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Assessment of Needs Satisfaction of Displaced Persons with Intervention by Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), Borno Stàte, Nigeria

Authors: Dr Aminchi Daniel, Ya’ajiram Babakura Imam

DOI: 10.37082/IJIRMPS.2021.v09i04.028Short DOI: gmm8dz

Country: Nigeria View / Download Full Text PDF File


Abstract: The study assessment the needs satisfaction of displace persons with Intervention by Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), Borno State, Nigeria. The objectives of the study are to assess the extent of internally displaced persons' physiological needs, satisfaction, and assess the level of internally displaced persons' safety and security needs satisfaction, with interventions by SEMA in Dalori Camp 1 in Borno state. For the purpose of this study, the following research question were made: What is the extent of IDPs’ physiological needs satisfaction with interventions by SEMA in Dalori IDPs Camp 1 in Borno state? What is the extent of IDPs’ safety and security needs satisfaction with interventions by SEMA in IDPs Dalori Camp 1 in Borno state? This study adopted a survey research design. With a representative sample, that is, one that is representative of the larger population of interest, one can describe the attitudes of the population from which the sample was drawn. The population of this study comprises of all registered IDPs currently settled at Dalori Camp 1 Maiduguri Borno state, with twenty-nine thousand, nine hundred and sixty-four (Borno State Emergency Management). Therefore, 1% of 29964 was used as the sample size, which is 300. The results of the findings revealed that Majority of the IDPs are not satisfied; the quality and quantity of food, clothing and shelter provided were very low as indicated by the mean 1.07. The IDP’s level of satisfaction with quality and quantity of clothing materials distributed was very low as indicated by the mean 1.91 and 7.35 of SD proved the statement negative. Recommendation were made.

Keywords: Displaced People, Emergency Management, Shelter, Intervention by Emergency Management Agency, SEMA


Paper Id: 1117

Published On: 2021-08-15

Published In: Volume 9, Issue 4, July-August 2021

Cite This: Assessment of Needs Satisfaction of Displaced Persons with Intervention by Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), Borno Stàte, Nigeria - Dr Aminchi Daniel, Ya’ajiram Babakura Imam - IJIRMPS Volume 9, Issue 4, July-August 2021. DOI 10.37082/IJIRMPS.2021.v09i04.028

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