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Far te international attention, the local population lived in an insecure climate punctuated by periods of if violence. Even though the situation today is less catastrophic and many people have gone back to their villages, such as Birao, many have fled to Cameroun or Chad. The population face many difficulties in returning, houses had been sacked or burnt, everything needs to be rebuilt. The climate is still uncertain and there is ongoing physical as well as psychologically suffering. Many people have lost a close relation in the conflict and have suffered from physical and sexual violence.
Women's discussion groups are organised by the CAM team to let them talk and express themselves freely on the violence and suffering they have experienced during those years of conflict. It is during those discussion groups that the following testimonies have been gathered. Through simple words, those women recount the suffering they went through following the lost of close relations, the precarious and difficult conditions in which they have to raise their children, usually alone, the consequences of the conflict on their family life and the anxieties they face due to an unsure future.
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Today my daughter is 7 years old. She goes to school and bifao me at the market ' nightt 'During the conflict I am giving birth I carry my other daughter on my back to Am Daffock, on foot I arrive at Am Daffock by night. In the morning I gave birth. My husband left on the other side, me, I also tookbrought the children of my young brother who is blrao. They are 3 boys. The boys' biaro went back to her parents. Girls of the night in birao think life off is always night ' 4 'When I was a young girl I lived with my parents, there never was any suffering I married, there wasn't any suffering.
Suffering, I have found it' 5 ' I was well with my father and my mother I married at 18 and I am in my husband's house There is no difficulty, no suffering. But with the conflict there were many difficulties. I have 3 children. The eldest is 5 years old, the second is 4, the youngest is 2 and I am pregnant. In the attack my husband fled on his own, he left me with the children. I am crying, I take the youngest child, I carry him on my back, the second one, thanks to my grand mother File copy There are strong indications that the terrorist sect, Boko Haram, may have moved some of the over schoolgirls it abducted from Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State out of West Africa.
There were reports on Friday that some of the abducted schoolgirls were seen in Birao, Central African Republic with armed men.
Abducted Chibok girls seen in Central Africa
Birao is a small town in the north of the CAR. The Islamic sect had abducted pupils of the school Girls of the night in birao April 14 and taken them into the forests along the Nigeria-Cameroon border. Over 50 of the pupils escaped while being moved out of the school. An online report by a French news medium, Jeune Afrique, on Friday, said villagers saw about 50 young women led by armed men in the North Central African Republic last week. The report was translated into English by one of our correspondents. Based on several testimonies of inhabitants, the women arrived Wednesday, April 30 aboard trucks. The group which has reportedly carried out several executions, rape and looting split last year with Christian and Muslim factions terrorising the CAR, forcing France to send more troops to the region.
The French newspaper added that natives of Birao were afraid to approach the kidnapped girls.