities, initially the sector had a financial requirement of $82.5M to implement 76 projects this was reviewed upward to $96M to cover for new needs resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. As of ending October, the sector has reached 1.7 million of the people targeted with different humanitarian assistance, this includes 1,400,000 through General Protection activities, 446,000 through Child Protection activites, 775,000 with Gender Based Violence activities, 139,000 with Mine Action activites and 28,000 through Housing Land and Property activities. Funding remains a challenge, as of ending December the sector is funded at sixteen percent

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