Ebola: Ivorian refugees in Liberia take initiatives against the spread of the virus
“We ran away from war. We don’t want to die from this sickness,” says Bah Bolle Augustine, chairman of the refugee committee in Bahn camp. Refugee settlements in Liberia have remained free of Ebola.
“We’re citizens of nowhere”, the plight of stateless persons on Île aux Oiseaux
Some 2,000 persons live on the small island with no identity papers. Île aux Oiseaux was transferred to Benin in 2005, after a border dispute with Niger, but the international Justice decision failed to determine the nationality of its inhabitants.