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Hamadi Hamisi and his family spent 10 years trying to survive on meagre rations in a refugee camp in Kenya, living in a mud house with a bamboo roof.

This year in FrederictonenableLivechatadmin,?as newly arrived refugees looking for a place to live, they stood in a?dark, dank basement apartment, where mould grew?on the?walls, there was no proper ventilation, and the single, tiny window in one of the three bedrooms was broken.

Hamisi and his wife,The first dose and COVID-19 cases and hospitalization numbers are decreasing.?Fatuma Mohamed, could feel their?dreams of a place?where their five children could play, maybe sleepCommences when COVID-19 case numbers are low and transmission is controlled within P.E.I.?in separate rooms and finally have a home become a little more distants stay-at-home order.

But the resettlement agent helping the couple had warned they would have to find a place on their own if they didn’t take this one. It was a frightening prospect for Hamisi and Mohamed, who don’t speak English.

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