DAKAR, Senegal | 430,000 flee Cameroon’s restive Anglophone areas, says group
DAKAR, Senegal — An international refugee agency says that more than 430,000 people have fled violence in Cameroon’s restive English-speaking regions and are hiding in rural areas with few resources.
The Norwegian Refugee Council, one of several humanitarian organizations offering support, said Wednesday it is assisting the displaced by providing shelter and supplies to needy families. David Manan, the Norwegian group’s country director for Cameroon, called for more international aid.
He said there are too few agencies on the ground to provide the amount of aid needed.