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Ethiopia: Info-graphics Gambella Region: IOM’S South Sudan Refugee Relocation - 07 April, 2015

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IOM SLO Response to South Sudan Crisis in Ethiopia - External Situation Report, 25 March - 07 April 2015


More than 195,547 South Sudanese asylum-seekers have arrived in Ethiopia through the Pagak and Akobo-Tergol border points since the influx began on 16 December, according to UNHCR. IOM has relocated a total of 185,987 refugees to Pugnido, Leitchuor, Bonga, Tierkedi,
Kule and Nip Nip camps as of 07 April, 2015. Children make up 67 percent of new arrivals; and women make up 71 percent of the adults. Women and children constitute 90 percent of the population. Arrivals entering from the Burbiey border entry points settled at Matar way station, are now relocated to Fugnido camp. The IOM medical team is conducting the PDMS at the entry points.