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Relief International began partnering with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in 2009. Together, our work aims to save lives, protect rights, and build better futures for refugees, forcibly displaced communities, and stateless people in fragile settings.

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Women produce cookstoves at the Kaya Tree Nursery in Maban County, South Sudan. The women are given the materials and training, and keep all profits from the sale of the stoves.

South Sudan

Strengthening Health and Livelihoods for Refugees in South Sudan

U.N. Refugee Agency

In late 2011, clashes in Sudan’s Blue Nile State forced tens of thousands of people to flee across the border to Maban County in South Sudan. Approximately 150,000 refugees now live in this region in four camps – Batil, Doro, Gendrassa, and Kaya – and face a precarious socioeconomic situation.

Past Project 31 DECEMBER 2018