By Chris Ochayi
The General Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma, (retd), led Presidential Committee on the North East Interventions, PCNI, has developed a Marshal Plan to address humanitarian issues of Boko Haram victims and rapid re-development of the zone.
To this end, the committee will tomorrow, (Tuesday) present its brief on the North East Marshall Plan at the a stakeholders’ forum being organised by the National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, and the Vice President’s Office in Maiduguri, Borno State.
The PCNI will also present the master plan at a Global Conference scheduled for the first week of December.
Among others, the “committee is to ensure all stakeholders in humanitarian emergency relief and socio-economic assistance in the North East key into the plan which had been designed to ensure streamlined and well mapped interventions,” a statement by the Presidential Initiative for the North East, PINE, spokesman Odutayo Oluseyi said.
The statement quoted the Vice Chair of PCNI and Chairman, PINE, Prof. Soji Adelaja as saying that a web-based data management system has been developed by PINE (www.pinedata.org.ng).
According to the statement, “this online dashboard will serve the purpose of mapping all activities of our stakeholders through a GIS display system which displays real time data of interventions.
All stakeholders will be required to upload their activities. This will ensure comprehensive coordination of humanita- rian emergency relief.