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Nigeria: Treating severely malnourished children
Ten years of conflict in Nigeria’s Borno State, has forced more than 1 million people from their homes, leaving many of them, especially children vulnerable and severely malnourished.
Clinical Nutritionist, Job Kamanda, worked in northeast Nigeria in 2016. In this video, he describes how children who had spent almost two months in the forest due to conflict, survived malnutrition in an MSF facility.