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UNOCHA Nigeria
The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Nigeria (OCHA) mobilizes & coordinates humanitarian assistance to people in need.
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GREENCODE 6h
This is a what the heavy rains in Mongonu LGA left us with IDPs in challenging condition for 2 days now,however + other partners are working things out for a better living conditions
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Eve Sabbagh 7h
'All of us worry that one of our staff may come back hurt or kidnapped' - Strong message from heads of INGOs talking w/ today about challenges in State 10 aid workers have lost their life in NE over the past 18 months Aid workers are
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Mark Lowcock 7h
Happy to be back in Nigeria for my 3rd time in 2 years. Today I visited Maiduguri w/’s Minister , for a constructive exchange on humanitarian needs and access with local & international partners, as well as ’s .
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UNOCHA Nigeria 7h
Today Lowcock heard from int’l & local organizations in State, They highlighted challenges faced in delivering aid to reach 6.2 million vulnerable ppl & importance of working w local orgs He reemphasized the ’s commitment to
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Sadiya Umar Farouq 20h
I arrived Maiduguri with Mark Andrew Lowcock, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator. We are expected to meet with the State Government and Humanitarian Stakeholders in the Northeast.
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UNOCHA Nigeria 12h
UN Under-Secretary-General Mark Lowcock arrived in for a two day visit Today he traveled to State w/ Hon. Minister of Humanitarian Affairs to meet key stakeholders & Gov officials to discuss the ongoing humanitarian response
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UNOCHA Nigeria 15h
Support from the Humanitarian Fund helped these kids get a chance to learn! Thanks to generous contributions this year from: 🇩🇪 Germany 🇳🇱 Netherlands 🇸🇪 Sweden 🇧🇪 Belgium 🇳🇴 Norway 🇮🇪 Ireland 🇨🇭 Switzerland 🇱🇺 Luxembourg 🇪🇸 Spain
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WHO Nigeria Oct 22
that is six times (6X) more infectious that influenze (Flu). 1 in 5 cases may develop severe disease ot complications such as ear infection, pneumonia... two doses of Measles provide nearly 100% protection.
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UNOCHA Nigeria Oct 22
Discover this new tool developed by and Extremely useful for aid workers in the field
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GISCOR Oct 19
sector's meeting at camp. Sensitization session at and . Awareness on , Psychological and Emotional and . Do not exploit , , And
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Noor Bakhsh Oct 19
Safe water for All!! provides 160 cubic meters safe water daily in Pulka to ensure access to sufficient quantity and quality of water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene in NE
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GREENCODE Oct 18
In line with Global event. GREENCODE with support from Nigeria Humanitarian Fund (NHF) via marked Global Handwashing Day 2019 with Displaced populations in remote camps in Mongunu and Jere LGAs of Borno state, Nigeria. IDPs need water n soaps.
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IOM Nigeria Oct 17
More than 700 million people, still live in extreme poverty. Today we joined on the road walk in commemoration of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. We continue to take action for a world without poverty.
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UNOCHA Nigeria Oct 17
Dep. Humanitarian Coordinator in , & humanitarian partners are in State to meet w communities & Gov officials They met State Governor, his Excellency, Rt to discuss priority needs for ppl of Adamawa & how humanitarians can support
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UNOCHA Nigeria Oct 17
Replying to @OCHANigeria
Dep. Humanitarian Coordinator spent time w Nigerian refugees who returned to Mubi LGA from They shared challenges they face & said more than 80 ppl are living in a crowded space w only one toilet Shelter & land allocations remain a priority for aid actors in
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UNOCHA Nigeria Oct 17
A year ago, we mourned the death of nurse Hauwa Leman Her young life was marked by incommensurate commitment to providing urgent aid in , NE Since then, 5 other aid workers have lost their lives in the crisis They are not forgotten Humanitarians are
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Leni Kinzli Oct 16
Today on , I’m remembering little Halima whom I met last month in Bama, At 7 months she was admitted for treatment of malnutrition & has now fully recovered Healthy diets/nutritious food for little kids like her are crucial to reach
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UNOCHA Nigeria Oct 16
On we recognize the contributions of humanitarians in north-east providing food aid 🔶2019 so far: 2.3 million ppl received food assistance 🔷2018: 5 million+ people received food assistance These interventions are crucial to reach
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UNDP Nigeria Oct 16
Today is . A starts w sustainable farming & food production. During the last rainy season, provided agricultural support packages, crop seeds, & fertilizers to 4300 people (incl.40% women) in 's Borno, Adamawa & Yobe states.
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WFP Nigeria Oct 16
This year, 🇳🇬Nigerian Chefs 👩🏿‍🍳👨🏿‍🍳 are using their star power⭐️⭐️ and food know-how to mark ! See how they prepare healthy & sustainable meals using locally grown ingredients.🍅🥦🥜
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