UNICEF partners with media to amplify children’s voices in Southern Sudan
November 2010 - Children’s views dominated the airwaves in Southern Sudan as they used radio dramas, jingles and talk shows to express themselves during the commemoration the 21st anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Managing Water, Preventing Disease and Improving Lives: UNICEF and IDP communities in Darfur
August 2010- The harsh realities of the dessert quickly set in as soon as one lands in Darfur, a region about the size of Spain. Here, under the scorching sun, it is easy to understand why water, which many of us take for granted, is a precious commodity.
Nutrition for East Sudan: CMAM in Action
August 2010 - As a fan whirs overhead, circulating the air in the hot, arid environment of Kassala State, Fatima Mohammed sits in the Um al-Gora health clinic with her child, Alawiya.
Teenage TV producer dreams of covering World Cup
2 July 2010 - Hakim Khamis, a 16 year-old teenager who participated in a five-day television production workshop, is determined to carry on his dream of one day filming and reporting on some of the world’s biggest events such as the FIFA World Cup.
UNICEF Sudan 'Sports for Peace' Campaign
June 2010 - Within its Peace Campaign Initiative amongst children and youth of the Sudan, UNICEF arranged for an event on Friday June 11th to launch activities in the National Capital of Khartoum.
Second Chance Examination for Grade 8 Children – East Jabal Marra, South Darfur
June 2010 - In early May 2010, UNICEF and the Ministry of Education in South Darfur witnessed the successful completion of one of their goals: to provide second chance examination for East Jabel Marra 8th grade students, who were affected by recent confli
Landmines – The easily forgotten memory of Sudan’s civil war
May 2010 – The head of a cylinder-shaped structure, a relic of war, is jutting out of Mrs. Kuir’s backyard vegetable patch. Deminer Deng Nyok watches over as a colleague carefully digs rain-softened earth out from around the object.
Former Child Soldier Champions Hope for Children Associated With Armed Groups in Southern Sudan
17 March 2010 - As the civil war in Sudan intensified around him, 12-year-old Abraham Kur Achiek left his home town of Bor in Southern Sudan with many other children. They were bound for Ethiopia where they hoped to find a better life.
The Story of Asina and Her Five Children
January 2010 – In February of 2009, Asina, a 35-year-old woman from the Murle tribe, was abducted along with her five children by young men from the rival Lou Nuer village near Lukuangele in Pibor County.