Borno Phase II

In response to the 1,952,719 people in Borno classified in crisis and emergency food situation, AAH is proposing to extend and scale-up its current FFP intervention to continue to meet immediate food needs and increase complementary nutrition programming. With IDPs continuing to lack access to planting land, this number will likely continue beyond the lean season in September and continued support is needed. To ensure AAH is continuing to reach the most vulnerable populations affected by the crises, beneficiaries will be selected based on vulnerability criteria rather than status as an IDP, host community member or returnee, which is the methodology used under the current FFP program. The vulnerability criteria have been updated based on program evaluations, recent assessments and a recent beneficiary vulnerability assessment, which engaged community members in focus group discussions to verify vulnerability criteria.


  • Nigeria>Borno


  • Food Aid
  • Health
  • Humanitarian Aid

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