Ethiopia Refugee Camp Becomes World's Second Largest
A camp that was set up in Ethiopia to shelter Somali refugees has hit a record high of 170,000 making it the world's second largest refugee complex, according to the United Nations.
Displaced (file photo): Somalis are forced to leave their homes due to conflict, drought and lately due to insecurity in southern and central parts of the country.
Sudan Tribune, 19 November 2012
The number of Somalia refugees sheltered at Ethiopia's Dollo Ado refugee camp has hit a record high of 170,000 making it the world's second largest refugee complex, according to ... read more »
UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 12 November 2012
Ethiopians would like to continue to be good Samaritans to the hundreds of thousands seeking refuge from drought and conflict in neighbouring Somalia, but massive camps in fragile ... read more »
Government of Ethiopia, 24 October 2012
The United Nations High Commission for Refugees has announced it is to open another new camp in Ethiopia to deal with Somalis fleeing conflict and insecurity. read more »