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« We are 22 tailors and dressmakers from Gamboru Ngala, a small town located at the border between Cameroon and Nigeria...

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.
Two years ago, over 200 schoolgirls were abducted in the town of Chibok, North-East Nigeria, sparking a global movement demanding for their return.

We walk together: adolescents leading a new generation positively in Chad
On the surface, 17-year-old Mani Djelassem seems like any other teenager: she has a boyfriend, hangs out with her friends after school, reads magazines, and wants to be a journalist.

Brothers and friends, breaking free from conflict
Recently, I learned a saying in the Kanembu language spoken in the Lake Chad area: “Gomay waya dounadoum do wadji,”

In Chad, girls’ dreams robbed by marriage
By 2050, Africa is expected to surpass South Asia as the region with the highest number of child brides.



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