Ethiopian refugees suffer from lack of food and shelter at Sudan's Um Raquba

With many Ethiopian refugees fleeing conflict in the Tigray region, Sudan's Um Raquba reception camp is becoming overcrowded, which left some scrambling to find an adequate shelter and enough food to keep them from going hungry. More than 45,000 people have escaped from northern Ethiopia since November 4, after Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed ordered military operations against leaders of Tigray's ruling party in response to its alleged attacks on federal army camps.