Refugee and migrant youth in Ethiopia

access to income, protection risks and assistance needs

35% of the recorded refugee and asylum seeker population in Ethiopia are adolescents and youth (aged 12-24 years), around 280,000 people, and this does not include those with irregular status. Information on the specific profiles, conditions and needs of youth is however scarce. This snapshot, produced in partnership with Save the Children’s East African Migration Routes program, sheds light on the profiles of young refugees and migrants aged 18-24 in Ethiopia, their access to income-generating activities in the country, the main protection risks they perceive and their assistance needs.


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