Refugee Camps Leave Sudanese Women Vulnerable
The United Nations has reported that more than 80 percent of refugees fleeing fighting in southern Sudan are children and women. Without their husbands, many women face harassment, exploitation and violence in refugee camps.
Thousands of women and children have fled fighting in southern Sudan.
Radio Dabanga, 31 December 2012
A group of gunmen reportedly attacked and raped two displaced sisters from Mornei camp in West Darfur on Sunday, 30 December. Read more »
South Sudan: Thousands Flee Violence in North-West
UN News, 19 December 2012
The United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan is providing shelter to thousands of civilians, mainly women and children, who have sought protection in a base in the… Read more »
HRW, 11 December 2012
The Sudanese government's indiscriminate aerial bombardment and shelling in Blue Nile and Southern Kordofan states has killed and injured scores of civilians since the conflict… Read more »
UN News, 26 November 2012
A United Nations independent expert today urged the Sudanese Government to boost its efforts to find durable solutions to the needs of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in all… Read more »
The United Nations says it's alarmed by the health situation of scores of refugees living in camps and settlements across the country. Read more »