Terrorism survivors in Africa’s Lake Chad region

Minawao refugee camp in Cameroon. (February 2019)
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Minawao refugee camp in Cameroon. (February 2019)
Wala Matari was abducted by terrorists from her home in north-east Cameroon and taken to Nigeria.
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Former Boko Haram hostage,  Wala Matari, now lives in Zamai village in the Far North region of Cameroon.
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Cameroonians, including Wala Matari (far right,) displaced by terrorist activity in the Lake Chad region attend church in north-east Cameroon.
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Mohamed Lawan Goni, a former Nigerian government tax official, fled to Minawao camp in Cameroon after a terrorist attack on his town. (February 2019)
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Mohammed Lawan Goni, a Nigerian refugee living in Cameroon, prays with his family in Minawao camp.  (4 February 2019)
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Nigerian refugee, Mohamed Lawan Goni, with his 10 children, mother and two wives in Minawao camp in Cameroon. (February 2019)
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Fati Yahaya fled to Cameroon after escaping armed insurgents in Nigeria.
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Fati Yahaya is 24 years old and comes from the village of Koghum in the north-east of Nigeria. She is now living in Minawao refugee camp in Cameroon. (4 February 2019)
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