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  • Two children walk under the 'wall of death'
  • Fishermen on Lake Victoria
  • IRIN and GPPi discussion on the Grand Bargain in June 2017
  • Hate leaflets
    Hate leaflets
  • Rift valley IDP house
  • A farm in the backyard of Bakasi Camp has proven successful at producing watermelons and vegetables
    A farm in the backyard of Bakasi IDP camp has proven successful at producing watermelons and vegetables
  • Former president Olusegun Obasanjo, center, and Borno State Governor Kashim Shettima, right, examine seeds
    Former president Olusegun Obasanjo, center, and Borno State Governor Kashim Shettima, right, examine seeds
  • IDP Nigeria
  • child soldiers drawing
  • Ex-girl combatants return to school
    Returning former girl soldiers in school
  • A Fulani herdsman in Kaduna. Pastoralists and farmers in Kaduna and Nasarawa states have been affected by violence over long stretches of time.
  • Fulani cows in Kaduna
  • Pastor Gordon Matum has registered more than 2,590 displaced men, women, and children for the feeding programme at Kafanchan.
  • Internally displaced women wait for registration in the railway town of Kafanchan. There are people here from Goska, along with other villages – Godo Godo, Misisi, Mile One, Pasakori, Tundun Wada.
  • Victims wait for a daily food ration provided by the Catholic Church and well-wishers in the grounds of a primary school at Kafanchan.
  • This man's home was torched when Fulani herdsmen attacked Goska village last year. Bullet holes and abandoned, burned-out buildings in Goska are evidence something sudden and terrible happened there.
  • Dangoma district head, Mahmood Suleiman, denies his community's involvement in the violence.
  • Moses Berde, Goska village head, explains that more than 40 people were killed and over 100 homes destroyed in back-to-back attacks on 24 and 25 December last year.
  • mum and kid IDPs
  • waiting for food

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