Nearly 750K People Who Have Fled Boko Haram Militants In Northeastern Nigeria Face Food Insecurity, WFP Says

VOA News: Boko Haram Violence Increasing Hunger, Malnutrition in Region
“The World Food Programme (WFP) says it is scaling up aid for hundreds of thousands of hungry people, many severely malnourished, who have fled to Chad, Niger, and Cameroon to escape attacks by Boko Haram militants in northeastern Nigeria. According to the WFP, nearly three quarters of a million people in countries bordering Nigeria are facing a worsening food crisis linked to increased violence by Boko Haram militants…” (Schlein, 9/10).

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