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Operation LADDER aimed to provide relief to 5,000 households in the affected areas of Delta and Anambra States with food and WASH supplies. With the support of The Coca-Cola Foundation and other partners, the relief intervention was able to reach 8,759 households, 52,554 individuals indirectly in 78 communities across 12 local government areas in the two states. The Food and WASH supplies were enough to sustain an average family of 6 individuals for 4 weeks. 

Operation LADDER, in partnership with organizations such as the Capstone Resource Center, Sterling One Foundation, and individual donors, provided seedlings to 2,800 small- holder farmers, 80% of whom were women. This support aimed to prevent an increase in out-of-school children, reduce the risk of food shortages, and prevent sexual abuse, prostitution, and crime.


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