Refugees and Returnees in the Horn of Africa.txt
Refugees and Returnees in the Horn of Africa
01. In mid-1992 drought and crop failure caused a new influx of Sudanese refugees, mainly
of the Uduk tribe, into the region of Gambella.
02. Sudanese Uduk refugee at Karmi transit camp, Gambella region.
03. Planes must be chartered to transport assistance items for returnees from Somalia, who
live in the remote region of Dolo.
04. Arrival of returnees from Kenya in the region of Borena.
05. Many of the Sudanese refugees in Kenya are unaccompanied minors. Lokichokio transit centre,
06. Sudanese refugee boys building their own hut or "tukul" at Kakuma camp.
07. A boat carrying Somali refugees from Kismayo arrives in Mombasa harbour.
08. The great majority of Somali refugees arrives on foot, often after walking for many days.
Here, new arrivals at the Kenyan border.
09. Somali refugee child at Mandera border site.
10. Food distribution for Somali refugees at Mandera border site.
11. In UNHCR's Cross-Border Operation, planes, trucks and camels are used to transport food into
parts of Southern Somalia.
12. Improved food supply is a pre-condition for the return of the refugees. Here, a group of
returnees leave Kenya for their villages.
13. Ethiopian refugees preparing to leave Walda camp to return to the Sidamo region of their
14,15. Armed conflict and famine have driven hundreds of thousands from their homes. Here,
displaced persons at Baidoa.
16. Arrival of a UN food shipment in Mogadishu.
PLEASE CREDIT AS FOLLOWS:
UNHCR/M. Elkhoury: 01,04.
UNHCR/S. Errington: 02
UNHCR/M. Faulhaber: 03
UNHCR/P. Moumtzis: 05.07.09,10,11
UNHCR/B. Press: 06,16
UNHCR/H.J. Davies: 08,13
UNHCR/J. C. Tordai: 12
UNHCR/E. Dagnino: 14,15