Niger: Diffa - a region devastated by the Boko Haram crisis

11 May 2017

For years, the Diffa region in southeastern Niger, which borders Nigeria and Chad, has suffered the consequences of the armed conflict between Boko Haram and the armies of the area. Around 240,000 people have had their lives interrupted by the conflict, and have been forced to live in the camps for internally displaced and refugees that have proliferated throughout the region, with little hope for the future. Most of these people are totally dependent on humanitarian aid.


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