Ethiopia's New Law Allows Refugees to Leave Camps and Get Work

Home to Africa's second largest refugee population after Uganda, Ethiopia hosts more than 900,000 people who have fled conflict, drought and persecution in neighbouring countries such as South Sudan, Sudan, Somalia and Eritrea, writes Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Photo: UN

A South Sudanese refugee teaches a class at a primary school in Kule refugee camp, Ethiopia, March 2016.

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