Maryland Economic Development Corp. Lutheran World Relief and Lutheran Immigration & Refugee Service; Non-Profit Organizations Jul 12
- Language: English
- Published: July 2012
- Region: Global, Maryland
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This book is based on facts and realities coupling with true life occurrences in refugee camps in the world. It reveals all the activities, nature and state of being a refugee and also explores the significance and limitations of the UNHCR and other agencies concern not leaving out the host communities of refugees across sections. It is written in simple English language and can be used by all readers. It brings to the attention of both refugees and UNHCR and agencies concern to still admen operations in dealing with refugees whiles refugees should of course hope for better opportunities but lower their expectations because there are circumstances that involve so many processes of these opportunities. The author is also proud to state he was a refugee for 14 years in three different refugee camps in three different countries in West Africa, with verse experiences and curiosity of living as a refugee prompted his pen to the paper. Every thing you come across in this text is real; these things has happened and still happening in some areas around the world.
Kamara Oumaru Morris is a young Liberian born in Grand Gedeh County. Presently a student at the Obafemi Awolowo University ile-ife Osun state, Nigeria, Department of agricultural economics, he pursues his BSc in Agriculture, with special interest in personal research in refugee studies. Diploma in computer operation, and a GSM technician.