Humanitarian Crisis In Northeast Nigeria Continues 10 Years After Start Of Violent Insurgency; U.N., Aid Partners Urge Increased Efforts

U.N. News: Ten years on, crisis in Nigeria ‘far from over’; U.N. and humanitarian partners urge support for millions still affected
“Ten years after the start of a violent insurgency in north-east Nigeria plunged the country into a humanitarian crisis that is ‘still far from over,’ the United Nations and its aid partners have underscored the need to ‘collectively redouble efforts’ to help the most vulnerable…” (8/1).

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