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Nigeria: People on the move in Borno

10 Jul 2017

Nearly two million people have been displaced by the conflict between Boko Haram and the Nigerian armed forces in the northeast of the country. Some of them have already lived for years in their temporary homes. Others are on the move from one place to another.  The situation is concerning and the vulnerable areas are more widespread in enclaves beyond Borno state’s capital, Maiduguri, in towns such as Banisheikh and Pulka, where our teams are running projects. The current major needs for internally displaced people and returnees in some of these towns are water and shelter.

 

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