Refugee Camp Tour - South Sudan
Since the burst of the crisis on December 15th 2013, according to the HCR, more than 72000 south-Sudanese refugees entered Ethiopia, mainly in Gambella region.
Each day, 800 additional refugees enter the country, in particular fleeing the fights in Malakal and in the Jonglei State.
On these sites, High Commissioner for Refugees (HCR) teams work with the Administration for Refugees and Returnees Affairs (ARRA), the World Food Program, the International Organization for Migrations, the UNICEF, some foreign NGOs (GOAL, Zoa, Action contre la faim (ACF), Médecins sans frontières (MSF-France), the Danish Refugee Council and the Norwegian Refugee Councin).
We organize tours to Southern Sudan's enormous refugee camps. Our package comprises of 4 Days in which you will experience how the war has ravaged this youngest nation on the planet and how life goes on in the refugee camps that were set up to harbor the refugees. Below is our Itinerary summary;
Day 1: Travel or set off from Kampala (Uganda) to South Sudan through Northern Uganda Day 2: We set one of the several refugee camps set up in the country. We will be able mingle with the people and the care takers of the camps.
Day 3 : Finalizing our visit and setting off for Kampala from the camp visited. Day 4 : Travelling back to Kampala.