§ 46. Mr. James Johnson
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what information he has received from the United Nations High Commissioner of Refugees regarding the refugee settlements of Nakapiripiri and Agago in Uganda; what are the numbers of Southern Sudanese there; and when these were last visited on behalf of Her Majesty's Government.
§ Mr. Godber
The latest information from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees indicates that the 9,000 Southern Sudanese refugees at Nakapiripirit and the 8,500 at Agago are in reasonably good health. With the agreement of the Government of Uganda, Mr. Randall, the then United Kingdom Representative on the Executive Committee of the United Nations High Commis-308W sioner for Refugees, visited both settlements in July 1967.