By Elisa Santafe (AFP)
DAKHLA REFUGEE CAMP, Algeria - In the
sprawling Dakhla camp for Western Sahara refugees, Abdala, a 35-year-old
father, spends most of his days just lying in his tent.
The reason is not the heat, which can
reach 50 C (122 F) in summer in the desert region of Algeria, but because
he cannot find regular work.
He has lived in Dakhla since he was 12,
when he stopped school. Since then, he said he has only worked occasionally,
as a car mechanic.
For many others in the camp in Algeria
the biggest source of misery is not a lack of food or health care, but