Matthias Steinbach
Nearly every day either new refugees come from the south sudan by UN trucks into the dzaipi transit camp or get transported into other camps due to the overcrowded transit camp which has at about 25000 refugees. *** Local Caption *** Around 52,000 South Sudanese refugees have settled in Adjumani district, in northern Uganda. And refugees are still arriving. Upon their arrival, they stay in a transit centre before being transferred to a permanent settlement. MSF is providing health care in the transit centre and three permanent camps. In Dzaipi, MSF is running an OPD, an IPD and a therapeutic nutritional centre.