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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Nigeria, Kiribiri, Borno State, 12 April 2018  In Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states in northeast Nigeria, Boko Haram violence is affecting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Over 5 million people are facing hunger and 450,000 children are severely malnourished.  On April 12, the community leader of Kiribiri village on the outskirts of Maiduguri, signed a contract with FADAMA coordination office of Borno state for three years, letting 50 poor youth in the village use his private 2 hectare of land for irrigated and rain fed crop production. This agreement is made to implement the plans under the WFP/ FADAMA partnership project supported by the World Bank. Four villages, including Kiribiri, are involved in the project, benefiting about 7,000 households (35 000 people) through various interventions. WFP is now registering participants into WFP's electronic beneficiary platform, SCOPE.   The project beneficiaries will get 17,000 Naira (USD 47) per household to bridge the food gap until they are able to harvest their crops or otherwise benefit from the projects and put food on the table themselves.  In the Photo: People from Kiribiri.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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