Service Mapping Report

The Service Mapping Report captures the services that are being provided and actors who are present in the camp and camp-like settings managed by IOM CCCM in Borno and Adamawa states.

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IOM-CCCM Service Mapping

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Service Mapping || January 2021

Report Details

Report: IOM CCCM Service Mapping
Report Month: January, 2021
Report Detail
WHO There are 51 distinct actors who aided across the 74 IOM managed sites. 50 of these actors assisted in Borno state while 6 assisted in Adamawa state.
WHAT 10 distinct sectoral assistance – Camp Coordination and Camp Management [2 agencies], Non-Food Items [6
agencies], Shelter [5 agencies], WASH [15 agencies], Livelihood [4 agencies], Protection [20 agencies], Health [13 agencies], Food Security [12 agencies], Education [4 agencies], and Nutrition [13 agencies] were provided through the reporting period.
WHERE These assistances were provided across 74 IDP sites and 18 Host Community locations in Adamawa and Borno states.
WHOM Internally Displaced Persons (New arrivals and Returnees inclusive) [88.5%] and some inhabitants in Host Communities [11.49%] were the beneficiaries of the assistance provided.
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Service Mapping || February 2021

Report Details

Report: IOM CCCM Service Mapping
Report Month: February, 2021
Report Detail
WHO There are 51 distinct actors who aided across the 74 IOM managed sites. 50 of these actors assisted in Borno state while 6 assisted in Adamawa state.
WHAT 10 distinct sectoral assistance – Camp Coordination and Camp Management [2 agencies], Non-Food Items [6 agencies], Shelter [5 agencies], WASH [15 agencies], Livelihood [4 agencies], Protection [20 agencies], Health [13 agencies], Food Security [12 agencies], Education [4 agencies], and Nutrition [13 agencies] were provided through the reporting period.
WHERE These assistances were provided across 74 IDP sites and 18 Host Community locations in Adamawa and Borno states.
WHOM Internally Displaced Persons (New arrivals and Returnees inclusive) [88.5%] and some inhabitants in Host Communities [11.49%] were the beneficiaries of the assistance provided.

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