Sudanese refugees in Chad must adapt or starveMonday, June 13, 2016
Sudanese refugees in Chad must adapt or starve
Extracted Page: http://www.irinnews.org/feature/2016/06/09/sudanese-refugees-chad-must-adapt-or-starve
The Darfur conflict fell out of the headlines years ago, but more than 300,000 Sudanese are still living as refugees in neighbouring Chad, a country with its own problems of poverty, climate change, and insecurity. As humanitarian aid has dried up, how are they surviving in this harsh, arid setting?
At first sight, nothing distinguishes Djabal refugee camp from surrounding towns and villages, except perhaps the billboards along the main road promoting various international aid organisations. This sprawling settlement of huts near the town of Goz Beida in eastern Chad’s Sila Region is home to some 20,000 Sudan
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