How tree growing can mitigate the environmental impact of displacement

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Cameroon alone hosts over 290,000 Central African refugees, around 47 percent of the total, according to the U.N. Refugee Agency (UNHCR). The East Region, the country’s largest and most sparsely populated administrative division, has absorbed most of the arrivals. Displaced people now put additional pressure in the region, which is characterized by persistent land use conflicts, soaring demand for natural resources, and limited livelihood opportunities.

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