Supplies rushed to new Sudanese arrivals in Central African Republic

The UN refugee agency and sister organizations are rushing supplies to 2,650 newly arrived Sudanese refugees living under desperate conditions in north-eastern Central African Republic (CAR). As part of a convoy of UN humanitarian aid that left the CAR capital of Bangui on Sunday, UNHCR sent shelter materials – including 600 pieces of plastic sheeting, clothes, soap and 600 jerry cans – to help the refugees in Sam Ouandja located near the border with Sudan. World Food Programme trucks are carrying the aid, which is expected to take about 10 days to cover the more than 900-kilometre route to the refugees. Full Story

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