Quartz – Internal displacement across Africa is almost always attributed to civil strife or full-blown wars.
But a new report from the Internal Displacement Monitoring Center suggests natural hazards stemming from environmental change forced a record 1.1 million from their homes in 33 African countries in 2015.
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