Courtesy of photos and info from our Fulani ministry colleagues, Jan & Kim Cone, we have learned about a refugee camp about an hour’s drive north of the Cameroonian border town that we always visit. Approximately 8000 souls live in this camp that stretches about 2 kilometers in length and ½ kilometer in width. Huge. Mind boggling. The UNHCR bulldozed the land, put up tents and latrines, and dug wells. As Jan & Kim walked around a bit, Jan told me her eyes were darting everywhere, trying to see if she recognized anyone, searching in particular for a family she is concerned about. Talk about needle in a haystack…it was overwhelming. Now, how do proceed? We have no more Fulani friends on our side of the river and we have been visiting amongst the ones who have rented houses in the border town in order to wait out the turmoil of CAR. These others in the camp come from places in CAR other than Gamboula. We want to visit, we want to help – where do we start? Please pray for these displaced families, for health and safety and hope for each one.