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ZAMFARA GOVT REITERATES COMMITMENT TO HUMANITARIAN, EMERGENCIES ISSUES

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ZAMFARA GOVT REITERATES COMMITMENT TO HUMANITARIAN, EMERGENCIES ISSUES

The Zamfara State Government has reaffirmed its continuous support for the improvement of well-being of the IDPs and vulnerable households.


In a statement issued in Gusau on Wednesday by the Director Information, Ministry for Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Bashir Kabiru-Ahmad.
He said the state government also reiterated its continued commitments to humanitarian and emergencies issues in the state.


According to the statement, the State  Commissioner for Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Fa’ika Ahmad stated this  shortly after a meeting with a delegation from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Gusau.


“The commissioner assured the state government’s commitments towards the success of the organization expressing state government’s efforts under Gov Bello Matawalle in uplifting socio-economic status of the state.
“Fa’ika Ahmad maintained that the state Ministry for Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development remains resolute in its response to humanitarian crisis, emergencies and coordination of all social protection programmes in the state.

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“She however assures the administration of Governor Bello Muhammad Matawalle’s support to any organization and the stakeholders who are determined to relentlessly work for the betterment of the State”, Kabir-Ahmad explained.
“Earlier speaking, the leader of the delegation and Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist Prof. Salisu Muhammad says they are in the state for Livelihood and Food Security Needs Assessment with a view to fact-finding the actual need of the state.


“Muhammad briefed the Commissioner on the forthcoming Consultative and Stakeholders Meeting aimed at collectively prioritizing on the areas of intervention that FAO could focus on in agriculture and livelihoods.
“Meanwhile, the Commissioner  announces upgrade of the ministry’s  Humanitarian and Disaster Contact Strategies for Improved Service Delivery which according to her will create more avenues for the people of the state to have easier access to the services of the ministry”, he added.

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