A Sudanese migrant woman sits in camp outside the headquarters of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Tunis, Tunisia, on March 22, 2023 | Photo: EPA/Mohamed Messara
From file: Eritrean youths in Tunisia who left Eritrea in 2018, the year Yonas finally arrived in the UK via a similar route | Tarek Guizani / InfoMigrants
Hundreds of people of all nationalities are hoping to be able to reach Saudi Arabia from Port Sudan | Photo: REUTERS/Mohammed Benmansour
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Ibrahim Alhaj, 30, makes plans to escape Sudan after weeks of fighting between the Sudanese Army and its rival paramilitary group. | Photo courtesy of Ibrahim Alhaj
People from a group of 343 citizens of Jordan, Palestine, Iraq, Syria, and Germany who were evacuated from Sudan disembark from military aircraft at Marka Military Airport, in Amman, Jordan, 24 April 2023 | Photo: EPA/MOHAMMED ALI
Thousands have been displaced in recent days as fighting continues | Photo: AFP
With poverty levels also on the rise, conflict in South Sudan has migration observers worried | Photo: Stefanie Glinski/Welthungerhilfe
Migration numbers were significantly on the rise in 2022 | Photo: Darko Vojinovic/dpa/AP/picture alliance
Migrants are seen walking near the Pournara migrant reception center in the Republic of Cyprus earlier this year - while in the distance, the flag of the self-declared TRNC is seen etched into the ground | Photo: Picture-alliance
Aymery (left), Emmanuelle (right) and their children sit in their shelter in Plaine Savo, in DR Congo's Ituri province, following a deadly attack on the camp in February 2022. | Photo: UNHCR/Hélène Caux