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IDP Throwback

Today we are taking a memory down the line to 2018 when the Naza Agape Foundation visited an Internally Displaced (IDP) Camp in Jos South LGA of Plateau State Nigeria, and saw how so many people had lost hope and all their means of survival.

Most of their families and relatives were killed in the 2018 crisis in the state. More than 500 people were killed and over 5,000 were displaced as of then.

Our team came to the camp, counseled them, especially the children, put them through a series of trauma counseling sessions, and also educated them.

This was apart from the donations of clothes, foodstuffs, footwear, and other items we donated to the camp.
Today, we are happy to share that some of the children we identified with are now in higher institutions through the Naza Agape Foundation, while others were empowered to start up their businesses.
Has the crisis stopped? No
It’s even worse than before, the painful part of the story is that on Christmas Eve of 2023, more than 300 people were killed and more than 10,000 people displaced, this is aside from those at the hospital that escaped death.
We need more support for those affected by the crisis.
There’s so much we can do together to change the world, one life at a time, one child at a time.
Join the Naza Agape Foundation today, we have a lot to do together

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