|Addis Ababa||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||11.6%||105,034|
|Gambela||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||44.3%||401,594|
|Benishangul-Gumuz||UNHCR||30 Jun 2019||6.9%||62,461|
|Somali||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||28.0%||253,840|
|Tigray||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||4.8%||43,740|
|Afar||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||4.3%||39,162|
|Country of origin||Source||تاريخ البيانات||Population|
|South Sudan||UNHCR||30 Jun 2019||44.3%||401,594|
|Somalia||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||28.0%||253,840|
|Eritrea||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||12.4%||112,498|
|Others||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||8.1%||73,629|
|Sudan||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||6.9%||62,461|
|Yemen||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||0.2%||1,809|
Somalia is at the heart of one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world today. Twenty years of conflict and waves of drought have uprooted a quarter of the country’s 7.5 million people. As the region faces its most severe drought in 60 years, the Somali exodus is growing fast. The refugees urgently need medical aid and high-protein, high-energy food. They also need clean water, shelter and basic services in the camps.
Humanitarian actors involved in the response to the outflow of civilians from Yemen due to the current conflict are committed to providing life-saving assistance and protection to those fleeing Yemen, pending durable solutions.
As the protracted emergency enters its sixth year, the South Sudan situation remains the largest refugee situation on the African continent. There are over 2.2 million refugees in Sudan, Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya and the Democratic Republic of the Congo and a further 1.8 million people displaced internally in South Sudan. The situation continues to be characterized as a children’s crisis with children constituting over 65 percent of the refugee population.