North-East Nigeria Humanitarian Dashboard (January to June 2020)
Between January and June, the United Nations and humanitarian partners have reached a total of 2.6 million people with humanitarian assistance (around 34 percent of the people targeted) across 61 Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe States of north-east Nigeria. Life-saving emergency interventions remain the immediate priority. Despite significant achievements by the humanitarian community, millions of affected people are still facing hunger; lack protection; have limited or no access to health facilities or to water, sanitation and hygiene; or live in overcrowded camp conditions, with some of them still sleeping in the open. In various areas across the three states, levels of acute malnutrition for children under five are above emergency thresholds. The impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, rising insecurity and funding shortfalls still pose challenges to aid organisations providing urgent assistance to some of the most vulnerable people in north-east Nigeria.
Full dashboard here