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Following the conflict in the North-eastern region of Nigeria which started some years ago, According to a report published by the Internally Displaced Monitoring Center, it is stated that over 1 million people who are internally displaced (IDPs) remain affected today.

Over the past six years, the main area of assistance to IDPs in the North-eastern part of Nigeria has been in providing them with housing, while livelihood programs have been implemented. Many thanks to non-governmental organizations.

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Beyond the larger focus on housing, there are many recommendation for sustainable livelihood programs for IDPs that are expanded to include access to financial services, social capital, skills and knowledge, reintegrating them into the society and other issues that focus on those IDPs that are extremely vulnerable.

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Part of the assistance so far is provision of basic livelihood for the IDPs in Durumi District, Abuja, Nigeria, West Africa as you can see the picture attached.

Yes, More things still need to be done for them to make their condition even better than it is presently!

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