Food Supply Center in Rabouni: Supplying Sahrawi Refugees

Tindouf airport, Southern Algeria, 1h30 a.m. Our flight from Algiers just landed. The air is cool at this hour, about 25 degrees Celsius. Most passengers are locals, or foreigners whose work is linked to humanitarian aid to the Sahrawi refugees, people from United Nations High Commission for Refugees, World Food Programme or International nongovernmental organizations.

We don’t know each other yet but will soon get to, as we all stay in the few guest houses available to us, or will cross each other’s paths in the next day or so. I already spot a delegation of Spanish MPs and exchange a few words with them,...

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