Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan

by Consortium for Capacity Building (CCB), University of Colorado at Boulder
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan
Sustain Tigrayan/Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan

Project Report | Aug 1, 2023
The refugees and the crisis in the Sudan, what is next?

By Tsegay Wolde-Georgis | Project Leader

Dear supporters and friends,

The Tigray refugees went to Sudan to escape from the conflict in their homes. Now that there is a peace Treaty between the Federal and the Tigray regional governments the hope was for the refugees to return home. Until no internally or externally displaced person has resettled in their former homes. Western and Southern Tigray are still occupied. The Federal Government is responsible to clear these areas according to the Pretoria agreement.

However, the problem in Sudan is complicated by the civil war. Sudanese civilians themselves are leaving the country and we are hoping that there would be peace in that country. The Ethiopian refugees in Sudan are between two uncomfortable rocks. We hope that they would be freed of these two rocks so that they can live and prosper. 

When we get more information, we will share them with you as soon as possible. Thank you for all your humanitarian support.

Best wishes.

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Apr 4, 2023
The peace agreement and the status of resettlement

By Tsegay Wolde-Georgis | Project Leader

Dec 2, 2022
New Peace plan between the Federal Gov and Tigray

By Tsegay Wolde-Georgis | Project Leader

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Consortium for Capacity Building (CCB), University of Colorado at Boulder

Location: Boulder, Colorado - USA
Website:
Tsegay Wolde-Georgis
Project Leader:
Tsegay Wolde-Georgis
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Boulder , Colorado United States

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