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UNICEF Nigeria Humanitarian Situation Report, Report No. 1 (January 2020)

Highlights • UNICEF and partners continue to provide critical access to primary health care services to internally displaced people (IDPs). In January, 174,763 IDPs including 110,778 children accessed primary health care services in UNICEF supported facilities • In the reporting period, a total of 266,115 people accessed safe water through sustained operations and maintenance (O&M) […]

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UNICEF Nigeria Humanitarian Situation Report, Report No. 2 (February 2020)

Highlights Humanitarian access continues to be affected by increased security incidents and actions of security forces with regards restrictions in movement of goods, especially in hard-to-reach areas in Borno state. • In February, 174,763 medical consultations were supported by UNICEF, out of which 110,778 were children under five. • UNICEF and its implementing partners provided […]

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UNICEF Nigeria Humanitarian Situation Report, Report No. 3 (January-March 2020)

Highlights Since January 2020, with support from UNICEF: • 49,904 children with severe acute malnutrition (SAM) have accessed life-saving treatment services, of which, 1,889 children were reached in the north-west; • 514,171 IDPs including 286,169 children under 5 years were reached with integrated primary health care services in IDP camps and host communities in the […]