New USAID Livelihoods Activity Will Benefit 15,000 Conflict-affected Farmers in Adamawa

Yola – On August 19, 2021, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) launched a new activity that will improve livelihoods and strengthen the resilience of 15,000 rural vulnerable households against environmental, economic, and social shocks and stressors. In a ceremony here, Acting Deputy Director for USAID’s Economic Growth and Environment Office Jodi Kaye Wade joined ...
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USAID Distributes 5.2 Million Storybooks to 157,000 Early Primary Grade Learners in Adamawa and Gombe

Gombe – The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has supported the distribution of supplementary Hausa reading materials – Ina Son Karatu! (I Want to Read! in Hausa) – to 157,000 primary grade learners in Adamawa and Gombe states. The USAID Strengthening Education in Northeast Nigeria (SENSE) activity, implemented by the American University of Nigeria ...
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U.S. provides Household Equipment to Promote Resilience in HIV-Vulnerable Adamawa Families

Yola – On April 22, 2021, the Director of U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Office of HIV and TB Control, Rachel Goldstein, joined  Chief of staff to Adamawa State, Prof. Maxwell Michael Gidado, at a virtual ceremony to start distribution of equipment and machines to foster self-reliance among vulnerable households.  The donation of equipment ...
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Press Statement – Terrorist Attack in Nigeria

Press Statement Heather Nauert Department Spokesperson Washington, DC November 21, 2017 The United States condemns today’s terrorist attack in Mubi, Adamawa State and extends our sincere condolences to the Nigerian people and the families of the victims killed in the attack. That the victims were targeted and killed in a place of worship demonstrates yet ...
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