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The WFP Country Strategic Plan aims to ensure that food-insecure internally displaced persons, refugees, returnees, and host community members in crisis-prone and conflict-affected areas of Nigeria have access to adequate nutritious food and early recovery activities, both during and after shocks. To achieve this, the plan outlines three key outputs: providing food or cash assistance to vulnerable populations, offering livelihood support to crisis-affected households, and delivering nutrition support to children, pregnant and nursing women, and other vulnerable groups. These outputs are being implemented through various modalities, including in-kind food distribution, cash-based transfers, and capacity strengthening.

The WFP project targets locations identified as IPC/CH Phase 3 and above, prioritizing vulnerable food-insecure households with children aged 6-23 months and pregnant and breastfeeding women through sustainable programming strategies that involve promoting institutional change and strengthening government-led, nutrition-sensitive safety net programs to enhance the self-reliance of vulnerable populations. The project also emphasizes community resilience building, with activities planned and monitored in collaboration with the community and relevant local government structures, aiming for a smooth transition to state and local authorities at the project’s conclusion. Political support is sought at federal and state levels to ensure the project’s continuation and successful handover, with a focus on community ownership and empowered participants as core components of the exit strategy.

Given the above, Mon Club International signed a partnership with WFP in March 2023, to provide life-saving assistance (crisis response) in Northeast Nigeria, Borno state, to reduce hunger and save the lives of 91,000 Individuals, which includes measures to prevent and treat acute malnutrition. The beneficiaries of this support include individuals and communities facing the highest risks in Damasak, such as returnees, refugees, internally displaced persons, and members of host communities, particularly in the wake of various shocks, including conflicts and the impact of climate change.

Mon club International through the in-kind modality is implementing the food assistance support and other responsibilities such as selection of Project Management Committees (PMCs) and Community Nutrition Monitors (CNMs), identifying distribution sites, registering eligible households, forming mother support groups, screening and referring beneficiaries, recruiting technical staff, conducting awareness campaigns, training staff and beneficiaries, submitting updates to WFP, providing regular reports, conducting monitoring activities, offering technical support, implementing a help desk, organizing on-site meetings, coordinating with other partners, facilitating site visits, supporting sustainability plans, and enacting an exit strategy.

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