Niger Delta Conflict Tracker — 2nd Quarter 2017

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This Quarterly tracker is a comprehensive report of conflict trends from the second quarter of 2017

It is designed to update Peace Agents in the Niger Delta on patterns and trends in conflict risk and violence in the Niger Delta, as identified by PIND Foundation’s Integrated Peace and Development Unit’s (IPDU) early warning system, and to seek feedback and input for response to mitigate areas of conflict.

To ensure that these trackers are comprehensive, please contribute your knowledge by reporting any verified incident of conflict to the IPDU Early Warning System by texting a message to 080 9936 2222. Kindly include the relevant state, LGA, town, date, and brief description of the incident.

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