Mental health crisis plaques Mozambique displaced children

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Hundreds of thousands of children and their families have been displaced in the conflict in northern Mozambique.

Mozambique’s government has been fighting armed groups linked to ISIL (ISIS) in Cabo Delgado since 2017.

Aid workers are trying to help children displaced by the conflict adjust to life after the violence they experienced.

Al Jazeera’s Leah Harding reports.

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