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CRS helps survivors as generous, but strained, host communities cope with scarce resources and climate change.
It was November 2014, market day in Damasak, a trading town in the northeastern Nigerian state of Borno, and Moustapha Korimi was selling rice he had harvested from his farm.
CRS and USAID serve displaced survivors and host communities in safer but now more crowded regions.
More than 1.5 million people have been affected by the violence and terrorism of Boko Haram. Yet in Niger, one of the poorest nations in the world, families are opening their doors and offering everything they have: shelter, food and solidarity.
Vouchers offer food and household options to Nigerian families stressed by displacement.
Bintu Abubacar’s family escaped unimaginable violence but found themselves in dire need.