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About 1.7 million IDPs live in over 321,580 households across six states of North-East Nigeria with 40 per cent (680,000) residing in camp-like settings in urban areas. (Nat. Population Census).
As at 8th May 2018, the Government of Nigeria with support from UNHCR registered 21,291 Cameroonian refugees of which children make up about 50% of the population. These refugees are currently located in four states – Cross River 17,003, Benue 3,525, Akwa Ibom 197 and Taraba 584. -UNHCR.

These camps are in deplorable conditions with accompanying disease burdens thus, Envision Global Care Foundation initiated its RIMO project in 2017, for the provision of free medical care services to the Refugees/IDPs in various camps in Nigeria. The RIMO program has so far helped and provided over 1000 persons with free HIV and malaria screening test, free basic drugs and emergency relief materials.

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Our core purpose is to initiate, partner or collaborate with different stakeholders in provision of free medical services, projects within the IDP/Refugees Camp, especially to women and children.


Expected Outcomes:

  • Percentage increase in knowledge on prevention and management of common illnesses and hygiene among internally displaced persons in selected IDP camps.
  • Percentage decrease in cases of morbidity especially among women and children.
  • At least 2000 beneficiaries are equipped with basic relief materials and have access to medical supplies.
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