The dRPC has increasingly been called to build on our development interventions in the Northeast over the years to branch out and support humanitarian initiatives. Our work on climate change and leadership development for health provide important pivots for working in the Northeast. To date dRPC’s work in the Northeast includes supporting CSOs in Northeast Nigeria was mentioned in CSO position paper presented at the 24 February 2017, Oslo Humanitarian Conference on Nigerian and the Lake Chad Region:
The dRPC are also Third Party Monitors to DevTech Systems monitoring USAID funded interventions in Northeastern states. The Conjugal Slavery in War project funded by York University Canada 2017-2020 also focuses exclusively on the situation of abducted women and girls in the Northeast. In addition, the dRPC hs been funded by the Ford Foundation through the International Institute of Education (IIE) to study and document therapeutic approaches to addressing psychological trauma in the Northeast, report and accompanying blog here.