Borgop refugee camp, Adamaoua, Cameroon, June 2019Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
3 June 2019, Djohong, Cameroon: 36-year-old CAR refugee Amora Paul has been a tailor for 12 years. Today, he lives in the Borgop refugee camp, where he acts as instructor for young people as part of a vocational training initiative by the Lutheran World Federation, setting out to help CAR refugees find ways towards making an income. Amora Paul has trained a total of 13 young tailors, besides running his own shop full time. The Borgop refugee camp is located in the municipality of Djohong, in the Mbere subdivision of the Adamaoua regional state in Cameroon. Supported by the Lutheran World Federation since 2015, the camp currently holds 12,300 refugees from the Central African Republic.
- Albin Hillert
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