Last updated: 15 march, 2011 - 11:11 GMT

Liberia lacking funds to meet the needs of Ivorian refugees

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Children displaced by the violence in Ivory Coast

What started as a trickle of around 300 refugees into Liberia at the beginning of the Ivorian political stalemate late last year, is turning into a huge refugee crisis, with plans afoot to build more camps in Liberian villages for the refugees.

But support for the fleeing people is not yet adequate and the latest wave of violence in border towns has triggered a fresh influx.

The BBC's reporter in Liberia, Jonathan Paye-Layleh, has been visiting a camp 50 kilometres from the border with Ivory Coast, where refugees are now arriving daily.

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