The Mbera refugee camp in Mauritania is home to thousands of people who fled Mali in the early 1990s to escape rebel attacks in Timbuktu.

Mauritania, a country where most live on less than $2 a day, has opened its borders and welcomed the refugees. However, it has received only a fraction of the money it needs to help communities in this region.

The United Nations says there is a need for greater international cooperation

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