Mohammed, a displaced teacher from Karnaz, on the northern outskirts of Hama, has been teaching children for the past three months under an olive tree at a camp for Internally displaced people (IDP) where he is taking shelter in Atme near the Syria-Turkey border.
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Ahead of the February 16 parliamentary and presidential elections in Nigeria, citizens of Maiduguri, where many people are living in IDP camps due to Boko Haram attacks, share their hopes.
A Syrian IDP camp in Atme, near the Turkish border, is flooded following heavy rainfall.
Displaced Yemenis take shelter at the al-Waara camp in the Khokha district as millions are caught up in a dragging war in which Huthi rebels have been fighting for more than three years against the Yemeni government, which is backed by a Saudi-led military coalition. While the Saudi-led coalition has come under fire for air raids that have killed civilians, including children, in rebel-held areas, the Huthis have been accused of widespread and indiscriminate use of landmines.
Nigerians displaced by Boko Haram violence continue to flee to IDP camps in the country’s northeast. Unsure whether they will be able to return home as the jihadists continue to launch devastating attacks against military and civilian targets, the displaced start new activities, such as sewing, to get by.
Ravaged by decades of war, Somalia has one of the lowest literacy rates in the world. Successive governments, busy managing political crises and the threat of terrorism, have abandoned the field of education. Today, people who have fled their area and live in IDP camps are often not able to send their children to school, but citizen initiatives are changing that.
Hundreds of displaced Iraqi civilians arrived at Al Khazar camp near Hassan Sham, on Saturday, after they were transported from their villages on the frontlines of Mosul by Iraqi Special Forces.
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