Following the completion of Biometric Registration at Muna El Badawy Camp in Jere Local Government Area (LGA) in the state of Borno, 5,799 households and 28,251 individuals were registered as per 21 March 2022, the average family size in the camp is five individuals.
IOM Nigeria DTM is pleased to share latest updates on Biometric Registration of the affected population in Pulka/Bokko ward of Gwoza Local Government Area (LGA), Borno State.
Recently concluded Biometric Registration of over 5,000 new arrivals in Pulka, within the period of 16 January – 22 February 2018, has brought the total number of displaced persons identified in Pulka to 40,878 individuals (9,438 households).
Biometric Registration, conducted by IOM Nigeria’s DTM Unit at Custom House Camp in Jere, captured 2,124 displaced households (9,235 displaced persons).
Biometric Registration by IOM Nigeria's DTM Unit in General Hospital Camp Bama captured 4,743 displaced households, covering a total of 14,303 displaced persons in the site.
IOM Nigeria's DTM unit conducted Biometric Registration in Ngala Local Government Area (LGA) of Borno State covering Arabic Village Camp, International School Camp and neighbouring host community sites.
Biometric Registration by IOM Nigeria's DTM Unit in Banki IDP Camp captured 8,688 displaced households, covering a total of 32,522 displaced persons in the site. Out of the total population registered, about 12 per cent are people having at least one of the vulnerabilities.
During the reporting period 15,074 individuals (6,289 households). Of these 84% were women and children and 24% were children under 5 years old. 41% of the population was male and 59% was female.