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Customs and Immigration Office Reopens on Critical Lake Chad Cameroon-Nigeria Border Through Regional Stabilization Facility

Rehabilitated infrastructure, such as the Customs and Immigration Office, as well as reconstructed police station and barracks, on the border between Nigeria’s town of Banki in Borno State and the…  


1.1 million lives highly at risk in North-East Nigeria by 2030 if development deficit continues, says UNDP Report

This UNDP report, coming on the heels of a United Nations OCHA study, reinforces its findings that stabilization is the way to prevent upwards of 29 million people in the Sahel Region needing costly…  


Borno State Government and the United Nations host high-level donor visit in north-east Nigeria

Delegates were able to visit the Banki IDP camp and the newly constructed police station and customs office on the border of Cameroon to learn how development efforts are increasing security and…  


Assessing the Impact of Conflict on Development in North-east Nigeria

The objective of this report is to become a useful resource for understanding and working around conflict to foster the process of stabilization, peacebuilding and recovery in the region.  


New skills for survivors of conflict

Mohammed now wants to give back, by teaching other community members interested in learning from him. He has big plans for opening a shoe factory in Banki, giving jobs to young people thereby helping…  


Creating unity and peace through community led platforms

Hajja Ali, is a member of Bama’s community platform and plays a critical role in representing the voices and concerns of women and girls.  


Yagana speaks out: rebuilding Banki through community voice

Yagana Ibrahim never expected to have her fair say in community decisions. A mother of four, Yagana hails from Banki in Bama Local Government Area Borno State, Nigeria.  


Rebuilding a new life in the wake of improved security

Before the insurgency began in northeast Nigeria, Falmata Ali was a businesswoman in Banki, a town near the Nigerian and Cameroon border.  



Government of Japan contributes $5.7 million towards the UNDP social stability and security of conflict affected communities in North-East and Middle Belt of Nigeria Project

The Government of Japan has partnered with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Nigeria with a contribution of $5.7 m (equivalent to N2.2 billion) towards the ‘Support for Social…  

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