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The first person we saw when we arrived into Saint Charles Lwanga camp was Felix and his large smile.
She looks 15, but is in fact 20. Estella is breastfeeding her baby at the camp she and her family now call home.
Albertine is 40. She has nine children. They all live together in Saint Charles Lwanga camp, a few kilometres outside Bangui. Albertine’s husband was killed in that same camp, almost a year ago, after their family fled violence in their community.
Avenue Koudoukou Km, 5B.P.14281428 Bangui
Tel: (236) 236 50 14 11/02 09 09/20 57 57Fax: (236) 61.35.61Telex: DIPLOMA 5213 "Pour Croix-Rouge"Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb:
Language of correspondence: French
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