Minawao camp for Nigerian refugees, May 2019Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
31 May 2019, Mokolo, Cameroon: A group of nursery gardeners, themselves Nigerian refugees, work in a tree nursery in the Minawao camp for Nigerian refugees. Part of a Lutheran World Federation World Service project, the target is to develop more than 100,000 plants in the year of 2019. Planted across 20 so-called 'green spaces', a five-year planting and harvest cycle ensures material to be used as firewood, vines for building of roofs, and a step in alleviating environmental impact in and around Minawao. The Minawao camp for Nigerian refugees, located in the Far North region of Cameroon, hosts some 58,000 refugees from North East Nigeria. The refugees are supported by the Lutheran World Federation, together with a range of partners.
- Albin Hillert
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- Cameroon - Environment work Minawao, Nigerian refugees - Cameroon, May 2019