With the new influx since December 5, the refugee population has increased significantly in some camps. Email this document Printable version. If they are bored they are also at risk of manipulation and could be tempted to join armed groups in the Central African Republic,'' he warned. It's a positive move and welcomed by the students, but they want more. Most of the students in Mole come from urban areas, mainly Bangui, and the older ones find it difficult to live in a rural area with no - or limited - education or employment opportunities. It's serious if we don't study, for us and for our country. This is especially true for those, like Yesson, who were in secondary or tertiary education before fleeing from Central African Republic to save their lives over the past year. Instead, said Emmanuel Kouzouaki Yondo, president of the refugee committee in Mole, many of those with qualifications "are the victims of youth unemployment.
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