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Displaced women and children rest and play in the construction site of the new palace for the Emir of Anka

Displaced women and children rest and play in the construction site of the new palace for the Emir of Anka turned into a camp for internally displaced people (IDPs), on April 16, 2021 in Anka, Zamfara state, northwestern Nigeria. Some 6.8 million people in northern Nigeria will not know where their next meal will come from at the height of the annual hunger season from June to August, as conflict spreads from the Northeast to the Northwest – engulfing the entire northern states of Nigeria according to a new assessment.

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Displaced women and children rest and play in the construction site of the new palace for the Emir of Anka turned into a camp for internally displaced people (IDPs), on April 16, 2021 in Anka, Zamfara state, northwestern Nigeria. Some 6.8 million people in northern Nigeria will not know where their next meal will come from at the height of the annual hunger season from June to August, as conflict spreads from the Northeast to the Northwest – engulfing the entire northern states of Nigeria according to a new assessment.