4 edition of Urban refugees in the Sudan found in the catalog.
Urban refugees in the Sudan
by Democratic Republic of the Sudan, Office of the Commissioner for Refugees in Khartoum
Written in English
|Statement||by Ahmad Karadawi.|
|LC Classifications||HV640.4.S73 K37 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||82981095|
HIGHLIGHTS. By the end of September , there were a total of 22, refugees in the capital Addis Ababa, mainly from Eritrea, Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and refugees of . This book traces the past of Eritrea's refugees from their home villages to the rural camps and urban centers of neighboring Sudan. Kibreab offers a conclusive picture of the refugees Cited by:
Since the publication of its policy on urban refugees, UNHCR policy on refugee protection and solutions in urban areas, the topic of urban refugees has become increasingly prominent amongst humanitarian actors. It is widely acknowledged that refugees are . Despite being one of the poorest countries in the world, South Sudan hosts more than , refugees, mostly from Sudan. neighbouring Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the.
Eritrean urban refugees in the Sudan and they were all in Khartoum (Karadawi , 1). In , except in Eritrea, all organized resistance to the military's takeover of state power was concentrated in Ethiopia's cities. The Dergue tried to suppress all forms of organized. World Refugee Day is J and these stories of refugee experiences are important reads throughout the year. Listed by age group, these books—including many first-person accounts, written by refugees—are a great place to start. Many excellent book lists on this topic have been published. This one outlines 16 of our favorites, both Author: Gwen Glazer.
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Experienced, equipped and energized, they’re tackling COVID and groups like refugees or the urban poor are.The number of urban refugees and asylum-seekers in N’Djamena increased infrom refugees to 4, persons, mostly due to the arrival of CAR refugees.
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