The author, a youth leader of the Thiang Nuer, calls for relief assistance in his home area in northern Jonglei State and also calls upon the international community to apply punitive measures to those who are responsible for perpetuation of the war.
UNESCO report titled Building a Better Future: Education for an Independant South Sudan
Ban Tut, the young head teacher of Akobo primary school, is proud of his institution. His office is in one of the few brick buildings in the southern Sudanese town, off an avenue of trees which was planted before independence in 1956. Click to view site.
In Anchorage, Wasilla and Bethel in Alaska, volunteers have taken on an ambitious project in Sudan to build a health center, provide functioning wells and build a latrine system. Click to view site.
Environmental concerns and possibilities for progress for Sudan are extensively evaluated. Click here for executive summary.
Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières site with extensive information from this symposium. Click to view site.
War-torn southern Sudan has the lowest rate of primary education in the world, a UN report says. Click to view site.
Aid agencies face an uphill task in fighting a huge epidemic of cholera in war-ravaged southern Sudan. Click to view site.
Dr.Jill Seaman, and the battle against kala-azar in war-torn Sudan. Click to view site.
Several kilometres outside the southern Sudanese capital, Juba, is a leper colony, where those suffering from the ancient but curable disease come for treatment. Click to view site.