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Around 60,000 people entered Ethiopia from Sudan says UN (OCHA)

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has reported that the number of people crossing the border from Sudan to Ethiopia has reached nearly 60,000. This influx of individuals is a result of the ongoing violence in Sudan, which has led to displacement and forced many to seek refuge in neighboring countries.

The situation update by OCHA highlights the urgent need for humanitarian assistance and support for these displaced individuals. The large number of people entering Ethiopia poses significant challenges in terms of providing adequate shelter, food, and healthcare services. Efforts are underway to address the needs of the affected population and ensure their safety and well-being.

International organizations and humanitarian agencies are working together with the Ethiopian government to provide necessary aid and support to those affected by the crisis. The situation continues to evolve, and monitoring and response efforts are ongoing to address the growing humanitarian needs in the region.