United Nations workers in South Darfur believe that the Government of Sudan embezzled money allocated to it for humanitarian purposes. A source in the High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) in South Darfur, who declined to be named, said there is a dispute with the government’s Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC) office in South Darfur.The source said that the HAC received funds to repatriate refugee families from Kalma Camp to their home regions. The funds were meant to cover the cost of relocating 254 families whom the HAC had reported were willing to return to their home areas in South Darfur. However, the government only relocated 177 families. They were moved to Tindisa and Jiddo, which are villages in the the Garsila area, Andi in the Foro Baranga area, and Arum in the area of Wadi Azum.