UNDP Nigeria Stabilization Facility Annual Report 2020

May 11, 2021

The Regional Stabilization Facility (RSF) in Nigeria aims to achieve immediate stabilisation in the Boko Haram-affected states of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe in the country’s north-east region through a time bound, localized (area–based), integrated civilian programme of activities delivered as a rapid response package. As one of the four national windows of the regional Lake Chad Basin Stabilization Facility, the project was initiated in September 2019 with formulation of Joint Action Plans (JAPS) for each of the seven target communities serving as a proof of concept.

The Facility contributes to the United Nations Sustainable Development Partnership Framework (UNSDPF 2018-2022) Outcome 1: “By 2022, governments at all levels apply principles of good governance and rule of law in public service delivery” and UNDP Country Programme 2018-2022 Output 1.4 “Strengthen national capacities for peace building including reduction of small arms violence at national and sub-national level”.

This report covers the project progress and results achieved during annual year 2020.

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