There is great potential in everyone
Through My Mother’s Eyes
A children’s book using stories and illustrations to depict the lives of children living in protracted displacement in camps and host communities. It highlights some of the challenges they face, their dreams of a future outside the walls of the camp, and the tough decisions a mother has to make to provide for her family. Learning and education give them hope for a better future. However, not every child gets that chance. This book aims to help create awareness about their need for support while living in camps to help rebuild their lives with dignity.
Available as an eBook and audiobook in English and French.
This documentary tells the story of people who have been forced to flee their homes due to the Boko Haram conflict in North-East Nigeria and highlights some of their experiences living in camps and host communities. Despite all that they have been through, they have not given up on their dreams. This documentary shows their strength and resilience through the process of trying to rebuild their lives with dignity. It also demonstrates solutions that empower displaced persons to improve their state of mind, earn a living, and end their protracted displacement.
It aims to inform, educate and raise awareness.
My Name is Aisha tells the stories of people displaced from Borno, Adamawa and Yobe States in 2014 who now live in the Area 1 IDP Camp, Durumi, Abuja.
“I want to see a world where people who have been forced to flee their homes can rebuild their lives with dignity and end their protracted displacement.” ~ Toluwalola Kasali