Cameroon and Nigeria: Resilience in the Face of Terrorism (Victims’ Voices)

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Cameroon and Nigeria: Resilience in the Face of Terrorism (Victims’ Voices)

When Boko Haram came for her family, Wala Matari dressed her sons as girls, hoping to stop them being recruited by the terrorist group. Wala, from northern Cameroon, is just one of millions of people who have been displaced in the Lake Chad Basin area. The impact of the violence caused by Boko Haram has spread from Nigeria’s Borno State, to Cameroon, Niger and Chad.

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  1. The world needs true peace. Extreme greed, hate, cruelty, and carelessness from many people, though people who generally have the most power and/or resources to make positive change, has made life very difficult for the Earth and the majority of the worlds people. Often, throughout history that seems to be what has occurred at varying degrees. Hopefully, there will be a day true peace on Earth occurs.

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