Dinatu Dauda once lived in Gwoza, Borno State with her husband, who was a small-scale farmer. Prior to the invasion of their community by Boko Haram insurgents, she eked a living from farm produce sales in a make-shift stall in front of her residence.
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) project funded through Caritas Norway and implemented by Caritas Nigeria in communities affected by insurgency in Adamawa and Borno States, leverages inclusive platforms to implement interventions aimed at improving the livelihood of vulnerable households and individuals in the region
Aisha Ali is a grandmother, who depended on charities for her upkeep. Following her displacement from her home in Marte, Borno State, Aisha made her way to the Sulumburi Dogon Yaro internally displaced persons’ camp in Maiduguri, Borno State, a facility that lacked basic amenities, such as tents, water, electricity and washrooms.