Remember Me, a documentary that tells the story of people who have been forced to flee their homes due to the Boko Haram conflict in North-East Nigeria, has received five Official Selections at International Film Festivals, including an Award and Honourable Mention.

This documentary highlights some of the experiences of Internally Displaced People 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.

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The Documentary Timeline

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Documentary Showing at IDP Area 1 Camp

We showed the documentary at a special viewing at the Area 1 IDP Camp. It was important to show it to the people that matter the most – the people who’s stories are being told. Watch their reaction at the viewing below.

A cross-section of boys in the camp

A cross-section of women at the viewing

The amazing Rashida at the viewing

Watch the Documentary

Runtime: 32 minutes 23 seconds

Language: English and Hausa (with subtitles)

Film rated: PG

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