Liberia: Ivorian Refugees Crisis

8th December 2020

Since the morning of Monday the 2nd November 2020, Liberia border with Ivory Coast has been occupied by thousands of Ivorian refugees.

This is the outcome of political clashes between opposition and pro-government supporters in Côte d’Ivoire’s Central and West-Central regions.

It is highly probable that many refugees will remain in Liberia for the foreseeable future until it is safe for them to return home.

ACT Liberia Forum member, Lutheran Development Services is conducting a rapids needs assessment and plan to respond to some of the refugee needs.

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