Sudanese Refugees Face Dire Conditions in Chad


[Dabanga] Adré Camp, Chad — More than 10,000 Sudanese refugee families, who have fled violence in Darfur to Adré camp in eastern Chad, are living in dire conditions, and lack food, shelter, and healthcare. Sudan’s Foreign Minister, Ali El Sadig, has called on the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) to urgently respond to the humanitarian needs of refugees and displaced people.


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