South Sudan: 'We can run away from bombs, but not from hunger': Sudan’s refugees in South Sudan

South Sudan: 'We can run away from bombs, but not from hunger': Sudan’s refugees in South Sudan

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Index Number: AFR 65/001/2012
Date Published: 7 June 2012
Categories: South Sudan

This report focuses on the situation of Sudan’s refugees in South Sudan. It documents the human rights violations they have faced due to ongoing conflict in Southern Kordofan and Blue Nile, and the human rights abuses and humanitarian challenges that confront them in the refugee camps to which they are fleeing. The latter include severe water shortages and insufficient food rations, lack of access to education, inadequate protection from the risk of sexual and gender based violence, and the presence of armed elements in the camps, further compromising their relative safety.


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