Help Malian Refugees Fleeing into the Sahel

 
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Help Malian Refugees Fleeing into the Sahel

Help Malian Refugees Fleeing into the Sahel
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Zoulfa and her children

Zoulfa and her children
Zoulfa and two of her children make do with a makeshift shelter. She is worried because her youngest child, just a few months old, has a fever but there is not enough medicine. (view small | med | large | orig)

A Malian mother carries children in Burkina Faso

A Malian mother carries children in Burkina Faso
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Many refugees have unstable makeshift shelters.

Many refugees have unstable makeshift shelters.
A refugee woman and her daughter in the Sinegodar refugee site. They fled their home in northern Mali in January due to the fighting. (view small | med | large | orig)

In Fassala camp, refugees urgently need tents.

In Fassala camp, refugees urgently need tents.
A panoramic view of the refugee site at Fassala, in Niger, shows the critical need for stable, all-weather shelter for refugee families. (view small | med | large | orig)

A Malian family waits for relief items from UNHCR.

A Malian family waits for relief items from UNHCR.
A Malian refugee woman waits with her children to receive relief items from UNHCR in Gaoudel, Ayorou district, northern Niger. She left her village in Mali early February, fleeing fighting between Tuareg rebels belonging to the MNLA and Malian government. (view small | med | large | orig)

Worry is apparent on many refugees' faces.

Worry is apparent on many refugees' faces.
. A Malian refugee woman in Mangaize, northern Niger, anxiously thinks about her future. She fled the town of Menaka in northern Mali in January with her family due to insecurity. (view small | med | large | orig)

A UNHCR employee manages supply distribution.

A UNHCR employee manages supply distribution.
UNHCR is distributing relief items like sleeping mats, kitchen sets, jerry cans and more. But as Malians continue to flee fighting, they cannot keep up with demand. More supplies must be airlifted as soon as possible. (view small | med | large | orig)

Relief items are coming, but more are needed

Relief items are coming, but more are needed
UNHCR is distributing relief items like sleeping mats, kitchen sets, jerry cans and more. But as Malians continue to flee fighting, they cannot keep up with demand. More supplies must be airlifted as soon as possible. (view small | med | large | orig)

Malian refugees are face a shortage of clean water

Malian refugees are face a shortage of clean water
A young Malian refugee girl is about to drink the unclean water she collected from a local well in Ferrerio site, northern Burkina Faso. UNHCR/H. Caux (view small | med | large | orig)

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Project Leader

Lauren Meling

Washington, DC United States

Where is this project located?

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