SEMA to support IDPs in Host Community, Persons of Concerns and Other Vulnerable Households to close the gaps of early Lean period due to poor Harvest & 2022 Flooding.

….SEMA Conducts Sentization and Registration of Beneficiary’s across pilot locations.
…..SEMA used ODK platform to capture beneficiaries data
…..Exercise will run through March across different locations
The Cadre Harmonize report showed food security situation in 2023 is predicted to be worse than 2022, with inflation of price of commodities and lately the new naira redesign policy as compounding factors. About Eight Hundred and ninety-five thousand, three hundred and forty-three (895,343) HHs in Yobe state require urgent intervention from government and partners to save life and livelihood. More response in areas of food security and a sustain implementation of life-saving interventions of food assistance and unconditional cash transfers (social welfare package) to the vulnerable populations in the affected areas is highly recommended.
Yobe SEMA carried out an emergency assessment and survey across the state and mapped out communities that were severely affected based on its internal inclusion criteria in line with the Global Best Practice (GBP) and Standard Operational Procedure (SOP), the data was validated for holistic aproach and response.
SEMA team and volunteers are in the field to capture data of would be beneficiaries, triangulate with existing data base and initiate reaponse inline with His Excellency Governor Mai Mala Bunis Directives.