Supported by UNHCR and the Governments of Ethiopia and Kenya, 76 Ethiopian refugees returned home voluntarily this week from Kakuma refugee camp
A group of 76 Ethiopian refugees have voluntarily returned home from Kenya’s Kakuma camp. This marks the first major voluntary repatriation program for Ethiopian refugees in the country.
UNHCR welcomes Ethiopia’s ratification yesterday of the African Union Convention for the Protection and Assistance of Internally Displaced Persons in Africa, known as the Kampala Convention.
UNHCR and partners are appealing for robust international support for refugee operations in Ethiopia with the launch of a funding appeal for US$658 million
A cooperative of Somali refugees and Ethiopian host community, supported by the IKEA Foundation, turn invasive weeds into energy
A vocational programme funded by the German government teaches skills such as cooking, woodworking and mechanics to refugees and their hosts in Ethiopia.
Crop failures, livestock die-offs, and Al-Shabab extortion demands are driving thousands of farmers and pastoralists to abandon their lands and seek refuge.
UNHCR welcomes Ethiopia’s historic new refugee law which focuses on ensuring refugees have the opportunity to be self-reliant.
When John from South Sudan arrived he was scared and alone, now he realises the importance of friendships, and achieving peace through education.