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Eritreans Flee to Sudan
Country of Asylum
The Refugee Households
Land in the Settlements
Labor in the Settlements
Mechanization and SelfReliance in the Settlements
Income in the Settlements
Viability and SelfReliance in the Settlements
SelfReliance or Dependence?
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Aburakham and Wad Aburakham Wad Awad According Adingrar Aburakham Wad annual Asmara assistance average constraints costs country of asylum crop production cultivable land Dehema Adingrar Aburakham EA-A Eastern Sudan economic Eritrean highlands Eritrean refugees Ethiopian factors family labor farm households farm labor feddans flight Gedaref hafirs hired labor holdings household heads income groups income-generating activities increased Kassala Province Khartoum Kunama labor requirement landless livestock mainly majority mechanization non-farm op.cit operation pastoralists Percentage Distribution place of origin poor households population problem Qala en Nahal Rahad river rainfed refugee farmers refugee households refugee land settlements refugee settlements reported rich households Saho Salmin sample households SCC/ESRP scheme season seen from Table sesame settlers shortage social sorghum sources subsistence Sudanese survey Tessenei Tigrinya total sample tractors Umbrush Dehema Adingrar Umsaqata Umbrush Dehema UNHCR viable villages Wad Awad Total wage labor weeding Zurzur