The Fadama lll additional financing project in Yobe has distributed goats, sheep's and assorted food items to 40 households affected by Boko haram insurgency in Malam Mattari village, Yobe State.
The state Fadama lll coordinator, Musa A. Garba, said after launching the distribution that every household received a set of three sheep and a ram or three female goats and a male goat to improve their economic status.
"The 40 benefitting households were provided with an option goats and sheep for animal husbandry, while assorted grains, oil and condiments are for food support" he said
The coordinator said that a total of 5,320 households in 20 communities from 14 local government areas in the state would benefit from the
Alhaji Mustapha Gajerema, Yobe commissioner for agriculture who flagged off the distribution described as a way of supporting the insurgency victims to improve their livelihoods
He said the state government was quick to settled its N20 million counterpart fund to benefit from the N274 million World Bank grant, so as improve the livelihoods of the beneficiaries.
"Government will continue to meet all its obligations by paying counterpart fund contributions for all agencies such as Fadama and IFAD." he said
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