KAMPALA, 2 January 2014 (IRIN) - Thousands of South Sudanese fleeing violence have crossed into neighbouring Uganda, where officials say resources and land to meet their needs are in short supply.
“We had not expected this. We are struggling to handle the situation. The influx entails resources. These people need shelter, food, water, basic necessities and treatment. Some of them have injuries which need treatment,” Musa Ecweru, Uganda’s state minister for relief, disaster preparedness ...
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