IN THE NEWS

2016

AUN Joins International Experts on Hausa Readers for Nigeria, Cameroon on AUN News – September 28, 2016

Local action to protect communities in Nigeria in Forced Migration Review – September 2016 Edition

Famine Threatens Northeast Nigeria on PRWeb – September 21, 2016

American University Of Nigeria President On Boko Haram, Severe Famine Threat on NPR’s Here & Now / WBUR 90.9 – September 16, 2016

The American University of Nigeria and the Adamawa Peace Initiative in Council on Foreign Relations’ blog, Africa in Transition – September 14, 2016

Nigerian university tackles extremism and hunger in BBC – August 17, 2016

‘Humanitarian Catastrophe’ Looms in Nigeria’s Northeast on VOA – July 8, 2016

Nigerian Non-Profit Uses Education To Transform The Lives Of Girls Who Escaped Boko Haram on Girl Talk HQ  – June 27, 2016

“Feed and Read” Program Focuses on Hunger, Literacy on PRWeb – June 9, 2016

Why Captured Chibok Schoolgirls Can’t Always Go Home Again on Voice of America – May 20, 2016

Amid Calls To Ramp Up Fight Against Boko Haram, UN Ambassador Meets Girl Escapees on NPR – April 23, 2016

Women Who Fled Boko Haram Tell of Devastation and, Rarely, Hope in The New York Times – April 22, 2016

Whatever happened to Nigeria’s missing schoolgirls? in The Telegraph – April 10, 2016

Letter from Africa: Nigeria community divided over Boko Haram on BBC – March 31, 2016

‘Feed and Read’ offers alternative to Boko Haram for Nigerian boys in Reuters – February 22, 2016

Young, single, idle males are dangerous. Work and wedlock can tame them in The Economist – January 23, 2016 (Subscription Required)

Escape from Boko Haram in Marie Claire – January 20, 2016

2015

Escape from Boko Haram in Smithsonian Magazine

American Fights to Secure Education for Nigerians on Voice of America (Interview of Dr. Margee Ensign begins at 2:04)

Forgive them, say girls who escaped Boko Haram  by The Times of London

University feeds 270,000 taking refuge from Boko Haram on BBC

Girls Who Escaped Boko Haram Return to School by The Globe and Mail

Chibok Girls Who Escaped Boko Haram Defy Militants by Returning to School by The Guardian

These Brave Nigerian Escapees Are Taking a Powerful Stand Against Boko Haram by Mic

Chibok Girls Who Escaped Boko Haram Return to School by Good Magazine

Hope Returns for Some Chibok Girls, a New Life at University by Voice of America

Girls Who Escaped Boko Haram Flourish at American-run School by Bloomberg

Nigerian Girls Defying Boko Haram on BBC World Service Radio

We, the Students Survived Boko Haram by L’Espresso (in Italian)

Girls Who Escaped Boko Haram Receive Scholarships to Return to School by Bustle

Nigerian Escapees Brave Return Post Boko Haram Abduction by MissHeard Magazine

Refugees From Boko Haram Stretching Aid Groups in Nigeria, As Many Refuse to Stay in Government Camps by International Business Times

Former Captives of Boko Haram Return to School by CNN

The Bravery of Nigerian Girls Who Returned to School After Escaping Boko Haram by The Huffington Post

Aid for Hundreds of Thousands of Displaced Nigerians Is Running Out by The Washington Post

‘I’m Going Back To School To Help My People’ – Chibok Girl by Varsity Times

Nigerian Girls Who Escaped Boko Haram Risk Their Lives To Go To School by CNN

We, The Survivors of the Boko Haram Kidnapping, Have Not Been Broken by The Huffington Post

Boko Haram’s Abduction of Girls Still Grips Nigeria by The Wall Street Journal

Nigeria’s Kidnapped Girls – A Look at the Aid Effort by The Wall Street Journal

Boko Haram Kidnapping Survivors Look to the Future with Hope by CBC News

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