Doctors Without Borders (MSF) care not only for the medical well-being of the people in Maiduguri, north-eastern Nigeria, but also for their physical well-being by providing food.
Maiduguri has become home to nearly one million people who have had to flee their homes in Borno state, due to conflict between the military and armed groups such as Boko Haram.
During the month of December, MSF distributed food to 500 families living Maiduguri, to last them for two weeks. Each parcel contained 25 kilograms of millet, five kilograms of beans and five litres of palm oil, as well as eight bars of soap.
The last three months has seen MSF distribute 810 tonnes of food, providing sustenance to 26 000 families.
Image: Malik Samuel/MSF
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