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.