Data were collected during face-to-face interviews with 2093 individuals between 29 May and 04 July. The survey covered 2093 individuals from different socio-economic strata in order to capture the diversity of profiles existing in each country, including 40% women and 56% young people between 18 and 35 years of age.
Detailed reports also provide specific data for Cameroon, Chad and Niger.
A quality and accountability score was included in all questionnaires, directly linked to the criteria of the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) in order to enhance the transparency and accountability of the intervention.
As a reminder, the RESILAC project “Inclusive Economic and Social Recovery of Lake Chad” aims to provide an emergency response combining emergency, rehabilitation and recovery in this region of Lake Chad (bordering Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria and Chad) – an area affected by an economic and social crisis, recurrent climate shocks and a regional security crisis.