The update of the projected situation for June – August 2019 of the Cadre Harmonise (CH) analysis for Borno, Adamawa and Yobe (BAY) States was conducted in June, 2019 in Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria. This was due to availability of Emergency Food Security Assessment (EFSA) and Nutrition and Food Security Surveillance (NFSS VII) data for BAY states, which were unavailable during the March 2019 CH cycle. The conflicts in these states continue to induce population displacement, disruption in livelihoods and economic activities including functionality of basic services and markets. According to March 2019 IOM Displacement Tracking Matrix Round 26 report, there are more than 1.7 million internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the three northeast states, about 80 percent of which are in Borno state alone. The main triggers of displacement were due to conflict, fear of attack and poor living condition. In addition, most recent estimates show that certain proportion of the entire population in some local government areas (LGAs) are still in hard-to-reach areas of Bama (38 percent), Dikwa (21 percent), Gubio (51 percent), Magumeri (38 percent), Mobbar (34 percent) and Nganzai (54 percent).