Safe Haven


A young member of the Fulani people has found a new home in Yaloke, Central African Republic.

The nomadic Fulani tribe has been caught up in the conflict in the Central African Republic. They’ve fled from one place to another, finding nowhere they can be safe and care for their cattle.

An interfaith alliance -- Catholic, Islamic, and evangelical Christians, including women and youth -- negotiated a safe haven in Yaloke.

“We lost our cows, because people stole them...but at least we saved our lives,” says a member of the Fulani leadership.

“Muslims and Christians, we believe there is only one God...this is why we need to work together,” they agree.

Photo©2015 World Vision, Bruno Col

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