CONSULTANCY: RFP-004NGA22 – EXTERNAL EVALUATION FOR PROMOTING POSITIVE PEACEBUILDING RESILIENCE
CLOSING DATE: 12 APR 2022
ENGAGING CONFLICT-AFFECTED COMMUNITIES AND CIVIL SOCIETY IN COMMUNITY SAFETY AND LOCAL PEACEBUILDING IN NORTH-EASTERN NIGERIA 2019 – 2021
TERMS OF REFERENCE EXTERNAL EVALUATION
The conflict in North-eastern Nigeria and the Lake Chad region has been ongoing since 2009, destabilizing Adamawa and Borno states, as well as bordering areas in neighboring countries, namely Cameroon, Chad, and Niger. Of the 4 million displaced people (source IOM dec 2021) in the Lake Chad region, approximately 75% reside among host communities, and 79% consist of women, boys, and girls. Over a third of all IDPs reside in areas that are inaccessible to humanitarian agencies, and given the fluid conflict dynamics, access to areas has been changing with time. Before the conflict, despite the absence of state presence and government services, the Lake Chad region was characterized by thriving cross-border trade; however, the conflict and its cross-border impacts have seriously affected economic activities and livelihoods resulting in further ethnic and social tensions in all four countries.
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