Provision of NFI and Emergency GBV and WASH services to IDPS and Host Communities in Adamawa State, Nigeria

 

The project aimed to provide safe and effective gender-based violence prevention and water, sanitation and hygiene services, and NFI distributions to internally displaced persons and families in Adamawa State, Nigeria. Its objectives included:

  • Appropriate quality health, psychosocial support, and safety services for survivors of GBV, which supports their recovery, healing and dignity and allows them to rebuild their lives.
  • Women have increased access to and control of resources, thus reducing their vulnerability to GBV and SEA.
  • GBV survivors receive timely appropriate and quality clinical treatment for consequences of sexual assault, including rape.
  • Rapidly improved environmental health conditions in targeted villages
     

Expected Outcomes

  • Appropriate quality health, psychosocial support, and safety services for survivors of GBV, which supports their recovery, healing and dignity and allows them to rebuild their lives.
  • Women have increased access to and control of resources, thus reducing their vulnerability to GBV and SEA
  • GBV survivors receive timely appropriate and quality clinical treatment for consequences of sexual assault, including rape
  • Rapidly improved environmental health conditions in targeted villages

Actual Outcomes

  • 1,728 individuals benefitted from GBV services
  • 87,719 people benefitted from solid waste management, drainage, and/or vector control activities
  • 99,372 people received direct hygiene promotion
  • 88 village water user committees created/ trained
  • 30,875 people benefitted directly from the water supply infrastructure program
  • 32 water points developed, repaired or rehabilitated.