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Cameroon : 130,000 residents fleeing attacks in the Anglophone region already taken care of

Cameroon : 130,000 residents fleeing attacks in the Anglophone region already taken care of
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(Business in Cameroon) - Cameroon has already taken care of about 130,000 internally displaced persons fleeing combats between regular army and separatists of the Anglophone regions, minister of territorial administration Paul Atanga Nji (photo) reveals.

According to the figures revealed by the official, in government newspaper Cameroon Tribune, 22,000 people still need to be taken care of.  

These cares are provided in the framework of the urgent humanitarian support plan launched by Cameroon on June 20, 2018, at the height of the pro-independence claims. The budget for this assistance plan is XAF12 billion.


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