A hygiene promotion session in Dapchi, Busari LGA, Yobe state where men learn good hygiene practices. Background: Funding from USAID-OFDA enables CRS provide Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) support to conflict affected households in Yobe state. Using e-vouchers, CRS provides Non Food Items (NFIs) such as jerry cans, soap and cooking utensils to registered Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and other vulnerable households. Beneficiaries also recieve improved knowledge of WASH practices. The Boko haram insurgency in Northeast Nigeria has affected traditional food sources and livelihoods for IDPs and host communities. Population explosions in host communities, an interruption in agricultural and economic activities because of the insurgency has put a strain on limitied resources. An estimated 7 million individuals are in dire need of humanitarian assistance. In particular water, sanitation, protection, education, shelter and health services.