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Eritreans Flee to Sudan & Ethiopia January 3-August 24 2009 SOURCE EPP

Eritreans Fee their Country in Hundreds

August 24, 2009
A group of 302 Eritrean refugees have recently fled their country and arrived in Shegerab refugee camp – in
the neighboring country of Sudan. The group that includes children under the age of 5, teenagers aged
between 5 and 18, and adults above the age of 18 entered Eastern Sudan in the past week (August 13‐20,
2009).
The table below shows age and gender distribution of the new arrivals

 

Age

Both Genders Total

Male Total

Female Total

0-5 of Age

20

11

9

5-18 of Age

60

37

23

18 and Above

222

187

35

Total

302

235

67


According to Eritrean People’s Party sources, since January of this year 13,773 Eritreans have sought political
asylum in Shegerab refugee camp. Shegerab refugee camp is located in Eastern Sudan.

ካብ 13-20 ነሓሰ 2009 ዓ.ም 302
ኤርትራውያን ናብ መደበር ስደተኛታት ሸገራብ ኣትዮም

24.08.2009
ካብ 13-20 ነሓሰ 2009 ዓ.ም.ፈ 302 ኤርትራውያን ስደተኛታት ናብ መደበር
ስደተኛታት ሸገራብ ኣትዮም። ዝርዝር ናይ’ቶም ኣብ ሸገራብ ዝኣተዉ 302 ስደተኛታት
ድማ ከም’ዚ ዝስEብ Iዩ።

 

Age

ትሕቲ 5 ዓመት

ካብ 5-18 ዓመት

ልEሊ 18 ዓመት

ደቂ ኣንስትዮ

9

23

35

ደቂ ተባEትዮ

11

37

187

ጠቕላላ ድምር

20

60

222


ድሕሪ ሓድሽ ዓመት 2009 ክሳብ 20.08.2009 ኣብ መደበር ስደተኛታት ሸገራብ Uቕባ
ዝሓተቱ ብዝሒ ኤርትራውያን 13,773 (13,471 + 302) በጺሑ ኣሎ።

 

 

127 ኤርትራውያን ስደተኛታት ናብ Iትዮጵያ ኣትዮም

24.08.2009
ካብ 16-22 ነሓሰ 2009 ኣብ ዝነበረ መዓልታት 12 ደቂ ኣንስትዮ ዝርከብOም 127 ኤርትራውያን
ስደተኛታት፡ ብዝተፈላለዩ ከባብታት ናብ Iትዮጵያ ኣትዮም። ካብOም፡ 20 ትሕቲ 2 ዓመት
ዝEድሚOም ህጻናት ክዀኑ ከለዉ፡ 44 ድማ፡ ልEሊ 18 ዓመት ዝEድሚOም ተመሃሮ Eዮም። Eቲ
ጸብጻብ ከምዝሕብሮ፡ ካብ ጠቕላላ ቁጽሪ ናይዞም ናብ Iትዮጵያ ዝኣተዉ ኤርትራውያን 51
ወተሃደራት Eዮም። ዝርዝር ናይ Eዞም ወተሃደራት ብዝምልከት ድማ፡ 8 ካብ መበል 16፤ 4 ካብ
መበል 22፤ 11 ካብ መበል 42፤ 19 ካብ መበል 53፤ 6 ካብ መበል 32፤ ከምU ድማ፡ 3 ካብ መበል
11 ክፍለ ሰራዊት Eዮም።

127 Eritrean Refugees Arrived in Northern Ethiopia

August 23, 2099
Eritrean People’s Party sources learned that in the past week (August 16 to 22, 2009) 127 Eritrean refugees
arrived in Northern Ethiopia. Of the 127 new arrivals, 20 are infants under the age of 2, 44 students over the
age of 18, 12 women, and 51 members of the Eritrean army.
The report further added 8 of the soldiers were members of the 16th Eritrean Army Division, 4 members of
the 22nd, 11 members of the 42nd, 19 members of the 53rd, 6 members of the 32nd, and 3 members of the
11th.


July 29, 2009
The brutal political repression, the massive military conscription among the youth, and the persistent hunger
and famine across the country is driving hundreds of Eritreans to seek political asylum in Sudan. In the past
week, between July 20 and July 28, 2009 alone, 408 Eritrean refugees arrived in Shegerab refugee camp ‐ a
camp located in Eastern Sudan, sources of Eritrean People’s Party reported.
The table below shows age and gender distribution of the new arrivals

 

Age

Both Genders Total

Male Total

Female Total

0-5 of Age

10

4

6

5-18 of Age

63

38

25

18 and Above

335

284

51

Total

408

236

82

According to Eritrean People’s Party source, which tracks the number of Eritrean refugees entering Sudan,
reported that since January of this year 12,845 Eritreans have sought political asylum in Shegerab refugee
camp.

 

35 Eritrean Refugees Entered Northern Ethiopia

July 26, 2009
35 Eritrean refugees entered Northern Ethiopia between July 15 and July 22, 2009. The new arrivals, 22
civilians and 13 soldiers, entered Northern Ethiopia after they escaped through the border town of Rama.
The solders escaped from different Divisions in the Eritrean Army, reportedly from the 16th, 42nd, and 22nd
divisions. The civilian group comprises students and workers, including a mother with children.

 

347 Eritreans Fled Their Country

July 22, 2009
Sources of Eritrean People’s Party said 347 Eritrean refugees arrived in Shegerab refugee camp ‐ a camp
located in Eastern Sudan between July 13 and July 19, 2009.
The table below shows age and gender distribution of the new arrival

 

 

 

Age

Both Genders Total

Male Total

Female Total

0-5 of Age

15

6

9

5-18 of Age

52

30

22

18 and Above

280

229

51

Total

347

265

82

The number of Eritrean refugees who sought political asylum in Shegerab refugee camp since January of this
year has reached 12,437.

 

113 Eritrean Refugees Entered Northern Ethiopia

July 16, 2009
Over the past weekend, July 8‐12 2009, 113 Eritrean refugees have entered Northern Ethiopia. The new
arrivals, 45 of them soldiers and 68 students have crossed into Ethiopia through the border towns of
Zalambesa, Rama, and Gerhu Sirnai.
The student group comprises 16 women and 52 men. In the past two weeks, 237 Eritrean refugees have
entered Northern Ethiopia, sources of Eritrean People’s Party reported.

49 Eritrean Refugees Arrived in Northern Ethiopia

August 18, 2009
49 Eritrean refugees arrived in Northern Ethiopia, following their escape from their country. The new refugee
arrivals, 23 soldiers and 26 civilians crossed the Eritrean border into Northern Ethiopia between August 10
and 15, 2009, Eritrean People’s Party sources reported.
Of the 23 soldiers, 10 served in the 11th Eritrean Army Division, 11 in the 16th division, and 2 in the Eritrean
Air Force. The civilians, comprising 22 male and 4 female are all students.
In addition, two Eritrean refugees, one male and one female drowned in the Tekeze River on Wednesday,
July 22, 2009 after they tried to cross the river to enter Ethiopia. Swept away by the powerful river, their
dead bodies were found on the side of the river, miles from the location where the incident occurred,
reported Eritrean People’s Party source.

 

371 Eritrean Refugees Entered Eastern Sudan
Department of Information and Culture
Eritrean People’s Party
August 14, 2009
In the past week, between August 4 and August 14, 2009, 371 Eritrean refugees arrived in Shegerab refugee
camp ‐ a camp located in Eastern Sudan, sources of Eritrean People’s Party reported.
The table below shows age and gender distribution of the new arrivals
Age Both Genders Total Male Total Female Total

 

 

Age

Both Genders Total

Male Total

Female Total

0-5 of Age

35 23 12

5-18 of Age

66

39

27

18 and Above

270 196

74

Total

371

58

113



According to Eritrean People’s Party sources, since January of this year 13,471 Eritreans have sought political
asylum in Shegerab refugee camp.

255 Eritrean Refugees Entered Eastern Sudan
Department of Information and Culture
Eritrean People’s Party
August 6, 2009
In the past week, between July 29 and august 3, 2009, 255 Eritrean refugees arrived in Shegerab refugee
camp ‐ a camp located in Eastern Sudan, sources of Eritrean People’s Party reported.
The table below shows age and gender distribution of the new arrivals

 

Age

Both Genders Total

Male Total

Female Total

0-5 of Age

12 5 7

5-18 of Age

27

18

9

18 and Above

216 178

38

Total

255

201

54

 


According to Eritrean People’s Party sources, since January of this year 13,100 Eritreans have sought political
asylum in Shegerab refugee camp.

 

ካብ 29 ሓምለ ክሳብ 3 ነሓሰ 2009 ዓ.ም 255
ኤርትራውያን ናብ መደበር ስደተኛታት ሸገራብ ኣትዮም
ክፍሊ ዜናን ባህልን
ሰልፊ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ
06.08.2009
ካብ 29 ሓምለ 2009 ክሳብ 3 ነሓሰ 2009 ዓ.ም.ፈ 255 ኤርትራውያን ስደተኛታት ናብ
መደበር ስደተኛታት ሸገራብ ኣትዮም። ዝርዝር ናይ’ቶም ኣብ ሸገራብ ዝኣተዉ 255
ስደተኛታት ድማ ከም’ዚ ዝስEብ Iዩ።

 

 

Age

ትሕቲ 5 ዓመት

ካብ 5-18 ዓመት

ልEሊ 18 ዓመት

ደቂ ኣንስትዮ

7

9

38

ደቂ ተባEትዮ

5

18

201

ጠቕላላ ድምር

12

27

255



ድሕሪ ሓድሽ ዓመት 2009 ክሳብ 03.08.2009 ኣብ መደበር ስደተኛታት ሸገራብ Uቕባ
ዝሓተቱ ብዝሒ ኤርትራውያን 13,100 (12,845 + 255) በጺሑ ኣሎ።

 

25 Eritrean Refugees Arrived in Ethiopia

July 8, 2009

 

In this week, July 2-7 2009, 25 Eritrean refugees have fled their country and arrived in Northern Ethiopia. The new refugees, 14 civilians and 11 soldiers, escaped the country and entered Northern Ethiopia through the border town of Rama.

 

Of the 11 soldiers, 3 served as members of the 11th Eritrean Army Division, 3 as members of the 36th, 3 as member of the 16th, and 2 as members of the 22nd. In addition, one female is reported to be among the 14 civilians.

 

 In the past week, another group of 99 Eritrean refugees entered Northern Ethiopia using the same route

 

505 Eritrean Refugees enter Eastern Sudan

07.07.2009

 

ካብ 2-7 ሓምለ 2009 ኣብ ዘሎ ግዜ 15 ሲቪላውያንን 10 ወተሃደራትን ዝርከብዎም ብጠቕላላ 25 ኤርትራውያን ስደተኛታት ብግንባር ራማ ናብ ኢትዮጵያ ኣትዮም። እቶም ወተሃደራት፡ 3 ካብ ክፍለ- ሰራዊት 11፤ 3 ካብ ክፍለ-ሰራዊት 36፤ 3 ካብ ክፍለ-ሰራዊት 16፤ 2 ድማ ካብ ክፍለ-ሰራዊት 22 ዘምለጡ ወተሃደራት ምዃኖም ኣብ’ቲ ከባቢ ዝርከቡ ምንጪታት ሰልፊ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ ሓቢሮም። ኣብ መንጐ’ቶም 15 ሲቭላውያን ከኣ፡ ሓንቲ ጓል ኣንስተይቲ ከምዘላ ተፈሊጡ ኣሎ።

 

Department of Information and Culture

Eritrean Peoples Party

January 3, 2009

 

 

505 Eritrean Refugees enter Eastern Sudan

 

Department of Information and Culture

Eritrean People’s Party

 

255 Eritrean Refugees Entered Eastern Sudan
Department of Information and Culture
Eritrean People’s Party

August 6, 2009
In the past week, between July 29 and august 3, 2009, 255 Eritrean refugees arrived in Shegerab refugee
camp ‐ a camp located in Eastern Sudan, sources of Eritrean People’s Party reported.
The table below shows age and gender distribution of the new arrivals
Age Both Genders Total Male Total Female Total

 

 

Age

Both Genders Total

Male Total

Female Total

0-5 of Age

12

5

7

5-18 of Age

27

18

9

18 and Above

216

178

38

Total

255

201

54


According to Eritrean People’s Party sources, since January of this year 13,100 Eritreans have sought political
asylum in Shegerab refugee camp.

July 5, 2009

 

Over the past two weeks (June 24 to July 3, 2009), 505 Eritreans have arrived at Shegerab refugee camp in Eastern Sudan.  The table below shows age and gender of the new arrivals.

 

 

Age

Both Genders Total

Male Total

Female Total

0-5 of Age

21

15

6

5-18 of Age

62

41

21

18 and Above

422

355

67

Total

505

411(81.4%)

94 (18.6%)

The number of Eritrean refugees entering Shegerab refugee camp, in Eastern Sudan has been increasing at alarming rate since January 2009. To date, the number has hit 11,641.

 

 

The population of Eritrean refugees entering Shegrab refugee camp, in Sudan has been growing at an alarming rate in December 2008, bringing the total new arrivals to 842 between December 11 and December 26, 2008. The following is age and gender distribution of the new arrivals:

 

Age distribution of female arrivals

Under age 5, 19

5-18 years of age, 54

Over 18 years of age, 108

 

Age distribution of male arrivals

Under age 5, 47

5-18 of age 151

Over 18 years of age, 463

The above number represents Eritreans who crossed the border frome Eritrea into Sudan within two weeks. The new arrivals have asked refuggee asylum at Shagarab refugee camp.

 

 

A total of 365 Eritrean Refugees arrive at Shegrab Refugee Camp

 

Department of Information and Culture

Eritrean Peoples Party

January 6, 2009

 

In one week (12/27/08-01/02/09), 365 Eritreans arrived at Shegrab refugee camp, the majority of them being men and women over 18 years of age. Among the new arrivals are children and young adults. The following is a table showing the new arrivals by age and gender.

 

Age

Male

Female

Total

0 - 5

4

7

11

5 - 18

47

14

61

18 & above

215

78

293

Total

266

99

365

 

Over the last six months, the number of Eritrean refugees entering Sudan has been growing. Eritrean Peoples Party source say, since the beginning of December 2008, the number of new arrivals to Shegrab refugee camp totaled 1206. Owing to the escalation of repression and human rights violation in Eritrea, the rate of new arrivals is expected to increase in 2009.

 

 

A total of 365 Eritrean Refugees arrive at Shegrab Refugee Camp

 

Department of Information and Culture

Eritrean Peoples Party

January 6, 2009

 

In one week (12/27/08-01/02/09), 365 Eritreans arrived at Shegrab refugee camp, the majority of them being men and women over 18 years of age. Among the new arrivals are children and young adults. The following is a table showing the new arrivals by age and gender.

 

Age

Male

Female

Total

0 - 5

4

7

11

5 - 18

47

14

61

18 & above

215

78

293

Total

266

99

365

 

Over the last six months, the number of Eritrean refugees entering Sudan has been growing. Eritrean Peoples Party source say, since the beginning of December 2008, the number of new arrivals to Shegrab refugee camp totaled 1206. Owing to the escalation of repression and human rights violation in Eritrea, the rate of new arrivals is expected to increase in 2009.

 

The Influx of Eritrean Refugees into Sudan Increased;

487 New Eritrean Refugees Arrived in Sudan between 3 and 9 January 2009

 

Department of Information and Culture

Eritrean Peoples Party

January 13, 2009

 

In the course of one week (1/3-1/9/09), 487 Eritrean refugees have entered Shegraib refugee camp. Sources of Eritrean Peoples Party in Eastern Sudan say majority of the new arrivals are veteran freedom fighters, battalion commanders, and company officers.

The following table shows the age and gender of the new arrivals.

Age

Male

Female

Total

0-5

14

20

34

5-18

130

34

164

18 & above

209

80

289

Total

353

134

487

On other news, three members if the Eritrean Air Force phave abandoned the repressive government of Eritrea and sought political asylum in Sudan this week. Major Mussie Issac and flight technician Amir Ahmed are two of the three members of the Eritrean Air force known to have sought political asylum in Sudan.

A Total of 407 Eritrean Refugees Arrived at

Shegrab Refugee Camp between 10 and 17 January 2009

 

Department of Information and Culture

Eritrean Peoples Party

January 19, 2009

 

A total of 407 Eritrean refugees have arrived at the Sudanese refugee camp of Shegraib between 10 and 17 January 2009.  The following table shows the age and gender distribution.

Age

Male

Female

Total

0-5

18

13

31

5-18

61

24

85

18 & Above

232

59

291

Total

311

96

407

The number of Eritreans crossing from Eritrea into Sudan has been on the increase in recent weeks. At least, since the start of the New Year, 894 Eritrean refugees have arrived at the Sudanese refugee camp of Shegraib, seeking political asylum.

 

Seven Hundred & Five Eritreans Arrive at Shagarab Refugee Camp

Department of Information and culture

Eritrean Peoples Party

January 27, 2009

 

Seven hundred and five Eritreans have arrived at the Sudanese refugee camp of Shagraib between 18 and 25 January 2009.

 

The following table shows the age and gender distribution.

Age

Male

Female

Total

0-5

19

11

30

5-18

154

29

183

18 & above

420

72

492

Total

593

112

705

Since the beginning of the New Year, 1599 Eritrean asylum seekers have arrived at various Sudanese refugee camps.

 

In the First Week of February, 550 Eritreans Fled to Sudan

 

Department of Information and Culture

Eritrean Peoples Party

February 8, 2009

 

Hundreds of Eritreans Continue to Flood into Sudan. In the first week of February alone, 550 Eritreans fled to Shegraib refugee camp in Sudan, according to the Eritrean Peoples Party sources. The following list shows age and gender distribution of the new arrivals.

Age

Male

Female

Total

0-5

38

26

64

5-18

109

52

161

18 & above

222

103

325

Total

369

181

550                         

Since the beginning of the New Year, 2580 Eritreans have sought political asylum in Sudan. They are being housed in Shegraib refugee camp.

 In the Second Week of February, 462 Eritreans Flee their Country

Department of Information and Culture

Eritrean Peoples Party

February 15, 2009

Sources of Eritrean Peoples Party in Sudan say 462 Eritreans have fled their country in the second week of Februay (8-14/2009) and entered Shegraib refugee camp. The list below shows age and gender of the new arrivals.

Age

Male

Female

Total

0-5

11

16

27

5-18

81

35

116

18 & above

254

65

319

Total

346

116

462

 

A Group of 446 Eritrean Refugees Flee to Sudan 

 

Department of Information and Culture

Eritrean Peoples Party

February 27, 2009

 

A group of 446 Eritrean refugees arrived at Shegraib refugee camp between 15 and 24 February 2009. The following table shows the age and gender distribution of the new arrivals.

 

Age

Male

Female

Total

0-5

17

19

36

5-18

64

43

107

18 & above

241

62

303

Total

322

124

446

 

Since the beginning of the New Year 2009, the number of Eritrean refugees who sought political asylum in the Sudanese refugee camp of Shegraib has risen to 3488.

 

Flow of Eritrean Refugees into Sudan Increases

 

Department of Information and Culutre

Eritrean Peoples Party

March 12, 2009

 

The flow of Eritrean refugees to Sudan continues. The number has increased to a rate of some 500 every two weeks. This week (4-11/3/2009) alone, 608 Eritreans entered Shegerab refugee camp. The number of Eritrean refugees who sought political asylum in Shegerab refugee camp since January 2009 stood at 4609, sources of Eritrean Peoples Party reported.

 

The table below is the age and gender distribution of the new arrivals.

 

 

 

Age

Both Genders

Total

608

Male

Total

465 (76%)

Female

Total

143 (24%)

 

 

 

 

0-5

30

22

8

5-18

88

52

36

18 & Above

490

391

99

 

 

 

 

578 Eritrean Refugees Arrive at Shegerab Refugee Camp

Department of Information and Culture

Eritrean Peoples Party

March 19, 2009

Sources of Eritrean Peoples Party said 578 Eritreans arrived in Shegerab refugee camp, in Sudan between March 18 and 23, 2009. The number of Eritrean refugees who sought political asylum in Shegerab refugee camp since January of this year has reached 5718.

The table below shows the age and gender distribution of the new arrivals.

Age

Both Genders

Male Total

Female Total

 

 

 

 

0-5

47

28

19

5-18

134

80

54

18 & above

397

320

77

Total

578

428 (74%)

150 (26%)

Number of Eritreans Fleeing from Repression Grows

Department of Information and Culture

Eritrean Peoples Party

April 23, 2009

In the last seven days, from April 15 to April 21, 2009, 628 Eritreans have fled their country and arrived

at Shegerab refugee camp, in Eastern Sudan.

The number of Eritreans fleeing from repression and violence under the dictatorship regime of Isayas is

growing every week. Since January 2009, the number of Eritreans who crossed the border into Eastern

Sudan has reached 7935.

The table below shows the age and gender of the new arrivals.

Age Both Genders

Total

Male

Total

Female

Total

0‐5 54 29 25

5‐18 137 74 63

18 & above 435 350 85

Total 626 453 (72%) 173 (28

ካብ Eለት 22-28 ሚያዝያ 2009 . 314

ኤርትራውያን ናብ መደበር ስደተኛታት ሸገራብ ኣትዮም

ክፍሊ ዜናን ባህልን

ሰልፊ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ

01.05.2009

ካብ Eለት 22-28 ሚያዝያ 2009 .. 314 ኤርትራውያን ስደተኛታት ናብ መደበር ስደተኛታት

ሸገራብ ከምዝኣተዉ ምንጪታት ሰልፊ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ ካብ ሱዳን ሓቢሮም ዝርዝር ናይቶም ኣብ

ሸገራብ ዝኣተዉ 314 ስደተኛታት ድማ ከም ዝስE I

ትሕቲ 5 ዓመት

ካብ 5-18 ዓመት

E 18 ዓመት

ድምር

ደቂ ኣንስትዮ 10 25 47 82

ደቂ ተባEትዮ 12 27 193 232

ጠቕላላ ድምር 22 52 240 314

ድሕሪ ሓድሽ ዓመት 2009 ክሳብ 28.04.2009 ኣብ መደበር ስደተኛታት ሸገራብ Uቕባ ዝሓተቱ

ብዝሒ ኤርትራውያን 8249 (7935 + 314) በጺሑ ኣሎ

 

407 Eritrean Refugees Arrive at Shegerab Refugee Camp
Department of Information and Culture
Eritrean People’s Party
June 16, 2009


Over the past seven days, between June 8 and 14, 407 Eritreans have fled their country and crossed the
border into Shegerab refugee camp, in Eastern Sudan. About a third of the new arrivals are women and
children.
The table below shows age and gender distribution of the new arrivals
Age Both Genders Male Total Female Total
0 ‐ 5 43 18 25
5‐18 52 37 15
18 & above 312 236 76
Total 407 291 (71%) 116 (29%)
The regime’s perpetual torture, repression, imprisonment, and indefinite military conscription are forcing
Eritreans to flee across the borders to Eastern Sudan, as well as to Northern Ethiopia in hundreds every week.
Since January 2009 alone, 10,609 Eritrean refugees are reported to have arrived at Shegerab refugee camp,
in Eastern Sudan.

 

 

12 Eritreans Fled the Country
Department of Information and Culture
Eritrean People’s Party
June 18, 2009

 


Nine Students, including three members of the 16th Eritrean Army Division fled the country and are now
seeking refuge in Northern Ethiopia. One of the students who chose not to disclose his name also reported
that two of his colleagues were shot and wounded by Eritrean forces on the border area while trying to cross
into the Ethiopian side of the border.
Nobody knows whether they are still alive or dead, the student added. The names of the two wounded
students are Habtom Tewolde from Mendefera and Anwar Mohammed from Adi Quala

 

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