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Since 2015, about 300,000 Nigerians have fled from the Boko Haram terror group into the border area of neighbouring Niger, which is also unstable. This has further worsened the nutrition situation, which was precarious in any case. This project distributes seed, sometimes together with gardening equipment. Demonstration fields are set up for training purposes. Building wells and latrines, and related hygiene training, should ensure clean water and improved health. Cash-for-work measures help increase local purchasing power. Both refugees and host families are included.

Nov 2018

First Introduction

Jul 2021

End of Project

€ 877,391

Project Budget 2020

€ 1,838,036

Total Project Budget

  • Humanitarian Assistance

  • Agriculture & Environment

  • Nutrition

  • Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

  • Economic Development

  • Civil Society & Empowerment

Partner on site

    Financing partner