Projet financé

Fighting the humanitarian crisis on Lake Chad

Tchad

Ongoing conflict across West Africa has forced more than 2.6 million people to flee terrifying violence in Nigeria, Niger and Chad. 

Financé grâce à:
  • Donateurs
  • Montant total financé
    100%Financé
    • Nicequest Clients 6.014€
  • Bénéficiaires directs 450

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

  • Bénéficiaires indirects 1.200

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

Oxfam Intermon

Devis

  • Autres 6.000€
  • Total 6.000€
6.000€

Description

Levels of food insecurity and malnutrition in the Lake Chad basin have become alarming. The conflict that began more than seven years ago between Boko Haram and the military attempting to combat it has destroyed entire villages, roads, water sources, health centers and schools. Families have been unable to farm or buy food because of the soaring prices.

6.3 million people are running out of food and nearly half a million children under the age of five are malnourished.

People urgently need food, water, medicine, shelter and protection.

 

Activités

  • Provide food, clean drinking water and sanitation.
  • Facilitate access to basic needs.

Qui en bénéficiera ?

With your help, will be distributed 210.000 liters and hygiene kits to 450 families affected by famine in the Lake Chad region.

Objectifs du projet

To prevent malnutrition and the spread of disease .

Mises à jour et liens

Oxfam is providing life-saving support in Nigeria, Niger and Chad to people who have fled their home and to the communities in which they are taking shelter. They are providing people with desperately needed food as well as clean drinking water and sanitation to prevent the spread of disease. Oxfam has supported over 250,000 people since we began responding to the crisis in Nigeria in May 2014. And they are now working in three out of the four affected states. Oxfam plans to reach over 1.5 million people.

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