Displaced Cameroonians step up to new life with sandals

Cameroonians who have been displaced by Boko Haram attacks have been trained to make leather goods in order to generate income. (January 2019)
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Cameroonians who have been displaced by Boko Haram attacks have been trained to make leather goods in order to generate income. (January 2019)
Aminatou Sali (r) is one of 150 Cameroonians who have been taught to produce leather goods by IDP Goods.
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Cameroonians affected by Boko Haram attacks have been trained to make sandals and other leather goods to provide extra income. (January 2019)
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The NGO, IDP Goods, has trained internally displaced people in Cameroon, who have been affected by Boko Haram, to produce leather goods. (January 2019)
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Charlie Wandji set up the NGO, IDP Goods, in Cameroon in 2016 to provide jobs to people who had been displaced by Boko Haram. (January 2019)
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IDP Goods which sells artisanal products manufactured by internally displaced people in Cameroon was set up in 2016. (january 2019)
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Balkisou Buba works for IDP Goods which trains internally displaced people in Cameroon to make artisanal products. (January 2019)
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A cartoon book warns young Cameroonians of the dangers of radicalization. (January 2019)
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35,000 people have fled from Nigeria to Cameroon in the last two weeks of January to escape attacks by Boko Haram extremists. (1 February 2019)
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