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2019

Humanitarian assistance in shelter and NFI to armed crisis affected population in the regions of Tahoua and Tillabéry, Niger

Niger

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Titre : Humanitarian assistance in shelter and NFI to armed crisis affected population in the regions of Tahoua and Tillabéry, Niger

Pays /Région : Niger
Localisation : * Tahoua Tassara Tillia * Tillabery Bankillare Bani Bangou Abala Ayerou Ouallam Say Torodi

Code projet : HNER19-1-154584-1

Durée : 01/01/2019 — 31/12/2019

Contexte
In the regions of Tahoua and Tillabéry the support proposed for both is shelters coupled with NFI kits, given the nature of the crisis and the context. Indeed, insecurity in both regions is becoming more and more important and makes access to populations difficult in addition to the mobility of the population, which is mostly nomadic. IOM plans to distribute 1,000 emergency shelters and1,000 NFI kits in total for both regions.

Résumé
IOM aims at ensuring the continuity of shelter and Non-Food Items (NFIs) provision for the population affected by armed crisis in Niger in the regions of Tahoua and Tillabéry. The population targeted by this assistance is comprised of Refugees, IDPs, Returnees and host communities. IOM’s case load for 2019 is 12,000 households (84,000 individuals) with a varied package from emergency shelters for newly displaced households to transitional shelters for more stable households in line with increasing their resilience and improving their living conditions through safe and dignified housing.

Organisation (s) : International Organization for Migration
Partenaires de mise en oeuvre : ANTD, KAKARA

Financement : 750,007 $

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