The Flood Of Poverty

A team of Kuwaitis traveled to Eastern Sudan and visited Eritrean refugee camp to offer some aid. They report what they observed about the forgotten and neglected Eritreans, some of who are third-generation refugees. The first batch of refugees reached Sudanese refugee camps in 1967 and since then, their numbers have been increasing, yet always hoping that someday they would return to their country. The Eritrean regime doesn’t consider the refugees Eritrean citizens and encourages the Sudanese regime to naturalize them, but their status as destitute refugees haven’t changed. The video clip below show what the Kuwaiti team saw…


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