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The border town of Kentzou was amongst the areas most heavily affected as refugee arrivals peaked between February and March. According to Emmanuel Halpha, the prefect of the Batouri area in the east of Cameroon, Kentzou’s population “tripled in record time”.
Unlike refugees who are protected by international conventions, third-country nationals (TCNs), who neither belong to the country of refuge or the one they fled, are not covered by any global rights conventions. It is often up to their governments to look after them and arrange for their repatriation.
As of June 2014 in Kentzou, "embassy delegations have visited their nationals, including Malians, Nigerians, Nigeriens and Senegalese, offering cash and other donations of basic necessities, but not flights back home." 
- "CAR refugees stretch Cameroon villages". IRIN Africa. 2014-06-03. Retrieved 2014-06-08.
- United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (2014). "Cameroon: Refugee sites and entry points for new refugees from the Central African Republic" (PDF). ReliefWeb. Retrieved 2013-10-18.
- "Cameroon: Hardship for third-country nationals fleeing CAR". La Nouvelle Centrafrique. 2014-06-04. Retrieved 2014-06-08.
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