A Laotian refugee child at the Ban Nam Yao camp, Nan Province, Thailand. There are 2 camps in Nan: Sobtuang camp (10,427 refugees) and Ban Nam Yao camp (13,366 refugees). Living in these camps are refugees from Laos who have fled to Thailand since 1975. These Laotian refugees are from 5 major tribes: Hmong (or Meo), Yao , Phai (or Thin), Lao, and Khmu. Photo ID 101360. 01/07/1979. Thailand. UN Photo/John Isaac. www.unmultimedia.org/photo/
A Cambodian refugee with her child at the Ban Mai Rut refugee camp near Klong Yai, Thailand. There are about 5,200 refugees in this camp which has a permanent wooden structure and several new ones made of bamboo poles and thatched roofs and walls.
A refugee from South Kordofan and her child rest at the Yida refugee camp in Yida April 17, 2013. The refugee camp has 72,058 registered refugees, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), and is considered to be one of the most challenging refugee camps in the world. Picture taken April 17, 2013. REUTERS/Andreea Campeanu (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POVERTY)