Ethiopia: Six Months Since Start of Tigray Conflict, 5,000 Children Remain Separated From Parents

Thousands of children are currently separated from their parents as the result of the conflict in Tigray, Ethiopia, with many living in unsafe and dire conditions in informal camps, according to Save the Children.

Six months on since the fighting started, at least 917 unaccompanied and 4,056 separated children have been recorded by the UN[i]. Many of them have no adult caregivers and are at risk of neglect and sexual and physical abuse, Save the Children said.

Many of these children were separated…


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