[NEWS] NORTH-EAST: 2.8M DISPLACED PERSONS GET FOOD, FERTILISERS – UN AGENCY

THE UN OFFICE FOR COORDINATION OF HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS SAYS HUMANITARIAN ORGANISATIONS HAVE PROVIDED AGRICULTURAL AND LIVELIHOOD SUPPORT TO MORE THAN 2.8 MILLION DISPLACED PERSONS IN NIGERIA’S NORTH-EAST IN THE PAST SIX MONTHS.

IT DISCLOSED IN ITS HUMANITARIAN SITUATION REPORT THAT BENEFICIARIES DRAWN FROM ADAMAWA, BORNO AND YOBE HAVE BEEN PROVIDED WITH FOOD ITEMS, SEEDS, FERTILISERS AND OTHER FARM INPUTS.

THE JUNE 2018 REPORT SHOWED THAT ABOUT TWO MILLION DISPLACED PERSONS WERE SUPPORTED WITH FOOD INTERVENTION IN THE PERIOD UNDER IT’S HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN.

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