Report on the current and potential impact of displaced people returning to southern Sudan
Ockenden International currently maintains offices in six provinces of Afghanistan, employing approximately 200 Afghan and 3 expatriate staff to carry out a variety of programmes intended to address the most pressing needs of Afghanistan's most vulnerable populations.
Ockenden International is pleased to announce a grant of £1.3 million over the next two years from the British Department for International Development (DfID) for our work contributing to the sustainable return of refugees and displaced people following the signing of the peace agreement in January 2005.
Ockenden has been working in the eastern part of Sudan for over 20 years. For the past 3 years we have also been working in the south.
OCKENDEN INTERNATIONAL was today in the Houses of Parliament at the invitation of the Associate Parliamentary Group for Sudan, to launch its latest report, .