Côte d'Ivoire

Helping displaced families return home

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Sixty-year old Madeleine Doué, a widow and mother of six, fled Blody, her village in Moyen Cavally, in December 2010 and settled at the Catholic Mission in Duékoué, western Côte d’Ivoire last year.

The camp offered Mrs. Doué and her family security as well as access to food and health services. In August 2011, however, she decided to return to Blody despite not knowing what had happened to her village.

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