Between July and September 2022, our team in Niger organised three food distributions in the south-west of the country. More than 7,500 displaced people and their host families from agropastoral communities received food aid. Djibo Mazou Boubacar, who headed the operation, answered our questions a few months later, following a satisfaction survey.
The urgency of feeding displaced families in Niger
In south-western Niger, the population is being hit hard by soaring food prices. Uprooted by jihadist violence, entire families are currently going through a serious food crisis, against a backdrop of climate change and war in Ukraine. With the support of the European Union, we are distributing food packs to them.
Family livestock farming & food and nutrition security
In Africa, improving the potential of family livestock farming allows livestock keepers to feed their families and improve their well-being. Through concrete examples, discover in this infographics the links between the improvement of family livestock farming’s potential and the improvement of household food and nutrition security in Africa.