RETURNING REFUGEES FACED WITH A LACK OF SERVICES, SECURITY AND PROTECTION IN RANN, NORTH-EAST NIGERIA

Tuesday, 12 March 2019 – The Nigeria INGO Forum, an umbrella body comprised of 51 international non-government organisations (INGOs), is deeply concerned over the grave humanitarian situation facing approximately 30,000 displaced people reported to have returned to Rann, a town in north-east Nigeria. Rann, which recently endured two horrific attacks in December and January, is […]

STATEMENT OF CONDOLENCE FOR THOSE WHO LOST COLLEAGUES, FRIENDS AND LOVED ONES ON ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES FLIGHT ET302

ABUJA, 11 March 2019 – As the Nigeria INGO Forum, with a membership of 51 international NGOs, we wish to express our deepest condolences to everyone, including the humanitarian and development community, who lost colleagues, friends and loved ones on Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 on Sunday 10th March 2019. This was a tragic incident that […]

Nigeria INGO community stand in solidarity with ICRC

Abuja, 17 October 2018– We, the international NGO community, stand in solidarity with our colleagues of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). We are deeply saddened and condemn the killing of Hauwa Mohammed Liman, a dedicated and passionate aid worker. Hauwa Mohammed Liman was based in Rann, Borno state providing health services to […]

Humanitarians express concerns about the ability to meet the needs of civilians relocated to Bama

Maiduguri, 12 April – The Nigeria INGO Forum cautioned today that international NGOs operating in north-east Nigeria would not be able to address a sharp increase in humanitarian needs in Bama that may occur as a result of the relocation of civilians currently being carried out by the Nigerian authorities. “Members of the INGO Forum […]

2018 HRP: INGOs welcome the opportunity to continue to work with the Government of Nigeria and the humanitarian community in the north-east

February 8, 2018 – As the 2018 Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) is launched by the Government of Nigeria and the international humanitarian community, the Nigeria INGO Forum – a consortium of 36 leading international non-government organizations (INGOs) – reiterates its commitment to operate in accordance with global standards including humanitarian principles and adherence to host […]

Lake Chad Basin Public Statement

Millions of people in the Lake Chad Basin region remain in desperate need of aid, one year after Oslo Conference funds forestalled famine The Lake Chad Basin crisis still demands the world’s attention. While scaled-up humanitarian efforts narrowly averted famine last year, continuing conflict has left almost eleven million people in urgent need of life-saving […]

INGO Forum press release

2018 HRP: INGOs welcome the opportunity to continue to work with the Government of Nigeria and the humanitarian community in the north-east February 8, 2018 – As the 2018 Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) is launched by the Government of Nigeria and the international humanitarian community, the Nigeria INGO Forum – a consortium of 36 leading […]

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