FROM THE FIELD: Niger supporting the most susceptible, as crises install


Eighteen-year-old Cherif was required to leave his town in northern Nigeria to Niger 4 years back. UNOCHA/Eve Sabbagh.

Presently, around 10 percent of the population of the West African nation, around 2.3 million individuals, needs humanitarian help to endure.
Dispute, environment modification and the arrival of refugees from surrounding nations have actually all integrated to increase the variety of individuals who are not getting enough to consume, in what is currently among the world’s poorest countries.
Today, the Nigerien federal government, with the assistance of UN companies, is assisting the most susceptible individuals.
The UN humanitarian company’s Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Ursula Mueller, just recently took a trip to Niger to satisfy a few of the those who are benefitting. Learn more about their stories here.


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