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©UNHCR/Sebastian Rich


SAFE AT LAST L


ittle Mamie arrived at our camp in Tanzania in January 2016, clutching a worn and well-loved doll. She and her family were among the 500-700 refugees who arrive from Burundi every single day.


Families in Burundi have faced an escalation in horrific violence since 2015. Your support is helping us build camps and create urgently-needed safe places for young children like Mamie.


Mamie clutched her favourite toy for the long and dangerous trek to safety. Speaking with her inside her shelter, she demonstrates an innocence so typical of childhood. “I brought my favourite toy, my doll with me from Burundi but I still don’t like it much here,” she admitted.


For her parents, the most important thing is that their children are safe. They were happy to be given a family tent, so that they could all stay together and start the process of healing and planning for the future.


Eight-year-old Mamie, her mom and younger sister fled violence in Burundi and are adjusting to their temporary home at the Nduta refugee camp, in Tanzania.


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