Revision of the Strategic Response Plan for Nigeria 2014-2016 - August 2014

19 September 2014


A deteriorating security situation in the northeast coupled with serious concerns about the security landscape in the lead up to the February 2015 elections are creating urgent humanitarian needs in the Northeast and the Middle Belt of the country. In addition, a worrying cholera outbreak in the absence of adequate public health infrastructure has required the revision of the SRP for Nigeria towards prioritizing these rapidly evolving situations.

Strategic Response Plan for Nigeria 2014-2016

3 February 2014

Strategic objectives

  1. Track and analyse risk and vulnerability, integrating findings into humanitarian and development programming.
  2. Support vulnerable populations to better cope with shocks by responding earlier to warning signals, by reducing post-crisis recovery times and by building capacity of national actors.
  3. Deliver coordinated and integrated life-saving assistance to people affected by emergencies.


Priority actions

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