North-East Nigeria – Bi-weekly Camp Management Monitoring Report, Report n ° 39 | June 16 – 30, 2021 – Nigeria
The bi-weekly camp management monitoring report is a service monitoring and gap analysis tool produced by the CCCM / Shelter / NFI sector. The tracker helps humanitarian partners identify gaps in assistance and service delivery. It allows stakeholders to monitor activities, identify gaps and improve the delivery of assistance. As of June 2021, 186 camps were covered by partner agencies in the following Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Adamawa State: Fufore, Girei, Mubi South, Yola South and Yola North, while in the State of Borno, the sites are located in Bama, Biu, Damboa, Dikwa, Gwoza, Jere, Kaga, Kala / Balge, Konduga, Mafa, Magumeri, Maiduguri, Monguno, Ngala and Nganzai LGA.
During the second half of June 2021, damage to shelters increased by 16% due to exceeding their lifespan (emergency / transitional shelters) and the effects of severe storms recorded during the period. reference. Congestion continues to pose protection risks in camps and similar environments, thus affecting privacy and space for decent living conditions. 4 298HH new arrivals in Monguno (1184HH), Dikwa (998HH), Jere (774HH), Magumeri (457HH), Kaga (307HH), Konduga (234HH), Bama (220HH), Gwoza (65HH), Maiduguri (47HH) , Mafa (10HH) and Fufore (2HH) LGA require NFI. In addition, 854HH in Magumeri (541HH), Jere (230HH), Monguno (57HH) and MMC (21) live in the open air and are forced to use inadequate materials to build temporary shelters while having limited access non-food items. In addition, 18% of latrines need to be dislodged at 83 sites in 18 LGAs (a 1% increase based on last site monitoring) while 58% of latrines in camps need gender marking out of 132 sites in the BAY states.
Based on the needs and gaps identified, sector partners facilitated the repair of 5,334 shelters in 16 LGAs. The sector will continue to advocate for partners to build shelters, distribute shelter kits and non-food items to the affected population through a targeted, sustainable and flexible approach.