Aid Group Implores Burkina Faso Government to Accept Assistance in Registering Newly Displaced

International aid groups are calling on Burkina Faso's government to let them help register the country's internally displaced people. The Norwegian Refugee Council says the government is taking weeks to register IDPs for food and other aid, forcing some back into dangerous areas. Henry Wilkins reports from Ouahigouya, Burkina Faso.  Camera: Henry Wilkins
13 Sep 2021 English United States News

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