Around the world, Muslims celebrate Eid al Adha with feasts for family and friends but for Nigerians displaced by Boko Haram violence, festivities are limited to the largesse of aid agencies.
Eid al Adha, the festival of sacrificing animals, is a time for celebration for Muslims around the world. But for many internally displaced people in northern Nigeria, the only festivity is a rare meal made with meat.
Aid agencies in partnership with the Turkish Ministry of Islamic Affairs are leading one such programme to donate beef and other food items at Durumi IDP camp in Abuja.
TRT World's Phil Ihaza reports.