South Sudan facing refugee crisis

Camps in South Sudan struggling to cope as thousands flee fighting in neighbouring South Kordofan.



    Fighting in Sudan's South Kordofan has displaced hundreds of thousands of people, with growing numbers fleeing across the border into neighbouring South Sudan.

    Refugee camps in remote areas are in desperate need of humanitarian aid.
     
    Tens of thousands now live at Yida refugee camp in South Sudan. And as Peter Greste reports, most are not getting the aid they need.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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