Sudan: Humanitarian Dashboard June 2012
In Darfur, approximately 3.2 million people currently receive food aid.
This includes some 1.7 million IDPs registered in camps.
In the disputed Abyei Area some 100,000 people remain displaced, mostly in Agok and South Sudan. Approximately 9,000 returns have been observed so far.
In South Kordofan and Blue Nile States, an estimated 665,000 people remain internally displaced or severely affected by on-going ghting.
Some 500,000 people of South Sudanese origin may need protection and assistance if they chose to return to South Sudan. UNHCR and the Government of Sudan have registered 109,000 people for voluntary return.
Many refugees and asylum-seekers from Sudan are currently in other countries in the region, but may return. This includes some 298,000 in Chad, 37,000 in Ethiopia (who ed since 2011), and more than 160,000 in South Sudan.
There are also some 139,000 refugees in Sudan originating from other countries in the region.
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