Of refugees who live out of camps in Chad

Refugees from Central African Republic in the south of Chad live in host villages and share resources with the local population

María Gallar
Sep 26, 2018 · 4 min read
Refugee children from C.A.R. Photo: WFP/Maria Gallar
Dekoula Pauline, 51 years old, is the matriarch of the household. She lives with one of her eleven sons and his family in a UNHCR tent in the village of Don.
Mbaindorou Ledingard Elisée has nine children. Photo: WFP/Maria Gallar
At the food distribution point. Photos: WFP/Maria Gallar

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