Insecurity has resulted in population displacement, disrupted livelihoods, food insecurity, and protection concerns in southeastern part of Nigeria. Insecurity continues to restrict access to basic services, and both displaced people and vulnerable host communities are in need of emergency food assistance, safe drinking water, relief commodities, as well as health, nutrition, protection, shelter, and water, sanitation, and hygiene interventions.
In a disaster, you face the danger of death or physical injury. You may also lose your home, possessions, and community. Such stressors place you at risk for emotional and physical health problems. Stress reactions after a disaster look very much like the common reactions seen after any type of trauma. Disasters can be caused by natural, man-made and technological hazards, as well as various factors that influence the exposure and vulnerability of a community.
Through Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery to reduce the disruptive impacts of a natural disaster on communities. Applying Nature-based solutions, such as conserving forests, wetlands and coral reefs, can help communities prepare for, cope with, and recover from disasters, including slow-onset events such as drought. Will reduce the secondary impacts from non-climate-related disasters such as landslides following an earthquake
The property value and living conditions in some areas will improve through the redevelopment of infrastructure. Hurricanes help to bring people together as they help each other in the aftermath. They lower the average temperature for a certain amount of time after the storm. The long-term recovery period focuses on restoring economic activity and rebuilding the community. The most important element of this phase is the everyday work completed to reduce the long-term risk to people and property