IDPs Returning to Central Darfur
Aug.30 2017 - The Central Darfur government has said that over 80 internally displaced persons and refugees have returned to Umm Dukhan locality.
This comes against the backdrop of an agreement inked between the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the United Nations to implement a sustainable return program.
Ismail Adam, the Humanitarian Aid Commissioner in the state, explained to (SMC) that the sustainable solutions program will be implemented in Umm Dukhan locality to be the second local area included in this program after Ambro.
The rest of the states of Darfur will be also be included, pointing that the locality where most IDPs returned to had about 20 villages.
He highlighted arrangements for carrying out field visits to the return villages in the state in coordination with the UNHCR, the Office of Voluntary Return, Reconstruction and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).