Three years on from Boko Haram kidnapping nearly 300 schoolgirls from the town of Chibok in Nigeria, watch our Peacebuilding Adviser Kim Toogood discuss the challenges that those abducted continue to face when they return home.
Together with UNICEF we found that many women and girls are stigmatised because of their time in captivity, particularly those who have children born from Boko Haram sexual violence. Kim discusses these findings and how we are supporting communities torn apart by the violence. She also reflects on the devastating impact that the insurgency group are having on the wider region.
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