“I am happy with the separation of male and female facilities”, says Tamar Bukar

“I am happy with the separation of male and female facilities”, says Tamar Bukar

“I am happy with the separation of male and female facilities”, says Tamar Bukar, who, along with her family, is among the more than 500 displaced persons recently rescued from the Sambisa forest and now settling into Bakassi camp in Maiduguri. UNICEF has built an additional 100 ventilated pit latrines to meet their needs, making a total of 424 latrines, 350 birth shelters and four solar powered boreholes with 12,000 litre storage tanks at the camp. UNICEF is working in many camps and communities in Borno state to expand support for health, nutrition and water sanitation and hygiene services for people affected by the conflict in northeast Nigeria.
“I am happy with the separation of male and female facilities”, says Tamar Bukar “I am happy with the separation of male and female facilities”, says Tamar Bukar Reviewed by lawson james on January 04, 2017 Rating: 5

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