The ongoing crisis in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe states in Northeast Nigeria has created severe humanitarian needs. Conflict between non-state armed groups and government forces has resulted in mass displacement, food insecurity and increased protection risks for civilians. Risks are compounded by climate-related shocks and disease outbreaks. Violence against women and girls is widespread. A considerable number of women and girls have been abducted by armed actors, where they may be subjected to sexual violence and forced marriage. UNFPA is providing sexual and reproductive health and gender-based violence service and information to affected people, including through safe spaces for women and young people, and continues its strong presence in the GBV sub-cluster and the SRH/Minimum Initial Service Package working group.