CSI is active in seven states of Nigeria. Working in collaboration with reliable partners on the ground, it seeks to provide medical assistance to victims of terrorist attacks, financial support to displaced persons, care for orphaned and marginalised children, and access to food and water for internally displaced persons.
Emergency appeal, March 2019
Mass displacement in Nigeria: your help is urgently needed!
Millions of men, women and children in Nigeria have been driven from their homes as a result of attacks by Boko Haram jihadists and Fulani militants. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the United Nations and CSI’s local partners in Nigeria have sounded the alarmover the situation in the northeast, which has dramatically worsened in recent weeks. Tens of thousands fleeing attack have sought refuge in already crowded towns and camps for the internally displaced where living conditions are deplorable. Owing to the security risk, international agencies have been forced to withdraw aid workers, leaving displaced people even more vulnerable. CSI works with reliable Christian partners in the area who are ready to provide immediate emergency aid to the victims.
75 francs will provide a family with enough food and basic essentials for one month. A survival pack includes rice, maize, beans, oil, milk and soap. Please give generously to save innocent people from starvation. To donate, please visit one of the country pages listed below.