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Monday, February 25, 2019

BOKO HARAM DRIVES MORE THAN 35,000 NIGERIAN REFUGEES FROM THEIR HOMES IN RANN, BORNO STATE (VIDEO)


Boko Haram violence has driven more than 35,000 Nigerian refugees from their homes in Rann, Borno Sate, Nigeria to Goura in Cameroon’s Makary district, where they are surviving in tough living conditions. 

Many have sought refuge in Cameroon before; thousands more have been displaced several times inside Nigeria.

UNHCR and its partners are on hand to provide food, water, shelter and protection to the most vulnerable. But, their needs are massive.

Together with the UN Development Programme and other partners, UNHCR, has launched an appeal for $135 million to help the hundreds of thousands of people displaced by the worsening Boko Haram insurgency in the Lake Chad Basin region.

Urgent action is needed in order to support Cameroon, whose open-door policy for refugees continues to be lifesaving. 

Your emergency donation is needed today, we need your help to deliver critical relief items to these families in need.

Watch the video below:


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