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2012-04-04 (Radio Dabanga) - Poor conditions for disabled residents in Dereig camp PDF Drucken E-Mail

Source: Radio Dabanga
Date: 04.04.2012

Dereig (4 Apr .) - The humanitarian conditions for around 4,200 disabled people in Dereig camp people in North Darfur are very poor with no support from organsiations or the local authorities since the camp opened in 2004.

Sources at the camp said out of the 39,995 registered displaced people at the camp, the disabled residents have no access to wheel chairs or necessary facilities.

They said many of the disabled people are unable to move around the camp for fear of attacks and random shootings by militants and Abu Tira forces (central reserve forces).

The sources appealed to local authorities and humanitarian organisations to move to open health centres and assist these people living in very insecure environments.

 

 
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