Behind the Lens in Northeast Nigeria: Halima’s Story

Displacement Emergency Response Nutrition Nigeria Behind the Lens
WFP/Elizabeth Bryant

On this Behind the Lens recording, World Food Programme Communications Officer, Lisa Bryant shares the story of Halima and her three children. She met them on her recent trip to the Gubio camp for internally displaced people in Northeast Nigeria where millions of people face looming famine as a result of conflict.

“Halima told me that she is very happy that her children are no longer hungry and that they don’t suffer from malnutrition,” Bryant shares.

With your support, WFP is able to provide nutritional support and food for millions of families like Halima’s that have left their homes in search of peace. When women and children escape violence, you can help make sure that they have a nourishing meal when they at long last arrive to safety. You can deliver hope to families as they await the chance to return home.

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