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The terror threat from Boko Haram has caused hundreds of thousands of Nigerians to flee into the border area in the south-east of Niger. They are hosted here by families from the same ethnic background, but the poor nutrition situation leads to conflicts. This project follows on from a previous emergency-assistance project and enables the people to regain more autonomy. Goats, seed and fertilisers are distributed, as well as kits for “sack gardens”. Cash-for-work measures are used for restoring fields among other aims. There is also relevant training - open to refugees and their hosts.

Jan 2018

First Introduction

Feb 2021

End of Project

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Project Budget 2023

€ 2,548,418

Total Project Budget

  • Humanitarian Assistance

  • Agriculture & Environment

  • Nutrition

  • Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

  • Economic Development

  • Civil Society & Empowerment

Partner on site

    Financing partner

    • AA