Life in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains

Life in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains
24/06/2020 admin

When war broke out in 2011 in Sudan’s South Kordofan and Blue Nile, the government was quick to declare areas controlled by the armed opposing groups no-go-areas for traders, aid workers and media. While hundreds of thousands fled for other parts of Sudan or into South Sudan and Ethiopia, more than a million people stayed behind. This is a story of how they have lived and survived despite the isolation.


Read this detailed report Leaving no-one behind from Local2GlobalProtection for a fascinating insight into local peace, food and nutrition, education and local protection.

© Photos and text: Local2GlobalProtection, June 2020


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