Seizing the opportunity to tackle HIV in Southern Sudan
1 December 2008 - “Every time she falls sick I am afraid that the time for her to die has finally come” says Rose, mother to 11-year old Mary, in Juba, the capital of Southern Sudan.
Wise counsel for women – prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV and AIDS in Sudan
25 November 2008 - Fatima was well into her fourth pregnancy by the time anyone got round to telling her that a mother could pass HIV/AIDS on to her child.
Amidst chaos and confusion, education provides some sense of normalcy for Abyei’s displaced children
3 October 2008 - Deng Ring, 18, is one of the many new students at Juoljok Primary School in Agok, Southern Sudan, who fled their homes in Abyei, 45 km to the north following fighting in the town.