Ibrahim Sanda, Chief of the village of Sarki, hosts nineteen women and children at his home in the extreme-north of Cameroon.
Ibrahim Sanda is one of the many residents of Mokolo who have opened their doors and welcomed people who have fled the conflict. His guests are from two different families from a town about 20 miles away near the border with Nigeria. Although residents give them rice, adults only eat once a day and children eat twice, with porridge in the morning. Only...more »