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Mon Club international is a reputable and frontline national humanitarian organization with footprints in the North-east. It has reached over 1 million people in need through scalable interventions in WASH, Protection, Livelihoods, Nutrition, Education. These interventions were carried out in hard-to-reach and inaccessible locations across the BAY states in the Northeast.
Through sectoral coordination, it has contributed to implementing several WASH interventions in different local government areas (LGAs), particularly the areas with high humanitarian needs and where other partners lack the presence or capacity to intervene. These are Kala Balge, Marte, Dikwa, Kukawa, Ngala, Bama, Mafa, Nganzi, and Fune, all in the BAY states of the Northeast. Through partnerships with multi-lateral agencies, MonClub has responded to emergencies in the listed LGAs. Recently, UNICEF funded emergency response projects in Bama, Ngurosoye, and Rann.
Following the devastations from armed conflict, insurgency, and banditry, which has exacerbated infrastructure, healthcare systems, water and sanitation, and other public services, a need for partner’s capacities to protect children and households in these fragile settings necessitated MonClub through UNICEF to swing into WASH implementation at Ngurosoye. The WASH component of this intervention is already ensuring that over 2,000 individuals have access to at least 15 liters of clean water daily via water trucking, and access to potable water is sustained, having rehabilitated six boreholes in the community. Furthermore, 48 latrines (40 newly constructed and 8 rehabilitated units) were achieved through this intervention, while 3000 people were reached with essential Non-Food Items (NFIs). MonClub International also intervened in preventing cholera by distributing 150 cholera kits to the people of Nguro Soye, Bama LGA.
The conflict in northeast Nigeria continues to disrupt the lives of millions across Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe. Violent attacks by non-state armed groups (NSAGs) and military counter-operations have displaced men, women, and children disrupted livelihoods, and limited the functionality of markets and other essential services. The situation has deteriorated further in the BAY states, which were already characterized as chronically underdeveloped before the start of the conflict.
UNICEF Humanitarian Emergency Response interventions through Mon Club International brought back what the community members best described as “waterfalls in Soye.” The timely access to the WASH Sector pipeline supplies played a crucial role in coordinating the response of MonClub in these areas with high humanitarian needs and the most vulnerable population in need of WASH support. These interventions have contributed to hygiene promotion and cholera sensitization in these areas.