Caritas Nigeria recently distributed start-up kits to 200 vulnerable women and youth, who completed a 3-week training in eco-friendly stove production. The beneficiaries were drawn from 8 communities across Bama, Gwoza, Madagali, and Michika LGAs in Adamawa and Borno States.
Under the Comprehensive Humanitarian Emergency Response and Economic Recovery for Sustainable Livelihoods in Nigeria (CHEERS-flex) Project funded by Utenriks departementet (Norge) through Caritas Norge, the initiative aimed to increase household incomes and stimulate local economies in targeted communities while promoting environmentally-friendly practices.
Each beneficiary received 4 units of lapa sheets, Copa nails, alloy zinc, amangiri medium, flat bars, scissors, hammers, iron pencils, and chisels.

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