Silas Adamou/MSF
An estimated 50.000 people live in Rann, northeast Nigeria. Newly displaced continue to arrive in the town every day due to attacks by Boko Haram, military operations and people searching for basic food and services.. People live in extremely precarious conditions, in make-shift straw huts and without access to essential life-saving services. People have less than 5 litres of water per day, far below recommended standards. MSF provides health care, screens and treats children for malnutrition and pre-natal consultations. Teams also vaccinate children against measles and work to improve the water supply in the town.