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Northeast Nigeria Resilience Study Presentation of Findings and Workshop

Amina holds her younger sibling Saratou, who has recently recovered from pneumonia, outside their home in Jigawa State, Nigeria
3:30pm - 5:00pm WAT
The REAL Award

*** By Invitation Only ***

Please join us for a virtual Presentation of Preliminary Findings and an in-person Stakeholder Workshop focused on the Recurrent Monitoring Survey (RMS) component of the USAID-funded REAL Northeast Nigeria Resilience Study.

The Preliminary Findings Presentation will be held virtually on Monday, December 4th at 3:30 to 5:00pm WAT (9:30am to 11:00am ET). Please join via the Zoom link in your invitation. The presentation will highlight key findings over the four rounds of RMS data collection and the relationship between resilience capacities, household well-being, and the use of program-targeted market services and production practices. 

The Stakeholder Workshop will be held in Abuja on Tuesday, January 16th (TBC). This workshop will help shape the synthesis of all four RMS rounds and the in-depth qualitative inquiry. 

The RMS collects qualitative and quantitative information about household changes in resilience capacities, coping strategies, food security outcomes, and exposure to shocks over time. The study team has collected four rounds of RMS data at periodic intervals since August 2022, from a panel sample of households, communities and service providers affiliated with the USAID Feed the Future Rural Resilience Activity in NE Nigeria. 

We look forward to your participation and feedback on the findings.


Round Three Presentation

Round Two Summary Brief

Round Two Report

Round Two Presentation

Round One Presentation

Initial Assessment Presentation