Relocated Refugees Still Vulnerable in Ethiopia

Until last month Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) worked in Leitchour camp in Ethiopia, where refugees were seeking shelter from the conflict in South Sudan. The condition of the camps were appalling—some 50,000 people living in the worst conditions. Deputy Head of Mission Brice Garnier describes MSF's role in moving these refugees to a different location and the concerns the organization has now about the conditions in the new camp.