Refugees—A Different Kind of Diaspora

It is difficult for refugees in Africa to live fully integrated lives in the countries where they are settled due to limitations on their rights and opportunities. In particular, refugee children may struggle to access education and adults may be unable to work or participate in other activities that are available to citizens. This can lead to a lack of care and support for young children in refugee camps, and can also make it difficult for adults to provide for their families and achieve their goals. However, initiatives such as trauma healing workshops and income-generating projects can help refugees in Africa to find support and a sense of community, and can also lead to an increased interest in learning about the Bible.

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