Projet financé

Access to water

Tchad

11 million people need urgent help, of which 7 million are at risk of famine, including 450,000 children suffering from malnutrition.

Financé grâce à:
  • Donateurs
  • Montant total financé
    100%Financé
    • Ticketmaster Clients 1.403€
  • Bénéficiaires directs 200

    Les personnes qui ont été naturellement bénéficiées par les actions développées dans le projet.

  • Bénéficiaires indirects 900

    Les personnes identifiables, qui reçoivent l’effet potentiel des actions menées dans le projet.

Oxfam Intermon

Devis

  • Autres 1.403€
  • Total 1.403€
1.403€

Description

The Lake Chad conflict, caused by the expansion of the Boko Haram group and the military response, implies immense and unknown suffering for millions of people in one of the poorest regions of the world. 11 million people need urgent help, of which 7 million are at risk of famine, including 450,000 children suffering from malnutrition. It is a violent conflict that began seven years ago in north-eastern Nigeria, which has intensified in the last three years, spreading across the borders of Niger, Chad and Cameroon.

Insecurity prevents people from accessing basic social services and has destroyed infrastructure. This is one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world at this time, and it takes place in one of the poorest and most fragile areas of the world. There have been alarming levels of sexual violence, violations of human rights and forced recruitment, including of young children. The security situation is still fragile, and violence continues to make it difficult for Oxfam and other agencies to distribute aid to the people who need it.

Activités

  • Rehabilitate and build wells to provide drinking water to people who have fled their homes and communities.

Qui en bénéficiera ?

With your help we can supply 25,000 envelopes to purify 20 litres of water each.

Objectifs du projet

Guarantee access to food and drinking water for the displaced population in the Lake Chad basin: Chad, Niger and Nigeria.

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