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Buy and Download Description After the exchanges between the Sudanese Government and external donors between 1980 and 1983, the government lost its ability to control refugee policy, or to direct its implementation. As the government successfully sought more assistance from foreign donors, the aid organisations, and in particular UNHCR, were more able to dominate government policy. After 1983, there were even some extreme cases of intervention by foreign organisations and governments to assist particular refugee groups and dissident political fronts directly. Examples of these extreme cases were the secret operations to help the Falasha (Ethiopian Jews) to leave Sudan, and the direct assistance given by some European NGOs to political fronts such as the TPLF, the ELF and the EPLF. However, without minimising the importance of these developments, this discussion is confined to the role of UNHCR, the main partner of the government in dealing with the consequences of the refugee influx. The role of COR declined, while UNHCR emerged as the more active agent, which imposed its own priorities, particularly with regard to settlement policy and its attempts to promote the repatriation of refugees to Ethiopia. After the exchanges between the Sudanese Government and external donors between 1980 and 1983, the government lost its ability to control refugee policy, or to direct its implementation. As the government successfully sought more assistance from f
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