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A young girl of the Fulani people in Central African Republic lives at a new camp for displaced persons.

Amidst the intercommunal conflict in the Central African Republic, the formerly nomadic Fulani took shelter in a decrepit camp. For a year and a half their conditions were very bad. Fifty-four people died there from diseases and malnutrition.

World Vision has provided a new camp that is improving lives daily. The organization employed Christians and Muslims to work together side by side to build it, which not only improved their living conditions, it provided them with an income and contributed to peace and cooperation.

World Vision’s programs have so far benefited more than 120,000 children in CAR.

Photo ©2015 World Vision, Bruno Col

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