Nov 17 2006 Reuters report
via ST - excerpt:
Witnesses said the eight camps around el-Geneina town have been infiltrated by armed men terrorising residents who fled their homes three years ago to seek refuge from violence.
"There are NGOs here who have half their staff sitting in Khartoum ... they have no travel permit, they do not get a visa, they have to spend more of their time doing paperwork than helping the people," he [UN humanitarian chief Jan Egeland] said.
"The Sudanese should help us help their people, not prevent us helping their people," he said.
Note, the report reminds us there are an estimated 2.5 million refugees in camps in Darfur and across the border in Chad.