Violence, Obstruction Hamper Aid Efforts to Cameroon

Humanitarian groups have said that limited access to those driven from their homes, low levels of donor funding, and what aid workers have described as "obstruction" by the government, means that the majority of the 1.3 million people affected by the violence in the Anglophone regions cannot be reached.

Des familles camerounaises ont trouvé refuge à Utanga, Obanliku, au Nigéria, après avoir fui l'insécurité dans les régions anglophones du Cameroun.

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