Category Archives: Sudanese Refugee Crisis 2011

Kenya / Djibouti – Program Update July 2012

LWF Kenya – Djibouti Program Program Update July 2012 472,000 people live in five refugee camps in Dadaab. This is 472,000 ordinary people who are just like most of us. Many of them had ordinary lives in various parts of … Continue reading

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Ethiopia – Update 1 on Sudanese Refugee situation in Assosa

Sudanese Refugees, LWF/Ethiopia, Update I June 22, 2012 General: Given the on-going violence and in the absence of a concrete solution to the conflict, large numbers of Sudanese continue to cross into Ethiopia from Blue Nile State. According to UNHCR … Continue reading

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Ethiopia – Update on Dollo Ado and Sherkole/Tongo Camps 11th November 2011

by Essay Worabo, LWF Ethiopia program Dollo Ado Camp, southern Ethiopia – Following the high number of refugees who have fled Somalia to Ethiopian border since mid-October, the number of arrivals has stablised to 150-200 refugees per day. However with … Continue reading

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South Sudan – Program Update 6th October 2011

by Mary Obara, Program Coordinator, LWF South Sudan The rains that began in late August have persisted into October, with good indications that perhaps the harvest from the good crop in parts of South Sudan (especially the Equatorias) will have … Continue reading

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Ethiopia – update on Sudanese asylum seekers / Sherkole Camp 8th September 2011

Sudanese asylum seekers, new emergencies Recent UN reports show that at least 50,000 civilians (and possibly many more) have fled their homes in various parts of Blue Nile State due to fighting on Friday, September 2. The Sudanese Red Crescent … Continue reading

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