July 03, 2013
| Alice Thomas
| Tagged as: Africa, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Protection & Security
Under a corrugated metal roof at the Goudebou refugee camp in Burkina
Faso, eight or nine families huddle in small groups awaiting a food
distribution. These are the “new arrivals,” a UN Refugee Agency worker
explains – people who recently fled Mali, Burkina’s northern neighbor,
and arrived at the camp in recent days.