Cameroon + 2 more

"For nine years now, we have not stopped hosting people fleeing conflict."

People living in Cameroon's Far North region, located in the Lake Chad basin, are experiencing extreme vulnerability. Attacks and clashes with armed groups, inter-communal conflicts, food insecurity, climatic shocks and displaced populations are all a daily reality.

"Since 2014, we have not stopped hosting people fleeing the conflict on the border with Nigeria," said Lamido Ibrahim Hamaoua, Chief of Zamai locality in the Mayo-Tsanaga division.

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