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Ceuta wants to house unaccompanied minor migrants in «igloos»

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The Ceuta government is planning to house 50 unaccompanied minor migrants in small igloo-shaped houses, says El Faro de Ceuta.

These are small prefabricated parts approved by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), located near the «La Esperanza» center for minors, according to the autonomous city.

These facilities will be used after the number of unaccompanied minor migrants entering the city rose dramatically. The initiative is a plan of emergency to house the huge number of unaccompanied minors in the Ceuta.

The small igloos and the minors housed by the city will be managed by the company hired for their installation.

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