The ongoing Anglophone Crisis which started in 2016 has recorded a wide range of devastating consequences to the people of Nso within all classes. Due to insecurity, many people have been displaced, school buildings destroyed in the scotch-earth tactics deployed by the military in the Anglophone regions. Over 117 villages have been razed to the ground. The consequence has been internally displaced people, no access to education for children of school-going-age with direct and indirect consequences ranging from human loss, the loss of teachers who are intellectual vessels for the community. This has adversely affected formal education Nso. Some people have been able to afford to relocate to other towns and keep their children in school but for most left behind or in new cities with no community ties, it has been five years of no entry into a classroom.
This project is a joint collaboration of NSODA and BFU-USA to focus on the following: