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External links

Association Tchad Plus

Connecting in Times of Duress

Mirjam de Bruijn’s blog Counter Voices in Africa

DAWA Mobile-Health Solution for neglected diseases in remote areas. Schistosomiasis pilot project in Chad

Deuhb Emmanuel’s blog Rapportage de N’djamena

Yadari Info

L’ermite et le Christ, short story by Didier Lalaye. First prize at the Grand Priz Alain Decaux de la Francophonie

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