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40% of registered newly displaced in Darfur received aid: OCHA

June 18 - 2015 KHARTOUM
Sudanese women sit and await food and non-food items being distributed to them by international humanitarian organisations in the village of Sileia, north of Geneina (file photo)
Sudanese women sit and await food and non-food items being distributed to them by international humanitarian organisations in the village of Sileia, north of Geneina (file photo)

Of the more than 200,000 registered newly displaced people in Darfur since January 2015, 79,000 people have received some form of humanitarian assistance. Access restrictions and continued insecurity has prevented the United Nations humanitarian office (OCHA) and partners from verifying a further 130,000 people. These people are reported to have been displaced by fighting, in areas including in East Jebel Marra.

The humanitarian snapshot:


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