Going home – Central African refugees hope to rebuild as peace gradually returns to their country
Firmin is among thousands of refugees from the Central African Republic going back to their country following gradual return to stability. Since 2013, CAR has experienced successive crises that forced around 700,000 people to flee the country. UNHCR, partners and the government are facilitating returns for those willing to go back home.
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