This report presents evidence about conflict prevention, conflict transitions, and reintegration journeys in the Lake Chad Basin region to inform policy and practice. Specifically, the data presented herein speaks to the indicators listed in the Regional Strategy for the Stabilization, Recovery and Resilience of the Boko Haram-Affected Areas of the Lake Chad Basin (RSS).
This data will allow the LCBC and its partners to better understand the needs in the region and the challenges to enhancing security and protection efforts. This data can serve as an initial reference point from which to understand subsequent progress. In addition, throughout the report, the potential policy and programmatic implications of the presented findings are considered.
The version in French is available here.
Citation: Sophie Huvé, Dr. Siobhan O'Neil, Dr Remadji Hoinathy, Kato Van Broeckhoven with Mohammed
Bukar, Fatima Yetcha Ajimi Badu, Teniola Tayo, Jessica Caus, and Adja Faye (2022) "Preventing Recruitment and Ensuring Effective Reintegration Efforts: Evidence from Across the Lake Chad Basin to Inform Policy and
Practice," MEAC Lake Chad Basin Case Study Report, United Nations University, New York.