The Oromo Human Rights and Relief Organization received information that hundreds of Oromo refugees living in Egypt for years are suffering due to lack of social and humanitarian aid. These refugees could not get job and help themselves and their families. Though they applied for resettlement in a third country where they hope to find jobs and support themselves, their request is not accepted.


The names of the 119 suffering Oromo refugees reached OMRHO e.V are listed below: 

 

No

Names

UNHCR File Number

Telephone

1

Badr Abdullah Ganamo

3876/2004

125155228

2

Gadise Abraham Tolasa

 

177207626

3

Lalise Desta

1135/2010

184274895

4

Sitayu Tefer

4536/279

127639279

5

Kukuye tesfaye

1986/2011

128594941

6

Mulu dessta

51/2001

 

7

Darartu Gamachu

1033/2011

147915591

8

Simale  hailu bekele

1624/2010

161079257

9

Meherat magarsa

252/2011

108358615

10

Hirut  Abdisa

1727/2011

185712084

11

Mesarat Hergate

3411/2004

123391143

12

Abaya mosisa

593/2011

143554711

13

Salahi  abdallah Hassan

22227

140022945

14

Amanuel Abraham

276/2008

142159608

15

Tanangy Wakjira

1169/2011

 

16

Hiki Alamu   Takala

605/2011

182012223

17

Eleni teflos

327/2011

187337973

18

Jemayinesh  Tadasa

832/2010

148261680

19

Ebise Mamo bulcha

280/2010

123856963

20

Jemal Bari   Adunya

1049/2011

183466495

21

Solomon bekele

648/2002

103174469

22

Daele asefa

366/2003

102425785

23

Shuhuda Mohamed

1991/2011

1528755998

24

Bilise Adem

404/2010

197174117

25

Yusuf Abafita

1951/2009

107106257

26

Bulto Itafa Sefu

309/2011

 

27

Jamila Husein Suleman

1181/2010

 

28

Hafiz  Tamam

462/2011

152350348

29

Saida faris

1835/2011

 

30

Dunya Kadir

1728/2011

140414175

31

Amina Mohamed

1947/2009

108112162

32

Radiya Muhamed Abafita

304/2011

152350348

33

Agengne Eshetu

187/2010

148791849

34

Anwar Yasin

1505/2009

1529567749

35

Harun ahmed

1622/2010

123185395

36

Sabontu Tamam

224/2011

1525825523

37

Mao Ababiya

310/2011

111394498

38

Jobir Qurbi

389/2011

1521861760

39

Kalid Abazinab

1861/2011

1524781326

40

Miftaah Abamachaa

330/2011

1119765122

41

Abdi Abamachaa

404/2010

100201669

42

Hanan Jamal

613 /2007

192820716

43

Munira Abamacha

183/2010

 

44

Iman Sharif

71/2010

147501947

45

Abdulla Kalil

2174/2006

107417833

46

Awal Sabsab

1091/2011

146537151

47

Sifan Kamal

390/2011

 

48

Fadila Nuradin

812/2011

 

49

Firanbon Mooti Chaala

1907/2011

 

50

Danye Aschalew

1728/2011

140414175

51

Roza Zakariyaa

1832/2011

140414906

52

Tiyya Mohamed

1399/2011

 

53

Najash Taha

316/2011

1524247052

54

Fatiha Johar

317/2011

1523146476

55

Hasanat Abdullah

307/2011

 

56

Ahmed Salah

1774/2011

1528755887

57

Mohamed Hasane

299/2011

 

58

Sifan Husen Tamam

1662/2011

11268558

59

Najati Ahmed

1795/2011

1529928332

60

Chaala Umar

1702/2010

180705714

61

Ikram Umar

218/2010

1521405790

62

Umeeyma Abdulsalam

301/2011

1526816914

63

Fatuma Adam

1048/2011

1528559475

64

Ahmed Said

1048/2011

1528559475

65

Azima Mohamed

398/2011

1526986356

66

Kazina Mustafa

1787/2011

 

67

Lali Bayaan

1778/2011

1528713861

68

Dureti Abdi

1732/2011

1528518472

69

Nure Ahmed

1726/2011

141976455

70

Nadia Abdurahman

1399/2011

 

71

Samir Mohamed

1399/2011

 

72

Sami Mohamed

1399/2011

 

73

Ubeyd Ahmed

398/2011

1526986356

74

Chaltu Mohamed

1399/2011

 

75

Rehana Mohamed

1399/2011

 

76

Fuad Abdulla

420/2011

117746995

77

Bayan Abadiir Mohamed

1340/2010

180917861

78

Ahmed Sani

1760/2011

1526741115

79

Biiftu Sani

1756/2011

 

80

Falmata Mohamed

1422/2010

111143491

81

Darartu Bushra

303/2011

180917861

82

Feyruza Mohamed

1693/2010

14971960

83

Sartu Izzudin

1695/2010

148333047

84

Izudin Shamil

225/2011

186815840

85

Safiya Shamil

247/2011

179957769

86

Shara zaruni

1120/2011

109682932

87

Sartu Ahmed Hussein

302/2011

186032291

88

Nadia Abdullah

297/2011

1524895803

89

Nawala Mohamed

1051/2011

1524894252

90

Dasi Siraji

298/2011

126185998

91

Fuad Mohamed Isa

1504/2010

1523503485

92

Fatuma Abdo Ahmed

314/2011

179967708

93

Fahima Muhammed Yasin

331/2011

183842077

94

Robsan Baha Adunya

1049/2011

183466495

95

Alawiya Tura Abdussalam

325/2011

 

96

Fate Muhammad

1827/2009

 

97

Kimiya Haji Ali Abdi

2009/1999

 

98

Ibsa Gamada Umar

2010/ 982

 

99

Amir Abdalla Kalil

306/2011

 

100

Heran Jamal Abdo

1714/2010

 

101

Fadhli Husein Ali

1117/2010

 

102

Hawwi Tadasa

1033/2011

 

103

Birhane abede

1358/2008

 

104

Bultu Birassa

3795/2007

 

105

Terefech Tujuba

5239/2009

 

106

Yadeneq Tashoma

584/2009

 

107

Yadeneq Tashoma

584/2009

 

108

Ababo Wakjira

997/2011

171013751

109

Tigist Jobir

1589/2010

128637973

110

Etanesh Fikadu

1809/2011

 

111

Eleni Teflos Wakjira

327/2011

 

112

Masarat Shifara Daadhi

1346/2010

128561431

113

Jalane Kumara Gamada

1733/2011

 

114

Haimanot Girma Solomon

322/2011

 

115

Inalem Melese Ware

319/2011

 

116

Bati  malese meka

315/2011

 

117

Saida Abanagaa

1861/2011

 

118

Wosene Kafani

2572/2007

162622736

119

Sifan Mosisa

335/2011

103852739

 

According to our informants refugees from Somalia, Eritrea and other countries are resettled, whereas theirs is rejected saying that Ethiopian is a democratic country. However, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, Ethiopian Human Rights Commission, Oromia Support Group, Human Rights League Horn of Africa and our organization OMRHO have repeatedly reported that the current Ethiopian government security forces conduct extra judicial killings mass arrest, torture and related violations of basic human rights. Thus many Oromo civilians of different professions, age that includes all genders are forced to migrate to neighboring African countries and beyond. Thus we kindly request the UNHCR and other international communities to support the Oromo refugees living in Egypt both in providing the basic needs, protection and resettling them in countries where they could work and support themselves and their young generations. 

The Oromo Human Rights and Relief Organization known as “Oromo Menschenrechts und Hilfsorganisation “OMRHO e.V. in German language  is a non-political and non religious charity Organisation established and  registered in the city of Hannover Germany in 2006. The Objective of OMRHO is to advocate for the right of humanity with special focus on the ethnic Oromo people in Ethiopia. The Oromo people are the largest ethnic group in Ethiopia, who lost their political freedom when Abyssinian Emperor Menilek the second colonized them towards the end of 19th century.

  

The OMRHO e.V. Executive Board