According to statistics from the National Council for Emergency Relief and Rehabilitation (CONASUR), 1,814,283 individuals have fled their homes seeking safety from jihadists terrorists attacks as of February 28, 2022. This horrible situation has been going on for the last few years and efforts to fight the jihadists have not been successful.
It’s a dire situation, where many people and mostly women and children fled their villages, often with their meager possessions such as mats, by feet, donkeys, or trucks.
Many of these refugees live in abject conditions without housing or food, begging in the cities and often being exploited for their vulnerability by some men.
There is a lot of need for these refugees: food, shelter, clothing, support for women and kids, etc.