(OCHA) – One morning more than two years ago, Boko Haram insurgents suddenly entered Ganza town in Borno State, north-eastern Nigeria. Hajja Kolo Bulama was at home with her three-year-old son preparing the family breakfast. Her husband was at the market, and their two older children were already out of the house. When Kolo realised what was happening, she grabbed her youngest child and fled as the insurgents plundered, looted, killed and razed the village to the ground. No home was left untouched, and people lost everything they owned as flames destroyed their homes.