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The Darfur Refugees’ Plight

Anna Praz


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1I would like to express my warmest thanks to all those who have supported and encouraged this research project, in particular my thesis supervisor, Prof. Gilles Carbonnier, and second reader, Prof. Robert Muggah. Grateful thanks then go to Francis Hammond, director of CARE international in Chad, for the invaluable work experience he offered me, and for his trust in bringing me over to eastern Chad a second time. Thanks equally go to the UNHCR, OCHA, International Rescue Committee, the Jesuit Refugee Service, and the Chadian Government for providing access, logistical support and great hospitality in the most remote areas of eastern Chad. I cannot fail to express my warmest gratitude to all the Sudanese refugees, who took precious time to fill out the surveys and participate in this research in a spirit of openness and friendship. Last but not least, thanks to my family for their constant support, to Freddy Bafuka, Martin Pickles, Natasha Mahendran and the many others that contributed with their time, suggestions and prayers.


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