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UK Department for International Development

North East Nigeria Transition to Development Programme

UK aid from the British people

Project Data Last Updated: 18/05/2020

IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-1-300432

Partner Projects

International Rescue Committee

  • Education in Emergency Programme - Access to Learning for All in North East Nigeria (ALFANN) The IRC will ensure that 6-14 year olds, who currently lack the opportunities to learn and heal, have increased opportunities to learn in a safe conducive environment which is responsive to their needs. IRC's approach will target both non-formal and formal spaces to ensure the most marginalised children are attending and learning. This will be conducted through community-based approaches to promote government and local ownership of the project, which will lead to a sustainable impact for education. Total Project Budget: £6,690,682 DFID Funding: £3,870,945

International Rescue Committee

  • Promoting Rights and Supporting Protection Needs in North eastern Nigeria (ProSPINE) Implemented through a consortium of partners, this project provides a multi-pronged intervention to improve protection services in north east Nigeria. ProSPINE aims to build IDPs', host communities' and returnees' awareness of their rights and increase their capacities to generate local and community-owned solutions to improve their protective environment. Total Project Budget: £10,382,443 DFID Funding: £9,545,142

International Rescue Committee

  • Promoting Rights and Supporting Protection Needs in North East Nigeria (ProSPINE+) ProSPINE+ builds on previous and ongoing protection programming in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states. The intervention will target both IDPs and returnees through both joint, integrated as well as targeted specialised services to prevent and respond to violence against displaced communities to achieve the following outcomes: Outcome 1: Women, girls, boys and men are free from violence in their communities (prevention); Outcome 2: Women, girls, boys and men are protected from the consequences of violence (response); and Outcome 3: Women, girls, boys and men access rapid and equitable emergency relief services (emergency response). Total Project Budget: £16,000,000 DFID Funding: £6,248,060

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