Hungry And Abused: The Burdens Of Displaced Women In North East Nigeria

This is a special reporting features magazine that looks at the life of women and children in IDP camps affected by conflict in North East Nigeria.

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Navigating Hunger And COVID-19: Pathetic Story of IDP Sole-Providers Battling Against Starvation

Fanna Modu has 11 dependants and 10 among them are children. On good days, she hands out N10  notes to each so they can get food to eat.

These good days are bad days in normal survival terms but nothing about the conditions of Internally Displaced Persons in Northeast Nigeria is normal.

Modu, like many other women in camp, is a sole provider for her  household which has been thrown into heavy dysfunction by bouts of conflicts and terror attacks.

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