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Updated On: Tuesday, 23 January 2018
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20 June 2017, Arua District, Uganda | UN Photo - Mark Garten

The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and partners opened a new settlement area in Arua district, northern Uganda, in February 2017, to host thousands of refugees arriving from South Sudan. The new Imvepi settlement was opened after Palorinya settlement in Moyo district, which was opened in December 2016, rapidly reached its 135,000 refugee-hosting capacity.

Imvepi Refugee Settlement in Arua District, Northern Uganda Gallery

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