Cameroon: In Cameroon’s Conflict-Hit Regions, EU Funding Helps Displaced Families Make Ends Meet

Clashes have displaced 420,000 people in the country’s Far North in 2022. Many depend on WFP assistance to survive

“We had to run at night in the bush to get to Mokolo,” says Christina, a 33-year-old mother of six, who fled her home in the village of Tourou in the Far North Region of Cameroon last December to find refuge in the city of Mokolo, also located in the same region.

Having narrowly escaped an unexpected attack on their village by armed militias, Christina and her family were left with no…

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