Eritrean's Struggle for Work in Ethiopia Forces Them to Move On
Many Eritrean refugees - who continue to leave their country due to obligatory National Service, political persecution and limited livelihood opportunities - are forced into insecure and potentially illegal economic arrangements, says the Overseas Development Institute.
Ethiopian Herald, 22 March 2017
Ethiopia is the largest refugee hosting country in Africa. Close to a million refugees are housed in the country so far. The largest number of refugee is from South Sudan, Somalia… Read more »
IRIN, 16 March 2017
Under the early morning sun in the most northern region of Ethiopia a motley group of Eritrean men, women and children arrive dusty and tired at the end of a journey - and at the… Read more »
East Africa: UN Hails Ethiopia's Refugee Handling
Ethiopian Herald, 18 February 2017
The UN Refugee Agency has lauded Ethiopia for its commitment in hosting refugees and providing asylum and other basic needs. Read more »
ODI, 2 March 2017
Efforts to reduce irregular and dangerous secondary migration among Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia are being undermined by the fact they are not allowed to work legally, a new… Read more »
Eritrean refugees living in Ethiopia.