25 November 2012

Sudan: Darfur Refugees - 'Delay in Food Distribution'

Bambari — Sudanese refugees from Bambari camp in the Central African Republic have complained about a delay and lack of food ration distribution, Radio Dabanga learned on Friday November 23.

A refugee told Radio Dabanga that food rations are usually distributed at the beginning of each month and are now only distributed every 40 to 45 days.

He added that there is a lack of plastic sheets to protect the displaced from the rain, explaining that the raining season in the Central African Republic lasts up to eight month.

The refugee appealed to humanitarian organizations and the UN to speed up solving the problems in the camp, he added to Radio Dabanga.

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