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Our Darfur Refugee Response

Darfur, a region in western Sudan roughly the size of Texas, is widely recognized as one of the worst humanitarian crises today. The conflict, which started in 2003, has led to the displacement of 2.7 million people, 300,000 of whom have fled into refugee camps in eastern Chad, where food, water, health care, and other critical resources are often scarce. While some voluntary, organized returns of internally displaced persons (IDPs) to their original communities have begun, many are doubtful of what they will face upon their return in terms of land, security, and basic services. 

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