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Zenabou stands for peace
Chad is both her native and new country. Zenabou Abou, 47, was a victim of war in Central African Republic (CAR) and she is today what we call “a Chadian returnee.”

Abused, abducted, killed and used in “suicide attacks”: how violence ripped 1.3 million children’s lives apart in Nigeria, Niger, Cameroon and Chad.
Chad is both her native and new country. Zenabou Abou, 47, was a victim of war in Central African Republic (CAR) and she is today what we call “a Chadian returnee.”

We walk together: adolescents leading a new generation positively in Chad
Chad is both her native and new country. Zenabou Abou, 47, was a victim of war in Central African Republic (CAR) and she is today what we call “a Chadian returnee.”

Brothers and friends, breaking free from conflict
Chad is both her native and new country. Zenabou Abou, 47, was a victim of war in Central African Republic (CAR) and she is today what we call “a Chadian returnee.”

In Chad, girls’ dreams robbed by marriage
Chad is both her native and new country. Zenabou Abou, 47, was a victim of war in Central African Republic (CAR) and she is today what we call “a Chadian returnee.”

 

 
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