Malian refugees suffering from malnutrition

There is high rate of disease among children in refugee camps in neighbouring Mauritania.

    Malian refugees in Mauritania are complaining that they are not receiving essential food supplies at the Mberre camp.

    Doctors also say there is a high rate of disease among children there because of malnutrition.

    Al Jazeera's Mohamed Vall reports.


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