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NEDC-MCRP PROJECT

Multi-Sectoral Crisis Recovery Project (MCRP)

GO FOR HELP

NEDC-MCRP PROJECT

Multi-Sectoral Crisis Recovery Project (MCRP)

GO FOR HELP

NEDC-MCRP PROJECT

Multi-Sectoral Crisis Recovery Project (MCRP)

Gen. Paul Tarfa (rtd.)

CHAIRMAN, NEDC

ABOUT US

WE'VE CREATED GREAT EXPERIENCES.

Through the MCRP programme of transitional support towards stabilization and recovery, about 300 returnees and IDPs have received essential livelihood support.

Save Children.

Fresh And Clean Water.

INTERVENTIONS

The Buhari Plan

The North East Development Commission – NEDC NERSP was established by President Muhammadu Buhari to serve as the primary national strategy, coordination and advisory body for all humanitarian interventions, transformational and developmental efforts in the North-East region of Nigeria. The NEDC is designed to oversee all remedial programmes aimed at addressing the crisis in the North-East since 2009. To achieve these lofty goals the NEDC NERSP developed The Buhari Plan

Facilitate peacebuilding

Rehabilitate and resettle IDPs

Support the restoration of livelihoods

Resuscitate healthcare services

Our Mandate

What We Do

We coordinate and build partnerships with national and international actors to enhance the effectiveness of North East interventions

MCRP provides stability for resettling IDPs and host communities by providing them with transitional support kits.

MCRP stregthens communities to enhance peacebuilding and social cohesion through formation and capacity support.

MCRP supports Local Governments to build capacity to drive recovery planning, local development and participatory governance.

MCRP supports partcipating State Governments to rebuild prioritized infrastructure across health, education, public buildings, roads and bridges.

MCRP supports capacity enhancement of teachers and health workers to provide improved and more impactful services.

WE'VE CREATED GREAT EXPERIENCES.

Through the MCRP programme of transitional support towards stabilization and recovery, about 300 returnees and IDPs have received essential livelihood support. Abubakar’s family received two ewes and a ram as a means of sustenance.

Our Partners