A Journey Inside The Daily Lives Of Boko Haram Survivors (2015, Cameroon)

"Smile4Peace: A journey to remember" takes you inside the story of a group of young people who travelled to several villages of the Far North region of Cameroon, driven by the desire to bring moral and material support to displaced people. Fleeing their homes to escape the atrocities of the terrorist sect Boko Haram, that has been raging in the region since 2013, displaced people take refuge in camps where they live in poor conditions and still feel unsafe.    The group was far from imagining what awaited them. Through the testimonies of displaced persons, refugees and traditional authorities, they discover another facet of the deadliest conflict Cameroon has ever known.    Beyond a film, it is a true human adventure. A lesson in generosity, courage and service. A journey to... read more
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A Journey Inside The Daily Lives Of Boko Haram Survivors (2015, Cameroon)