Humanitarian Bulletin Sudan Issue 19 | 5 – 11 May 2014 [EN/AR]
Over 163,000 people, including newly displaced, returnees and arrivals from South Sudan are presumed to have varying degrees of humanitarian needs
According to HAC, 3,000 refugees from Chad and 5,000 IDPs have returned to Um Dukhun, Central Darfur.
There is an estimated 60 per cent food deficit in East Darfur, which is likely to affect some 1.5 million people, of whom some 215,000 are IDPs, according to state authorities.
The total number of people who have arrived in Sudan from South Sudan has reached almost 80,000 people, with nearly 1,150 arrivals a day, according to UNHCR.
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