U.S. Embassy to Send Five Nigerian IDP Youth on a Sports Visitors Program in the United States

The U.S. Mission to Nigeria is sending five young Nigerian football (soccer) talents currently residing in Internally Displaced Persons’ (IDP) camps and their chaperon to participate in a U.S. State Department sponsored Sports Visitor program from August 1-19, 2019. The five participants, three male and two female, were selected from IDP camps in Benue and ...
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USAID’s role in providing humanitarian assistance to the Boko Haram ravaged zone

USAID Mission Director Michael Harvey was on Tuesday March 14, 2017 a guest on a live-call in radio program on Armed Forces Radio 107.7 FM. During a 30 minutes program on ‘Home Sweet Home’ show, Harvey talked about what USAID is doing in providing humanitarian assistance to the people displaced by Boko Haram crisis in ...
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USAID ‘Deeply Engaged’ in Boko Haram Crisis Response A conversation with Mission Director Mike Harvey

As his three and-a-half year tour as USAID Mission Director in Nigeria winds down, Michael T. Harvey sat with Nigeria’s Armed Forces Radio to discuss the U.S. government’s response to the displacement and socio-economic impact of the Boko Haram insurgency on the population of the country’s northeast. In a wide-ranging interview with presenter Jude Kankara ...
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USAID Seed Donation Yields ‘Bumper Crop’

IDP and host communities transition from food distribution to food production Before the harvest, Mary Utsewa touched an ear of maize so large she could hardly get her hand around it.  She looked at the stalks reaching above her head and considered her good fortune.  Driven from her fields for three growing seasons by Boko ...
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