Nigeria is ranked as the country with the third highest number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Africa, with over 2.7 million people living in IDP Camps.
Internally Displaced Persons Support
Nigeria today is plagued with a number of issues from floods to insurgency which has left its people poorer and exposed to terrible living conditions. Currently, Nigeria is ranked as the country with the third highest number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Africa, with over 2.7 million people living in IDP Camps.
As a Foundation of Foundations, we implement interventions aimed at providing emergency relief to these vulnerable people, while promoting the work our partners do, in order to deepen the impact they hope to create in the communities where they work.
Most of our interventions fall into two broad categories – relief projects and impact consultancy, and our goal with our intervention projects is to continually strengthen the development ecosystem across Africa in a way that makes it resilient, and the solutions it produces, scalable.
As part of our relief projects, we have worked with partners to provide food items to families living in IDP Camps in the North East and North Central Regions of Nigeria, families affected by floods, as well as people in slums. To strengthen this, we are working with more partners to provide capacity building and economic opportunities for women and youth in these IDP Camps.