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How MCN benefits people Total Notes

Nigerians benefiting from MCN interventions in communities (up to 31 July 2022)

3,926,248

Increase of 607,384 since July 2021

Number of survivors of sexual assault assisted by MCN-supported Sexual Assault Referrals Centres (including 'satellite' SARCs) January 2017 - September 2022

 

4,702

2,001 survivors assisted in the last 12 months

Funded by the European Union, the Managing Conflict in Nigeria (MCN) Programme aims to support Nigerians with conflict resolution, at both the state and community level. We work mainly in northeastern Nigeria: Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states.

We focus on these areas:

  • conflict management, reconciliation and stability in communities
  • the role of women and youth in peace-building
  • supporting women and girls affected by violence
  • the reintegration of young people and women involved in armed conflict
  • research to support policy makers and practitioners.

The programme is being delivered from 2017 to 2023.