The National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons has Inaugurated a library in Zamfara Internally Displaced Persons’ school.The pupils are children of displaced Persons taking refuge at the Tsunami IDP Camp in Gusau
Block of classrooms and conveniences were renovated and upgraded to standard level
The aim of the project according to the Commission is to provide conducive learning environment for persons of concerns
The Commission also provided free Medical outreach to one thousand Persons and distributed food and non food items to four hundred household
Inaugurating the project, the Minister of Humanitarian affairs and Disaster Management, Sadiya Farouk said the Medical outreach is under the project Total Health while the school library is under the project Educate All
The Minister adds that the project is aimed at ensuring that children in IDP Camps become the best version of themselves and the Government can only do so by encouraging them to read in order to lead.
She noted that the Introduction of the social Investment program by the APC administration has taken many Nigerians out of poverty
On his part, Zamfara State Governor, Bello Matawalle commend the federal government for assisting Zamfara IDPs, adding that the state government is also playing it’s part to ensure all Internally Displaced Persons Returned To their community
The Items distributed includes Rice, Maize, Millet, Vegetable oil, Water Buckets, Blankets and Kettle among other items.