Abuja - Women and children traumatised by the insurgency in the Northeast are set to receive psychological support to deal with the setback.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is funding the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to provide such services.
According to the agency, the reintegration process is in partnership with the Government of Nigeria and mobile teams, which included protection advisors, psychologists, social workers, and educators.
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USAID added that IOM was training local caseworkers on psycho-social support for families of those who were abducted to help with the reintegration process and support the recovery of those who survived the abuse.
Insurgency in northeastern Nigeria has displaced more than 2.1 million people.
- CAJ News