|Nombre de la ubicación||Fuente||Fecha de los datos||Población|
|Addis Ababa||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||2.5%||22,885|
|Gambela||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||44.3%||401,594|
|Benishangul-Gumuz||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||6.9%||62,461|
|Somali||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||28.3%||256,200|
|SNNPR||UNHCR||31 May 2018||0.3%||2,787|
|Tigray||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||4.8%||43,740|
|Afar||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||4.3%||39,162|
|Oromia||UNHCR||31 Jul 2018||0.4%||3,924|
|Other||UNHCR||31 May 2018||8.1%||73,078|
|País de origen||Fuente||Fecha de los datos||Población|
|South Sudan||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||46.6%||422,240|
|Somalia||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||28.4%||257,283|
|Eritrea||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||19.2%||173,879|
|Sudan||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||4.9%||44,620|
|Others||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||0.7%||5,918|
|Yemen||UNHCR||31 Aug 2018||0.2%||1,891|
UNHCR Representation in Ethiopia, 06 Feb 2019
UNHCR has recently observed spontaneous movements of South Sudanese refugees mainly from Kule camp, home to approximately 55,000 refugees, as well as some from Nguenyyiel, the newest camp in the Gambella Regional State. UNHCR staff on the ground reported up to 3,000 refugees may have left the two ca... Leer más
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