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Reference : V-P-NG-E-00985
Date : 26/04/2019
Country/Region : NIGERIA
Caption : Adamawa State, near the capital city of Yola, Wuro Dadi village. A woman cooks tuwo, a staple meal in Northern Nigeria. It is usually made from corn, millet or rice flour. To help them plant their farms again, ICRC distributed maize and rice seeds to the families.
Photographer : BAIYE, Adavize
Confidentiality level : public
Publication restrictions : publication without restrictions
Copyright : ICRC
Description : ICRC website, photo gallery of 10.07.2019: Wuro Dadi families get seeds, farm inputs to rebuild

In April, two hundred families in Wuro Dadi, a village in Adamawa state, Nigeria, received from the maize, rice and cowpea seeds. Each family also received a cash grant for the purchase of food and tools. This was part of a wider agricultural support programme that the International Committee of the Red Cross carried out for more than 80,000 families that were affected by armed conflict and violence.
The daily lives of the people of Wuro Dadi were recently disrupted by communal violence, further exacerbating the humanitarian challenges already posed by the Lake Chad conflict, now in its tenth year. Houses, property and farm produce were destroyed during the violence leaving the entire community with very limited resources to sustain its livelihood.
Resolution : 7952x5304
Orientation : landscape
Colour/B&W : colour