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ACTION CONTRE LA FAIM-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR EVALUATION STUDY ON IMPROVING FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITY OF CONFLICT AFFECTED COMMUNITIES IN NORTH-EAST NIGERIA.

ACTION CONTRE LA FAIM
EVALUATION STUDY ON IMPROVING FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITY OF CONFLICT AFFECTED COMMUNITIES IN NORTH-EAST NIGERIA.

1. Project Background

1.1. Rationale for the Project
Among AAH beneficiaries of the Food For Peace (FFP) programme in North of Nigeria, in Borno state, Pregnant & Lactating Women (PLW) who are identified as “vulnerable“ qualify for admission into the Porridge Mum programme. The nutritional status of their children is not an admission criteria for participating in Porridge Mum activities.

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INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION FOR MIGRATION (IOM)-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: SERVICE PROVIDER FOR PRODUCTION OF A TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS (TIP) SENSITIZATION VIDEO ANIMATION TO IOM NIGERIA, LAGOS SUB- OFFICE

SERVICE PROVIDER- PRODUCTION OF A TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS (TIP) SENSITIZATION VIDEO ANIMATION

BACKGROUND
Despite significant efforts of the Federal Government of Nigeria (GoN) to counter trafficking in persons
(TiP), Nigeria remains a country of origin, transit, and destination for human trafficking. Driven by the
demand for cheap labour and commercial sex, trafficking rings across borders and within countries
capitalize on economic, social, and political vulnerabilities to exploit their victims. Irregular migrants along the Central Mediterranean route to Europe are particularly at risk. While the National Referral Mechanism present in Nigeria provides guidance on the referral process and stimulates the need for a multi-sectoral approach in the provision of assistance to victims of trafficking, the actual operationalization of the referrals and provision of comprehensive rehabilitation and reintegration assistance, is relatively weak. Building on the EUTF-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration, and in collaboration with the Government of Nigeria, the project seeks to contribute to the improved sustainable rehabilitation and reintegration of Victims of Trafficking (VoTs) in Nigeria.

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