Thousands of South Sudanese Repatriated

Plans are in place for the reception and reintegration of thousands of internally displaced South Sudanese who are returning home after being stranded in Sudan.

Ship arrives in in Bor, Jonglei State carrying over 2,000 people from Kosti in Sudan’s White Nile State.

  • Sudan:  Jonglei Plans to Receive 15,000 Returnees From Khartoum

    Sudan Tribune, 14 May 2012

    At least 15,000 South Sudanese returnees from Sudan are expected to arrive in Jonglei State within the month, according to the state director of South Sudan Relief and ... read more »

  • Sudan:  South Sudan to Airlift Over 10,000 IDPs From Khartoum

    The Citizen, 12 May 2012

    South Sudan Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management will soon airlift 12000 South Sudanese internal displaced persons (IDPs) who are stranded in Kosti to Khartoum ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  IOM Needs U.S.$ 3 Million to Transport Stranded

    Sudan Tribune, 11 May 2012

    The International Organization for Migration (IOM) Friday said urgently need for US $3 million to airlift South Sudanese to Juba from Khartoum. read more »

  • Sudan:  Sudanese Refugees Face Rising Challenges As Outflow Grows

    United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 11 May 2012

    This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Andrej Mahecic - to whom quoted text may be attributed - at the press briefing, on 11 May 2012, at the Palais des Nations ... read more »

  • Sudan:  White Nile State to Begin Deportation of South Sudanese On Saturday

    Sudan Tribune, 10 May 2012

    Thousands of South Sudanese citizens stranded in the capital of Sudan's White Nile State, Kosti, will be moved as of Saturday to Khartoum and flown to Juba afterward, an official ... read more »

  • Sudan:  Nation Extends Exodus Deadline to 20th May

    Government of South Sudan, 6 May 2012

    The authorities in Khartoum have extended the seven days departure order issued last week by the governor of White Nile Yussuf Al-Shambali to all South Sudanese temporarily ... read more »