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    Sudan: Refugees Forced to Abandon All in Search of Safety in Ethiopia

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    Khartoum, Sudan – (African Boulevard News) – The ongoing battles in Sudan have forced many to flee their homes and seek refuge elsewhere, with Ethiopia being a popular destination. Despite the dangers and risks involved, many have made the difficult decision to leave everything behind and start a new life in Ethiopia.

    According to reports, the situation in Sudan has become increasingly volatile, with clashes between government forces and rebel groups intensifying in recent weeks. As a result, many people have had to flee their homes in search of safety and security.

    One Sudanese refugee spoke of the difficult decision he had to make to leave his home and everything he had behind. “Our safety and life comes first, we can’t be thinking of the things that we have left behind. Plus, they search you at the road when you come here, so if you had valuable stuff, they take it. So it’s better to leave everything behind and just focus on staying alive,” he said.

    Despite the dangers involved, many have made the journey across the border to Ethiopia, where they hope to find safety, security, and a better life. The UN refugee agency estimates that over 90,000 people have crossed the border into Ethiopia since the beginning of the conflict.

    However, the journey across the border is far from easy. Many refugees have to travel long distances, often on foot, through difficult terrain and dangerous conditions. They also face the risk of abduction, robbery, and other dangers along the way.

    Upon arrival in Ethiopia, refugees are housed in temporary shelters and provided with basic necessities such as food, water, and medical care. However, with the number of refugees increasing every day, resources are becoming stretched thin and more assistance is needed to ensure the well-being of those fleeing the conflict.

    UNHCR Ethiopia representative Ann Encontre highlighted the need for more support for the refugees. “The situation in Sudan is worsening every day, and we are seeing more and more refugees arriving in Ethiopia. We urgently need more support to ensure that they have access to basic necessities such as shelter, food, and medical care,” she said.

    The conflict in Sudan has taken a heavy toll on the lives of many people and shows no signs of abating anytime soon. As the situation continues to evolve, it is crucial that more support is provided to those fleeing the conflict and seeking refuge elsewhere.

    In conclusion, the plight of Sudanese refugees crossing into Ethiopia highlights the devastating impact of conflict on innocent civilians. It is essential for the international community to come together and provide adequate support to ensure the well-being of those impacted by the conflict in Sudan.

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