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28 May
In 2021, sub-Saharan Africa counted the most internal movements, with more than five million displacements reported in Ethiopia alone, as the country grappled with the raging and expanding Tigray conflict and a devastating drought. That marks the highest figure ever registered for a single country.
2 May 2021
Seven Internally Displaced Persons have been confirmed dead after armed herdsmen attack a community hosting IDP camp in Makurdi.
19 Feb 2021
86 IDP households in Northeast to benefit from free housing scheme
11 Jan 2021
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5 Jan 2021
'Look into the plights of IDPs', Governor Zulum appeals to NEMA
14 Aug 2019
Gov. Ortom vows to punish violators of 10-year-old IDP
30 Jul 2019
Caregivers seek help for IDPs in Edo state.
22 Jun 2019
African Diplomatic Group gives aid to IDPs.
24 Feb 2018
UN seeks new strategy in tackling IDP issues.
1 Nov 2017
Kanu, Diouf seek to help IDPs, to play novelty match in Kano
3 Oct 2017
Returning IDPs in Yobe seek more assistance.
1 Oct 2017
Plight of IDPs - U.S ambassador visits displaced persons in Edo.

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