REACH-4: Providing food security for the most vulnerable in Damboa, Borno state
13,436 households in Damboa, Borno, benefit from Mercy Corps Nigeria’s Responsive Economic Assistance to Conflict-Affected Households (REACH-4), as the program phases out into a new program.
July 27, 2021
Mercy Corps, with support from the EU, empower Bama with houses, transformers, boreholes, and skills center
Bama was hard hit by the conflict in Northeast Nigeria, with many of its structures razed to the ground. Thanks to EU funding, the community is recovering, having received essential shelter and community structures.
July 26, 2021
How participatory natural resource mapping can help communities avoid conflicts
Lessons on how communities can engage in joint resource mapping to avoid conflicts arising from competition over natural resources—a major issue fueling the farmer-herder crisis in Northeast Nigeria.
July 07, 2021
Youth livelihood intervention provides a ray of hope for Hajartu’s family
Hajartu is a youth livelihood participant of Mercy Corps BRICC program, who is supporting her internally displaced parents with income from her sewing and cap-making businesses.
June 22, 2021
Improving food and nutrition security
Up to 20,000 smallholder maize and rice farmers to be supported in Adamawa and Gombe states under Mercy Corps Rural Resilience Activity’s Enterprise Investment Fund partnership with Meadow Foods.
June 21, 2021
Sharing lessons for stabilizing peace in Northeast Nigeria
How can communities recovering from the prolonged crisis in Northeast Nigeria restore peace? We share lessons and recommendations for promoting peace in fragile contexts.