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Nigeria loses N1.1tn to disasters, says NEMA

This was disclosed by the Director General, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) Mr. Mohammed Sani Sidi at the sub-national consultation meeting on the Joint Humanitarian…

This was disclosed by the Director General, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) Mr. Mohammed Sani Sidi at the sub-national consultation meeting on the Joint Humanitarian Action Plan (JHAP) being developed by the agency yesterday in collaboration with the United Nations in Gombe, Nigeria.
Represented by the Agency’s Director of Administration and Supply, Mohammed Zannah, Sidi said responding to the needs of the affected population during and after disasters have been extremely challenging and strenuous, which reinforced the need for a more coordinated joint action and strategy which led to the formation of a joint humanitarian action plan for Nigeria to effectively and proactively cater for the needs of the vulnerable population at risk in order to save lives, property and the environment.
He said JHAP has created a common platform for both the government and the humanitarian community to plan, implement and monitor the delivery of humanitarian services and also to mobilize funds for the implementation of humanitarian actions.
NEMA Head of Operations Gombe, Jediel Apollos, said disaster management is not a one man business, but the responsibility of all.

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