The United Nations has announced that it is rehabilitating some of the Chibok school girls abducted by Boko Haram in April, who later escaped.
According to the statement on the website, the United Nations Population Fund, in collaboration with the World Health Organization as well as the United Nations Children’s Fund, will set up clinics and provide health screening for any of the girls coming back.
They also plan on educating those who have escaped.
Rati Ndhlovu, the representative for United Nations Population Fund, said, “The girls are running from home and they have no menstruation pads and have nothing to use. They need water. They need the basic things that keep a woman dignified.”