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Life in Southwest Algeria: A Civil Service Officer from USAID Visits the Remote Sahrawi Refugee Camps (blog.usaid.gov)

When I first learned that I would be visiting the World Food Program (WFP)operation assisting Sahrawi refugees in Algeria, I was filled with excitement. Since I had not been in the field for a while, I jumped at the opportunity to visit a place that only a few of my colleagues had visited before. I was excited for the opportunity to see first-hand and bring to light challenges facing some of the longest-standing refugee camps in Africa; the site of five small communities of Sahrawi that left their homeland of Western Sahara many years ago.

This article is available in full on http://blog.usaid.gov/2013/12/life-in-southwest-algeria-a-civil-service-officer-from-usaid-visits-the-remote-sahrawi-refugee-camps/#.UrCjAuOx6g4.twitter


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