Nigeria 2019

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 2.8
Strategic Objective 2
Enhance timely, unhindered and non-discriminatory access to multi-sector assistance and protection interventions through principled humanitarian action

Objectives and indicators contributing to SO2

Enhance timely, unhindered and non-discriminatory access to multi-sector assistance and protection interventions through principled humanitarian action

IndicatorUnitIn NeedBaselineTargetMeasureMonitoring period
IN1: Number of vulnerable IDPs, IDP returnees and refugee returnees (disaggregated by women, girls, boys and men) screened, registered and monitoredPeople1,500,000254,5611,100,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of households provided with transitional shelter solutionsHouseholds142,35814,33616,000300calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of camps and camp-like settings where planning or development work is done with the participation of the camp and host populationSites2010100calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of camp and camp-like settings with adequate camp management support and site facilitation275146155143calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of displacement tracking reports publishedReports62460calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number persons benefiting from capacity building on GBV integration including referral mechanisms and code of conductPeople5,00001,5000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of out-patient consultations in health facilities supported by health partnersConsultations2,000,0001,400,0001,900,000104,810calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of logistics trainings organizedTrainings01460calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of organizations participating in the Logistics Sector coordination meetingsOrganizations0444015calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of passengers transported by airPeople064,00054,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Percentage of outbreak alerts investigated within 48 hoursPercentage908590100calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of joint assessments conducted per yearAssessments1814120calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Maintain an Information management and collaboration platformTools0111calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of screening for acute malnutrition conductedAssessments2,391,2182,391,2182,152,0960calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of persons reached through sensitization and capacity building on GBV principles and preventionPeople1,600,4450805,55912,162calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of households provided with emergency shelter solutionsHouseholds412,05530,21350,0006,062calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of beneficiaries reached through provision of multi-sectorial specialized GBV response servicesPeople583,9270209,4415,083calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of conflict-affected boys and girls (3-17 years) benefiting from learning supplies including ECD kitsChildren2,249,424400,0001,584,83142,081calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of hazardous areas identified with level of contamination, type and locationAreas0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of IDPs in camps gaining access to gender segregated sanitation facilities and services (latrines, showers, handwashing stations) as per sector’s standardPeople1,552,772402,0161,000,000923,702calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of persons (disaggregated by women, girls, boys and men) provided with access to legal documentationPeople2,000,000255,413500,0004,360calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of people receiving food assistance through the most appropriate modalities (ex: in kind - dry rations, wet rations, ready-to-eat food kit; voucher, cash or multi-modality)People2,700,0001,900,0002,700,0001,053,566calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of people benefiting from basic hygiene items including top-upsPeople3,441,914151,7651,000,000418,424calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of children, adolescents and caregivers benefiting from mine risk educationPeople770,000350,000475,00026,743calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of community reconciliation efforts undertakenInter-Community Dialogues3550451calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of unaccompanied and separated children and adolescents reunified with their familiesChildren1,5007001,40054calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of inter-agency, I/NGOs and governmental organisations’ staff who used ETS servicesStaff01,6711,2004,709calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Humanitarian hubs established and functionalLocations3930calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of people receiving livelihood inputs/assets through the most appropriate modalities (ex: in kind, voucher, cash or multi-modality)People2,500,0001,400,0002,500,000129,784calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of security briefings conducted in the north-eastBriefings5844140calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of sector products contributing to food security advocacyProducts05120calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of vulnerable IDPs, IDP returnees and refugee returnees (disaggregated by women, girls, boys and men) screened, registered and monitoredPeople1,500,000254,5611,100,0006,607calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Regular HCT, OHCT and ISWG meetings at least monthlyMeetings7275720calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of people benefiting from community tailored hygiene messages aiming at hygienic behaviors and practicesPeople3,441,914387,3343,100,000861,159calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN1: Number of common operational areas covered by common security telecommunications networkLocations091311calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of security officers deployed in the north-eastPeople121130calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of new SAM cases newly admitted for treatmentChildren367,526367,526264,14616,703calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of persons benefiting from empowerment, skills building and linkages to protective livelihood programsPeople100,01920,19235,0002,469calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of joint trainings targeting local partners and stakeholders conducted together with other sectors, partners and stakeholdersTrainings03120calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of communications centres (COMCEN) established, upgraded, maintainedSites091311calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of teachers (m/f) trained in psycho-social support skills and positive disciplineTeachers20,0003,0006,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Percentage of functional GBV referral pathways in place that includes multi-sectoral services for GBV survivorsPercentage1003510043calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of children affected by protection risks (family separation, violence, neglect, abuse, etc.) placed in alternative care arrangementsChildren12,0003,0006,00067calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of camp and camp-like settings decommissionedSites3019200calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of people gaining access to Household latrines as per sector’s standardPeople622,598123,95620,0008,579calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of identified hazardous areas cleared from the presence of explosive hazardsAreas0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Deep field locations upgraded to accommodate humanitarian workersLocations11470calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of persons (disaggregated by women, girls, boys and men) provided with general legal aid and services in support of access to justicePeople100,00010,66150,000258calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of people provided with access to fuel-efficient technologies (e.g. fuel-efficient cookstoves, briquetting of agricultural/organic waste, solar energy) through the most appropriate modalitiesHouseholds1,000,00026,000500,00095,115calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of persons (disaggregated by women, girls, boys and men) with identified protection needs provided with protection-specific assistance items (including solar lanterns, dignity kits, hygiene materials and energy-efficient cooking sets)People500,000200,391200,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of people supported with community-based productive asset creation/enhancement activitiesPeople500,000290,000500,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of health coordination meeting heldMeetings4848485calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Production of at least three OCHA information products monthly (e.g. humanitarian overview, humanitarian dashboard, 3Ws)Products3691360calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of children, adolescents and caregivers benefiting from psychosocial, mental health support services and multi-sectoral livelihood supportPeople840,000400,000575,00031,750calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of organizations using humanitarian air servicesOrganizations0100700calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of common operational areas covered by Internet connectivity servicesLocations08118calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of eligible individuals biometrically registered or updatedIndividuals500,0001,700,000450,0001,214calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of Households receiving cash transfers and or vouchers to meet their hygiene items needs including top-upsHouseholds35,000010,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of communites participating in social cohesion or community security activitiesCommunities355202450calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of humanitarian responders trained in logisticsPeople02401800calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of information management products published, such as maps, sitreps, bulletins, snapshots, procedures, meeting minutesProducts080605calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Percentage of Health facilities with referral mechanism to higher level of care and receive feedback from the referral pointPercentage6024506calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of vulnerable persons (disaggregated by women, girls, boys and men) referred for protection services or other sectoral assistance, with follow up on service provision conductedPeople500,000050,0003,539calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Percentage of health facilities supported by sector partners submitting weekly surveillance reports on timePercentage90699065calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Percentage of safety audit/monitoring recommendations implementedPercentage1000700calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Number of households provided with shelter cash assistanceHouseholds53,3844,1946,000472calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN2: Hold regular local and global ETS coordination meetingsMeetings012203calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of persons reached through mobile medical activitiesPeople3,200,0002,500,0002,900,000262,306calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of New MAM cases admitted for treatmentChildren726,941726,941389,3074,589calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of persons (disaggregated by women, girls, boys and men) with identified protection needs provided with protection-specific assistance items (including solar lanterns, dignity kits, hygiene materials and energy-efficient cooking sets)People500,000200,391200,000880calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of joint food security and nutrition assessments conducted with/among partnersAssessments0140calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Percentage of ISP partners submitting monthly reports demonstrating ethical incident management, data collection & analysisReports1001210057calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of people benefiting from sustained desludging and cleaning of their latrines as per sector’s standardPeople1,552,772486,4401,000,000766,117calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of outbreaks responded and containedEarly Warning Systems1110calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of adolescents and caregivers of conflict-affected children who benefit from information on child care and child protectionPeople400,00080,000250,0003,605calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of children affected by protection risks (family separation, violence, neglect, abuse, etc.) benefitting from follow-upChildren12,0003,0006,00068calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of teachers (m/f) trained in improved teaching and learning approachesTeachers20,0003,0006,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of housing, land and property disputes resolved (including eviction and security of tenure cases)Cases70,000035,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of women/adolescent girls receiving appropriate sanitary materials for menstrual hygiene managementPeople1,194,6840400,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of information management products produced and disseminatedProducts60120607calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of beneficiaries reached through provision of multi-sectorial specialized GBV response servicesPeople583,9270209,4410calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Humanitarian hub utility countPeople36,00016,00021,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of security risk analysis and assessments conductedAssessments221660calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of Periodic Monitoring Report produced on a semi-annual basis, with HNO and HRP revision, when neededReports2220calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of humanitarian hubs with hybrid power supply system for the ETS infrastructure only00110calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of inter-agency, I/NGOs and governmental organisations supported by the ETSOrganizations09670115calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Produce and share timely accurate ETS IM productsProducts057607calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of functional reception centers managed and/or improvedCenters9999calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of eligible households registeredHouseholds6,0002,5004,000525calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of organizations using the humanitarian cargo movement notifications consolidation and coordination serviceOrganizations0173026calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of destinations served (air transport)Locations012140calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of households supported with shelter repairs and improvement interventionsHouseholds62,0766,68410,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of people supported with agriculture extension services, agriculture-based business entrepreneurship, technology transfer, value addition and processing capacity buildingPeople300,00062,000300,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of beneficiaries accessing services through women and girls, youth friendly spaces (WGYFS) within the communitiesPeople100,01921,42340,0008,263calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of persons (disaggregated by women, girls, boys and men) receiving legal advice on housing, land and property rightsPeople100,00010,66150,000113calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN3: Number of persons benefitting from training/capacity building initiatives to improve quality of service provisionStaff3,00001,5000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of camp/ site profiles (including service monitoring) producedReports2418120calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of persons involved in and accessing information about availability of support services, referrals and reporting600,5900200,00034,829calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of persons (disaggregated by women, girls, boys and men) with identified protection needs benefitting from specialized livelihoods activities to counter negative coping mechanisms and promote self-reliancePeople500,00025,258150,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Contingency plan updated and implemented, reflecting minimum preparedness actionsContingency Plans1110calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of joint livelihood and market recovery assessments conducted with/among partnersAssessments0040calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of people (IDPs, IDP returnees, refugee returnees, host community members, Government officials, service providers and humanitarian workers, disaggregated by women, girls, boys and men) reached through mine risk educationPeople770,000350,000475,00024,076calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of people benefiting from sustained environmental sanitation services (solid waste management)People1,552,772678,1871,000,000727,125calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of ICT emergency management and/or technical radio training coursesTrainings0020calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of conflict-affected boys and girls (3-17 years) provided with sex segregated WASH facilitiesChildren500,000100,000400,0007,181calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of people reporting through community feedback mechanisms that humanitarian activities are effectively addressing their priority needsPeople0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of children and adolescents affected by protection risks who receive specialized support servicesChildren8,0003004,000656calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of health facilities revitalized and providing services to the catchment populationHealth Facilities200601200calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: User satisfaction rate of ETS servicesPercentage0948097calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of child protection workers trained on Child Protection Minimum StandardsStaff1,0005005000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Percentage of community members reporting improved safety and comfort accessing humanitarian services/facilitiesAssessments1000800calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Percentage of Nutrition treatment sites integrated within a health facilityPercentage988988800calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of site managers trained on CCCMIndividuals3041181520calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of persons (IDPs, IDP returnees, refugee returnees, host community members, Government officials, service providers and humanitarian workers, disaggregated by women, girls, boys and men) provided with training on protection principlesPeople50,00015,21425,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of organizations utilizing storage servicesOrganizations0342510calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of health facilities servicing IDPs and host community receiving essential medicines and equipmentHealth Facilities1,881624900126calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN4: Number of persons benefitting from socio-economic assistance for Women and adolescent Girls (formerly) associated with armed groups (WAFAAG) and/or returning from captivityPeople7,00007,0002calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN5: Number of local partners receiving funding through the sector for food security interventionPartners0080calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN5: Square meters of common storage managedAreas06,7204,4405,160calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN5: Number of health and nutrition centers , Schools and relevant public places provided with adequate gender segregated sanitation (latrines, showers, handwashing) facilities and services as per sector’s standardCenters0025064calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN5: Percentage of nutrition sites where community members reporting improved safety and comfort accessing nutrition servicesPercentage988988800calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN5: Capacity Building for humanitarian partners on Civil-military Coordination and Humanitarian PrinciplesTrainings170170calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN5: Map the communications needs of the affected population and evaluate how ETS can fulfil themAssessments0011calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN5: Number of health facilities providing Clinical Management of Rape (CMR)Health Facilities10635871103calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN5: Number of child protection workers trained on standardized case managementStaff5003502500calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN5: Number of local and IDPs leaders trained on CCCM issuesIndividuals4803203500calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN6: Number of beneficiary accessing health services through cash base transfer programming (CTP)Individuals1,000,0000500,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN6: Number of advocacy actions for increasing safe access to farmland/grazing areaAdvocacy0020calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN6: Safety/consultation: Number of community members in FGD reporting improved safety and comfort accessing WASH facilitiesPeople1,00001,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today
IN6: Resources mobilized for the NHF (US$)Dollars100,000,00044,000,00060,000,0000calendar_todaycalendar_today