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Hadza El-Hagizegri, in Dar Es-Salaam camp, Baga Sola, Chad. She fled her village near Baga, Nigeria, after Boko Haram attack in January while she was 5 months pregnant. “We took a pirogue with my family during 4 days to cross the lake and reach Chad. I delivered 2 days ago under the tent in the refugee camp with the help of others refugee women”. She gave birth like that to her seventh children. “Now I am scared for the future because we do not have food since 5 days. For the moment I can deal with this situation with the help of others refugees. But if more food is not distributed in the camp we will go back to Nigeria even if Boko Haram is still a threat”.