"We cannot let Darfur slip off the radar screen of the international community" - UN humanitarian chief
With 1.4 million people still living in camps, and a majority of the people in Darfur still suffering from inadequate access to basic health care, education and other services, the challenges remain enormous.
Getting humanitarian supplies into conflict zones like Syria is no mean feat, often requiring negotiations with warring parties, braving insecurity and facing logistical challenges. But aid workers can it happen.
Two years since the post-election violence came to an end, rape remains a problem throughout the country, though such attacks are now occurring outside the context of armed conflict.
After five months of food distribution disruption, UNHCR and partners finally provided one month ration to some 2,000 Sudanese refugees living in the Pladama Ouaka camp, Bambari.