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Humanitarian action and emergencies
21 October 2018
See how UNICEF is supporting the Government of Nigeria to respond to emergencies especially in northeast Nigeria.
11 May 2023
When the floods came
Through funding from the European Commission (ECHO), vulnerable families in Kaduna state received cash grants to help them prepare for the imminent floods.
09 March 2023
Cash Transfers the Lifeline for Flood-Stricken Families
Unconditional cash transfer programmes funded by the European Commission (ECHO) are providing relief to families in the flood-prone state of Kaduna.
22 October 2022
Children at risk as floods devastate Sagbama
Children are the most impacted by the catastrophic floods that have prompted the suspension of essential services throughout most of Bayelsa State.
17 August 2022
People helping people
Undaunted by insecurity and difficult environmental conditions, humanitarians keep the wheels of essential services running for conflict-affected children
14 July 2022
German Government, WFP, UNICEF launch €40m resilience and essential services support in north-east Nigeria
20 August 2021
Children in Nigeria at ‘extremely high risk’ of the impacts of the climate crisis - UNICEF
Out of 163 countries, Nigeria ranked second in terms of risk that climate change poses to children
18 February 2021
Statement by UNICEF Nigeria Representative Peter Hawkins on 7 children killed in an explosion in Zamfara State, north-west Nigeria
27 December 2018
Humanitarian Situation Reports
Snapshot of current needs and response - concise operational documents to support the coordination of humanitarian response
31 January 2017
UNICEF seeks $3.3 billion in emergency assistance for 48 million children caught up in conflict and other crises
Malnutrition poses “silent threat” to children, agency’s 2017 appeal says
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