Almost eight million people are affected by the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, and since the start of the conflict in 2010, more than 50,000 people have been killed and 1.6 million displaced. In spite of the turmoil and the critical humanitarian conditions faced by the conflict-affected populations, significant proportions of the displaced have begun to return to their areas of origin.
Humanitarian actors working in Nigeria continue to face significant information gaps lacking required granular and comprehensive evidence to efficiently inform their response planning. REACH has been present in Nigeria since 2017 and continues to provide up to date data to support actors working to address the humanitarian needs of vulnerable groups.
Nigeria - Assessment of Hard-to-Reach (H2R) Areas in Northwest Nigeria
Nigeria- Multi Sector Needs Assessment (MSNA) in Northwest Nigeria
Nigeria- Third Party Monitoring for DFID-funded NENTAD Programme: First Thematic Assessment (Vulnerability and Essential Needs)
Nigeria - Assessment of new arrivals in Bama and Gwoza Local Government Areas (LGAs)
Nigeria - 2019 Multi-Sector Needs Assessment in Northeast Nigeria