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Cameroon: Catholic Relief Services Step Up Aid to Victims of Anglophone Crisis

As the Anglophone crisis enters it fifth year in Cameroon, Catholic Relief Services is stepping up to help the civilians affected by the conflict.

Catholic Relief Services, the international development arm of the U.S. bishops, has now set up the “Anglophone Crisis Emergency Response (ACER).”

“The project is designed to meet the immediate food and Non-Food Item (NFI) needs of 27,750 individuals in the Mezam Division of the NW, the division with the highest number of displaced families in the region,” said Ibrahim Adamu, ACER Project Coordinator for CRS, who is based in Bamenda, the capital of the North West Region.

Source: Cruxnow

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