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Nigeria: Rapid Protection Assessment Report, PSWG Borno, May 2016

Tema/Objetivo: 

The Borno PSWG Rapid Protection Assessment Report compiles information from both data collection in IDP sites around Maiduguri (Part I) as well as in recently liberated satellite camps of Damboa and Dikwa (Part II).

Metodología: 

The assessment was conducted by 17 screeners broken up into three teams, including PSWG members such as NEMA, SEMA and the PSWG Secretariat and was supervised by UNHCR. The methodology used was mainly focus group discussions (FGDs) with internally displaced, broken up into 8 - 17 years old bracket (girls/boys), 18 - 59 years old (women/men) and above 60 (women/men). When possible, especially in the more orderly camp setting, screeners further separated age groups (into divisions of 8 - 12, 13 - 17, 18 - 39 and 40 - 59) to allow for heightened uniformity within the focus groups to draw out sensitive protection concerns within a comfortable environment. Focus group discussions were also held with ethnic/LGA minorities in each of the sites. Key informant interviews (KIIs) were further conducted in each site with camp management, IDP leadership and were possible, with camp security. All camps and nearly all identifiable informal sites/host communities in and around Maiduguri were assessed.

Informe de evaluación: 
Publicly Available
Cuestionario de evaluación: 
Publicly Available
Datos de evaluación: 
Publicly Available
Sitio(s): 
Fecha(s) de la evaluación: 
31 Mayo 2016
Estado de la evaluación: 
Report completed
Método de recolección: 
Key Informant Interview
Focus group discussion
Tipos de poblaciones: 
Poblaciones desplazadas
Cluster / Sectores: 
Organización(es) líder(es): 
Alto Comisionado de las Naciones Unidas para los Refugiados
Organización(es) participante(s): 
Government of Nigeria
Ubicación(es): 
Borno