Sudan Emergency | CORE week 1 product: Population Movement from Sudan
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Following the outbreak of armed conflict in Sudan on 15 April 2023, growing numbers of refugees, returnees and third country nationals have been crossing into neighbouring countries. As of 28 April, the most significant cross border movements in the region have been Sudanese refugees arriving in Chad, mixed movements into Egypt, and South Sudanese returning to South Sudan. Sudanese refugees have also arrived in the Central African Republic (CAR). Limited new arrivals are currently being reported in Ethiopia amongst which small numbers of refugees previously hosted by Sudan and Ethiopia. Preparedness efforts for new arrivals are underway together with the Government and partners. UNHCR has not yet registered any refugees arriving in Libya.
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