UNDP 2019-2021 Lake Chad Stabilization phase 1

Activity-ID : SE-0-SE-6-13141A0101-AFC-73010

The Regional Stabilization Facility (RSF) for Lake Chad, proposed by UNDP, has been in the making for almost two years and sets out to offer short term, visible and quick impact development and peace building interventions in Boko Haram (BH) affected areas around Lake Chad, which aims at stabilizing the situation, enable IDPs and refugees to return and lay the ground for longer term development interventions to address the root causes of the ongoing crisis. The Facility also proposes to support capacity building and initial activities aimed to implement the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) and Africa Union (AU) Regional Strategy for Stabilization (RSS), Recovery and Resilience of the Boko Haram-affected areas of the Lake Chad Basin, which is the long-term response to the crisis at the regional level and the political framework under which the Facility will work. The Facility has two result areas and six expected results as per below: Result area 1: Immediate stabilisation of specific areas, cleared of Boko Haram control, but where communities remain vulnerable to continued infiltration and attack, via support to: 1...


Agency : Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
Implementing organisation : United Nations Development Programme
Aid type : C01 - Project-type interventions


Partner country : Middle Africa, regional


Sector category : Reconstruction relief and rehabiliation
Sector : Immediate post–emergency reconstruction and rehabilitation

Financial information

Total committed amount: USD 8,460,326

Total paid amount: USD 8,573,410

Paid per year (net value):
2019, USD 4,230,163
2020, USD 4,343,247

Sustainable Development Goals

Source: Activity data from IATI, SE-0-SE-6-13141A0101-AFC-73010