Drug abuse as a conflict accelerant in Northcentral Nigeria
Community leaders believe youth drug abuse is a disturbing factor accelerating violent conflicts in Northern Nigeria. What approaches are there to resolve this, in the bid to build cohesive communities?
October 13, 2021
Transforming Northeast Nigeria through innovative agricultural interventions
An insight into how Mercy Corps Nigeria is helping farmers harvest rich benefits through innovative agricultural programs.
October 12, 2021
Improving access to WASH, conflict mitigation and agriculture in Adamawa
In a round of visits to Adamawa state government, Mercy Corps Africa Regional Director and Nigeria Country Director discuss strategies for improving access to WASH, agriculture, and conflict mitigation.
August 27, 2021
FCMB partners Mercy Corps to uplift 500,000 farmers in North-East Nigeria
Smallholder farmers and SMEs, including women and youths to receive improved agricultural and financial services, thanks to a new partnership between Mercy Corps Nigeria and First City Monument Bank.
August 18, 2021
Climate change: Rural communities in Borno face worsening food insecurity
Idrissa, a struggling farmer in Gwoza community, Borno state shares an account on how climate change has impacted farming and food production in his village.
August 17, 2021
International Youth Day 2021: Promoting the role of youths in peacebuilding
CIPP-supported local youth groups in various states joined their peers around the world to implement youth-led activities in commemoration of 2021 International Youth Day.
August 16, 2021
Addressing the impacts of climate change in resource based conflict-affected communities
With rural communities grappling to survive the aftereffects of farmer-herder conflict in northeast Nigeria, we share insight on the impact of climate change natural resources mapping can help communities resolve disputes.