Sex Boom: IDPs’ Camps in Borno Record 3,000 Births in 6 Months

The Internally Displaced Persons camps in Borno State recorded no fewer than 3,000 births in six months.
This was disclosed by the Borno State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) on Monday.
SEMA Chairman, Satomi Ahmad, said it registered 3,000 births among Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the past six months.
Satomi said the births were registered at various camps located in the state capital between January and June.
He explained that the birth records showed significant increase in view of the high number of couples staying at the camps.
He saud: “We recorded 3,000 births among IDPs in the last six months. The mothers were supported with drugs and reproductive kits.”
The SEMA boss said the agency was working in collaboration with the state’s Ministry of Health to support expectant mothers and enhance reproductive health management in the camps.
The Chairman said SEMA had provided ambulances to enhance referral services and reduce mortality.

Author: News Editor

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