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It’s just before 10am at the Koundoul market, some 25km outside of Chad’s capital city, N’Djamena, and Claudine Nenodji has nearly sold out of her daily stock of homemade beignets – fried donuts made from bean or millet powder.
“Business has been good lately,” she says, handing a few...More
Early each morning, 53-year-old Lucie Massal navigates the sandy streets of Koundoul, Chad, a small town about 25km from the country’s capital, N’Djamena. As she hops over puddles of muddy water, leftover from a recent rainstorm, she holds tightly onto a small, silver key in her hand. It is what...More
Education for Children – Around the world, children are returning to school. For many, the classroom provides structure and routine. But for those whose lives have been disrupted by conflict, natural disaster or any crisis, school has also become a place to heal. CRS is working with...More