Caruurta Ugu Badan Dunida Oo Waxbarshada Kaharay

On 27 March, girls carry buckets filled with water, in the Kwanaya camp for internally displaced people, outside Yola, the capital of Adamawa, a state in the country’s north-east. Other children, women and men are gathered nearby. UNICEF supports the operation of a small clinic and helps maintain a supply of fresh drinking water in the camp.

In March 2015 in Nigeria, 15.5 million people, including 7.3 million children, are affected by the continuing crisis in the country’s north-eastern region. More than 1.2 million Nigerians have fled their homes as a result of violence and attacks by Boko Haram insurgents that have escalated since the beginning of 2015. Many of the displaced, most of whom are children and women, are sheltering with in host communities that have limited resources, and in formal and informal camps. All are in urgent need basic supplies, health and nutrition services, and critical water sanitation and hygiene support to prevent the spread of disease. Over 150,000 people – the vast majority children and women – have also fled to neighbouring Cameroon, Chad and Niger, further straining vulnerable communities – some of which are already facing food insecurity and malnutrition, are prone to disease outbreaks and natural disasters, and often already host hundreds of thousands of refugees, returnees and migrants who have escaped violence and hardship throughout the region. The impact of the crisis on children and women is of particular concern. Many of them have lost their homes and belongings –escaping with only the clothing they were wearing; and some have walked for days – or even weeks – to find refuge. Many children in the region have been traumatized and are in need of psychosocial support. They have witnessed violence and atrocities, including seeing parents and siblings slaughtered by Boko Haram insurgents; and have been exposed to or have experienced violence and brutality. Their homes have been burned and their schools have bee

Wasaaradda waxbarashada Nigeria ayaa sheegtay in kala bar caruurta caalamka aysan heysan waxbarasho, waxayna ku noolyihiin  kala bar caruurtaas dalka Nigeria.

Hadalkaani ayaa waxaa sheegay xoghayaha  joogtada ah ee wasaaradda waxbarashada Nigeria kaasi oo furayay golaha waxbarashada qaranka dalkaasi.

Waxaa jira ku dhawaad 20 Milyan oo caruur ah,  kuwaasi oo aan usuurto galin in ay ku biiraan Iskuullada  kala bar caruurtaan waxay ku noolyihiin Nigeria.

Dowladda Nigeria iyo qaar ka mida hay’adaha waxbarashada gaarka ah, ayaa waxay dadaallo ku bixiyeen sanadihii ugu dambeeyay  waxbarashada si caruurta ay u helaan waxbarasho iskuulladana ay u aadaan, balse dadaalladaas ma noqan kuwo kaafiya.

Nigeria in ka badan 6 sano waxaa ka socday dagaallo u dhaxeeya kooxda Boko Haraam iyo dowladda, waxayna keeneen dagaalladaas in ay dhintaan tobanaan kun oo qof, halka ay barakaceen 6 malyan oo kale.

Dowladda Nigeria ayaa ah dowladda ugu weyn qaaradda Africa  dhanka dadka, dadka ku nool Nigeria ayaa waxay gaarayaan 182 malyan oo qof,  waxaana degan 150 kooxood oo qabaa’ilo kala duwan ah.

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