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Darfurians refugees in Eastern Chad

Darfurians refugees in Eastern Chad
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Chad / Darfurian refugees from Sudan / Djabal camp (17 766 refugees, 4681 families), 4 kilometers west from Goz Beida UNHCR sub-office located 217 km south from Abeche, located 900 kilometer east from N'Djamena the chadian capital. The camp, created on 4/6/2004, is located 80 km from the sudanese border. Ahmed Mahamat Khamis, 8 years old on his way back home from the grocery where he bartered millet for sugar and oignons. He carries in a bucket on his head a bag of sugar, some oignons (in plastic pocket) and the "change": some millet. The barter economy is common practice in the camps. A refugee brings a product to the grocery to get what he lacks (sugar, oignon, soap,...) A koro of mill (measure of a big iron bowl) is equivalent to 400 CFA (0.85 USD) while a small mould is equivalent to 150 CFA (0.32 USD). / UNHCR / F. Noy / December 2011
Date: 2018-04-17 02:39:43



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