Niger: new REACH study finds concerning WASH conditions in Diffa

The Chad Lake displacement crisis has been destabilizing the Diffa region in south-east Niger since 2015. Hundreds of thousands of internally displaced people, refugees, and returnees live today in spontaneous sites that often lack basic infrastructure, in proximity to host populations, whose access Read more…

Not ready to return: IDP movement intentions in Borno State, Nigeria

Over 1.4 million people have been displaced in Borno State, in north-eastern Nigeria, since attacks by armed groups intensified in May 2013. In a highly dynamic context characterised by severe restrictions on access, and amidst limited evidence available to humanitarian Read more…

Bangladesh – Rohingya Crisis: Mapping infrastructure and services in refugee camps and sites

Since 25 August 2017, more than half a million Rohingya have fled conflict in Myanmar across the border to Bangladesh. The majority have settled in makeshift settlements and spontaneous sites, in self-built shelters established primarily with bamboo and tarpaulin bought Read more…