The T 200 Foundation has distributed food, drinks and other relief materials to over 7, 000 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Borno State.
The Guardian reports that the displaced persons include 4, 195 children, 1, 555 women and 2, 250 men at the Christian Association in Nigeria (CAN) EYN IDP camp, Maiduguri, the state capital.
Executive Director of the foundation, Emmanuel Osadebay disclosed that they are feeding hungry persons living in IDP camps in the Northeast, adding that the displaced persons are in camps for over eight years, with inadequate food to overcome hunger.
He added that the Foundation also provides grants that support local services including food and shelter for the IDPs affected by the over a decade conflict in the state.
Speaking on the IDP children, he said that they are awarded with packaged gifts containing food, drinks, biscuits and chocolates for winnings in the memorization of the 26 alphabets, counting from one-100 and current affairs.