La chronique N°130 – March 2019

This issue of March 2019 speaks about a conflict that has been raging since 2009 in northeastern Nigeria.

Première Urgence Internationale is since April 2016 in the region to provide “integrated” humanitarian aid to tackle the crisis on all levels: nutrition and food security but also health and protection.

Since October 2018, psychological support is also offered.

Discover testimonies of women survivors of armed groups. You will also find the interview of the journalist Mathieu Dejan who went with Première Urgence Internationale in Maiduguri at the end of 2018.

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