Cards distributed to enumerated male and female heads of households and wives in male-headed households that identified them to receive money (between 50,000 and 100,000 naira, or US$116 to and US$232) for livelihood support prior to the Bakassi camp shutdowns in November 2021. Funds distributed were too little to provide any meaningful support for displaced families forced to move out of the camp and build their lives afresh, and were instead often spent on immediate needs.

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