Wives of Boko Haram Militants Seek A New Start
The wives of slain Boko Haram militants are often left to fend for themselves after their husbands are killed or arrested by Nigerian security forces. A local non-governmental organization in Nigeria is helping the women become financially independent, Chika Oduah of VOA's reports from Maiduguri.
VOA, 27 July 2018
In a brand new, two-story building adjacent to a sluggish stream and low-cost housing units, dozens of women, all draped in brightly colored hijabs, listen to their teacher. Read more »
The wives of slain Boko Haram militants.
The Future Prowess Islamic Foundation school teaches children whose parents are members or supporters of the armed group, Boko Haram.
Hadiza Ali hopes to open a shop where she can sell the bags and shoes that she produces.
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