CIEPD CONFLICT WATCH CENTRE (CWC) APRIL REPORT 2021

28 May 2021 by Watch Centre Reports 174 Views
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This monthly conflict report is designed to update stakeholders on conflict early warning incidents as identified by CIEPD Conflict Watch Centre (CWC) across the 9 States in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. The approach of the CWC is focused on predicting, tracking, monitoring and reporting on situations, events and actors (individual, group and institutions) with the capacity to cause violence. . The CWC conflict early warning information is collected mainly through community trained incidents reporters and as well as social media sources. CWC has also gone further in strengthening its response mechanism which is critical to conflict mitigation and prevention.

 

Summary of Reported Incidents 

According to CWC data (see Figure 1), 50 conflict early warning incidents were reported in April 2021 across the 9 States in the Niger Delta region. The data shows an increase in reported incidents in April, compared to March with 45 reported incidents. Imo and Delta State had the highest number of reported incidents in the Niger Delta in April 2021. This was followed by Rivers. Cross River and Abia were the least violent states within the Niger Delta.

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CIEPD CONFLICT WATCH CENTRE (CWC) MARCH REPORT 2021

20 April 2021 by Watch Centre Reports 243 Views
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This monthly conflict report is designed to update stakeholders on conflict early warning incidents as identified by CIEPD Conflict Watch Centre (CWC) across the 9 States in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. The approach of the CWC is focused on predicting, tracking, monitoring and reporting on situations, events and actors (individual, group and institutions) with the capacity to cause violence. . The CWC conflict early warning information is collected mainly through community trained incidents reporters and as well as social media sources. CWC has also gone further in strengthening its response mechanism which is critical to conflict mitigation and prevention.

 

Summary of Reported Incidents 

According to CWC data (see Figure 1), 45 conflict early warning incidents were reported in March 2021 across the 9 States in the Niger Delta region. The data shows an increase in reported incidents in March, compared to February with 37 reported incidents. Delta State had the highest number of reported incidents in the Niger Delta in March 2021. This was followed by Ondo and Imo State respectively. Cross River was the least violent states within the Niger Delta.

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CIEPD CONFLICT WATCH CENTRE (CWC) FEBRUARY REPORT 2021

20 April 2021 by Watch Centre Reports 215 Views
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Background

This monthly conflict report is designed to update stakeholders on conflict early warning incidents as identified by CIEPD Conflict Watch Centre (CWC) across the 9 States in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. The approach of the CWC is focused on predicting, tracking, monitoring and reporting on situations, events and actors (individual, group and institutions) with the capacity to cause violence. . The CWC conflict early warning information is collected mainly through community trained incidents reporters and as well as social media sources. CWC has also gone further in strengthening its response mechanism which is critical to conflict mitigation and prevention.

 

Summary of Reported Incidents 

According to CWC data (see Figure 1), 37 conflict early warning incidents were reported in February 2021 across the 9 States in the Niger Delta region. The data shows a Decrease in reported incidents in February, compared to January 2021 with 49 reported incidents. Delta State had the highest number of reported incidents in the Niger Delta in February 2021. This was followed by Abia and Rivers State respectively. Akwa Ibom was the least violent states within the Niger Delta.

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