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Multi-Year Resilience Programme: Yobe Communities Benefits From Dignity Kits Distribution

By Khalid Idris 

Communities of Dikumari, Nasarawa, Pompomari, Tsamiya Tara and Nayinawa Area II in Yobe state have benefitted from the distribution of dignity kits by a non-governmental organization, Street Child and Yobe Peace & Community Development Initiative (YOPCODI).

Speaking on behalf of the benefiting communities, the Headmistress of Pompomari Primary School, Zara Alhaji Adam appreciated YOPCODI and Street Child for the gesture.  

Also the community head Ahmed Muhammad Musa said, "We are deeply thankful for these dignity kits. They will make a significant difference in the lives of our children and families." 

The distribution of the dignity kits which was launched at the Pompomari Primary School, was graced by members of the School-Based Management Committees (SBMC) of schools of the benefiting communities.

Also in attendance at the occasion, included the Community Coalition Chairman Bunu Adamu, the PTA chairman, the women's Leader of Pompomari, along with community leaders and parents/caregivers.

According to the communication officer of Street Child, Abdulrazaz Yakubu, the initiative is part of the Multi-Year Resilience Programme (MYRP), funded by Education Cannot Wait (ECW) and implemented by Street Child as the lead partner. 

Yakubu explained that the project is sub-granted to YOPCODI to be executed in Damaturu and Potiskum Local Government Areas of Yobe state.

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