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Tale of Untold hardship in several IDPs camps in Abuja!

We had yet another life-imparting pre-outreach visit again to the Internally Displaced Camps in Durumi and Kabusa  both in the suburbs of the Federal Capital Territory Abuja with our Great Team powered by ADIES, an Abuja based NGO advocating for sustainable development and Inclusion across board in collaboration with DotunRoy.com We had great interactive sessions with these victims of circumstances ...

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ICEED: Australia Empowers the Internally Displaced Persons in Adamawa State

The Australian High Commission in partnership with the International Centre for Energy, Environment and Development has provided institutional clean cookstoves to Internally Displaced Persons in Malkohi and Fufore camps in Adamawa State. This is the second time in 2 years the High Commission is providing the much needed support in expanding access to safe fuels and energy for IDPs in ...

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IDPs Camp Bombing: An unwarranted ploy to decongest the IDP Camps?

By Oladotun Roy If I choose to be passive and indifferent and act as though nothing happened, particularly about the yesterday bombing of the IDPs camp in Borno State then I would be worse than hypocrite.  This is because anyone who has been following my blogposts can attest to the fact that I have been on the vanguard advocating for ...

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Most Anticipated Abuja Charity Carnival for IDPs holds on 29th October

Do you know there are well over 2.5 million Nigerians that are internally displaced across the country with spilling over population to other neighbouring African Countries? So rise up and be #IDPsHelplingHands on the 29th October as we celebrate, support and restore the hope of these special Nigerians at Abuja Charity Carnival 2016. The Abuja Charity Carnival roadshow Truck and ...

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“We have been ill with no medical attention and food” – Victor, an IDP boy

BY OLADOTUN FADEYIYE We may choose to feign ignorance of their existence in our midst. We may even consider their plights such as living in shanties and squalor, their bad health conditions in their various camps particularly within the suburbs of Federal Capital Territory as none of our business. However, we may never be able to ignore the consequences of ...

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