The toll free number, 0800720063, is expected to improve Individual Case Management (ICM), identify and fast-track vulnerable cases, reduce costs associated with accessing UNHCR such as transport and the time spent trying to gain access to UNHCR services.
More than 75,000 refugee children in Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan and DRC have crossed South Sudan’s borders either unaccompanied or separated from their families.
Dadaab Refugee Camps have a total of 264 senior and junior youth teams engaged in various sports ranging from football, volleyball and athletics.
The objective of the programme is to improve health standards for the host communities and refugees in Kalobeyei, increase food and nutrition security and promote economic opportunities, increase school enrolment for children, improve child safety and well-being and increase social cohesion between refugees and host communities.
“We do not want to see more refugees. It does not help us. We want them to go back home and become ambassadors of peace.”
In all of our engagements with Government officials (both bilaterally and within the framework established under the Tripartite Agreement of 2013), refugees and other stakeholders, we have consistently stressed that repatriation must be voluntary and cannot, therefore, be time-bound.
Education enables refugees to positively shape the future of both their countries of asylum and their home countries when they one day return.