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Adolescent Life Skills and Parenting in Crisis Settings

3 August 2021

This report highlights the findings of consultations that were held with adolescents in displacement settings in Bangladesh, the Lake Chad Basin (Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria), Central African Republic and Tanzania. 

Impact of COVID-19 on youth in the Lake Chad region

11 November 2020

The crisis affecting the Lake Chad Basin is one of the most severe humanitarian emergencies in the world. The COVID-19 pandemic will further impact people living in humanitarian contexts with weak health systems. This report highlights the effects of the pandemic on young people. 

Plan International staff member takes Hapsatou's arm measurment which shows she is no longer malnourished

Lake Chad Programme Strategy

20 November 2018

This Lake Chad Programme Strategy (2018 - 2023) outlines our bold ambition to transform the life of girls and their families in the Lake Chad Region. It moves beyond a humanitarian vision towards a full spectrum programme, working at the nexus of humanitarian and development efforts to promote children’s rights and gender equality.

Voices from the Lake Chad basin

Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Voices from the Lake Chad Basin

29 August 2018

A report on the experiences of adolescent girls caught up in the Lake Chad crisis, and how they respond to the challenges they are facing.

Children wave to camera in front of Plan built latrine block in Ngam camp

Needs Assessment for Borno and Adamawa State

1 September 2017

Plan International Nigeria has conducted a child protection and education needs assessment in select communities of Borno and Adamawa State. These are two of the most conflict-affected states involved in the crisis in the Lake Chad basin. 

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Falling Through the Cracks

12 December 2014

This research aims to uncover the key barriers to children’s lack of educational access in light of the conflict in order to improve upon existing programming in Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso.