Emergency and early recovery intervention benefits thousands in Adamawa State

Tuesday, 02 May 2017 16:41

Caritas Nigeria with support from Caritas Internationalis member organizations (CI-MOs) implemented in 2015 emergency and early recovery interventions that impacted over 19,000f beneficiaries in several north-eastern communities of Nigeria.

The communities involved include Sangere Bode, Sangere Futy, Vinikilang, and St Theresa’s IDP camp in Yola and Girei Local lovernment areas area of Adamawa State. The intervention cut across various areas of the development sector such as peacebuilding, psychosocial support, health and WASH and remarkably exceeded the initial 12,000 benefiaries earmarked at the beginning of the intervention.

Psychosocial support training

Preace-building training

Psychosoical support

Cross-section of participants during an Interreligious dialogue session

School children with some community mobilizers during community sensitization


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