Starvation Warfare: Near-famine conditions aren’t only caused by droughts and flooding. In South Kordofan, Sudan, they’re caused by the government. Read the full report.
Rudwan Dawod, Girifna peace activist, seeks to unite people from all backgrounds to bring real change in Sudan. Read more here.
In May 2012, a huge influx of over 30,000 refugees from the Sudanese state of Blue Nile arrived in South Sudan seeking refuge, compounding an already dire humanitarian situation in the camps. Since September 2011, when fighting broke out in Blue Nile, over 100,000 refugees have fled across the border into the South Sudanese state of Upper Nile. When the Enough Project visited in late June 2012, about a thousand refugees daily were arriving to the newest camp called Batil, where the newest arrivals from Blue Nile were being relocated from transit points close to the border. (Amanda Hsiao/ Enough Project)
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How many students were in your first grade class? This photo was taken during the Darfur Dream Team’s November visit to the Goz Amer refugee camp. There were more than 130 students in this outdoor first grade class!