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Humanitarian assistance to vulnerable households victims of Natural disasters in Niger

Niger

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Titre : Humanitarian assistance to vulnerable households victims of Natural disasters in Niger

Pays /Région : Niger

Code projet : HNER19-1-154586-1

Durée : 01/01/2019 — 31/12/2019

Contexte
Each year in Niger the rainy season brings with it destruction that leads to many households being left in need of shelter as their houses have been destroyed. Each year this number increases with 46% of households affected by flooding in 2017 in need of shelter and NFI assistance and in 2018 more than 65% of flooding affected population in need of shelter and NFI assistance. These figures of affected population are also increasing with more and more communes in Niger being drastically affected. For 2019 the shelter and NFI working group estimates that 16,000 households (112,000 individuals) will be in need of shelter and NFI assistance resulting from them being affected by floods

Résumé
IOM aims at ensuring the continuity of shelter and Non-Food Items (NFIs) provision for the population affected by natural disasters in Niger in fice regions ; Diffa, Dosso, Niamey, Tillabéry and Zinder. The population targeted by this assistance is comprised of affected host communitiesthat have had their homes destroyed. IOM’s case load for 2019 is 7,000 households (49,000 individuals) with emergency shelters kits combined with NFI kits or CASH assistance where possible in line with increasing their resilience and improving their living conditions through safe and dignified housing.

Organisation (s) : International Organization for Migration

Financement : 850,000 $

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