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Thursday 11 March 2021

IDP Mothers in Tawila’s Health Facilities: Treating their Children, Serving Their Communities and Aspiring for Better Futures

With being an Internally Displaced Person, comes a set of struggles in receiving basic needs in everyday life. Being an IDP mother of children – especially those Under 5, who are more prone to illnesses – who has access to healthcare can help overcome health problems and prevent many from happening in the first place.

Thursday 11 March 2021

Powering through the Pandemic: How Do Our Female Staff Find the Motivation to Be At the Frontlines?

  

When it comes to the theme of women in leadership and building a future in a COVID-19 world, Alaa Basheer, Child Protection and Child Rights Governance Program Manager at the Sudan Country Office comes to mind. What motivates her to lead the way, be at the frontline of responses and making a difference in the lives of children?

Wednesday 27 January 2021

Khartoum Isolation Center: Patient and Musician Othman Mohialdin Othman Fights the Battle of COVID-19 With His Violin

Sunday 24 January 2021

SUDAN: CALLS FOR AN END TO VIOLENCE IN DARFUR AS DEATH TOLL REACHES 200, INCLUDING CHILDREN AND THREE AID WORKERS

Tuesday 19 January 2021

Children must be protected in Sudan amidst surge in violence

 

Monday, 18 January - According to media reports, at least 83 people, including children, have been killed and more than 160 wounded in inter-communal violence in Darfur, Sudan over the weekend.

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