Malian refugee Dula Ag Anaglif, 36, right, poses with his family for a portrait near their shelter in Goudebou refugee camp, Burkina Faso, on March 9, 2013. Dula says when his brother was nearly shot and killed by rebels, they decided to leave. They invested most of their savings into renting a car to escape. Their plastic carpets were the most important items they brought. During their three-day journey they slept on them and used them for protection from the intense sun. Today the carpets cover the floor of their shelter where they spend time thinking of home. UNHCR/B. Sokol