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Cape Town, South Africa (PANA) -
South African Catholic Bishop Kevin Dowling, known at home and abroad
for his commitment to justice and peace, has been chosen to chair the Sudan
Ecumenical Forum whose advocacy office, Sudan Focal Point, is based in
NAIROBI, 28 February (IRIN) - [Subscribers - please note this version replaces the original story, posted Friday 28 February, which is wrong and has been withdrawn]
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir signed
a decree in February to set up a national commission on international humanitarian
law. The commission's creation is a major step toward effective implementation
of humanitarian law in Sudan, a country that has suffered 19 years of internal
conflict. Its task will be to advise and assist the government in spreading
knowledge of and applying international humanitarian law, and thus meeting
its international obligations.
United States Agency for International
Bureau for Democracy, Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance
Pledges to the food aid appeal of the governments of Eritrea and Ethiopia for 2003 have reached over 897,000 MT or 47 percent of the total appeal of 1.92 million MT from the two countries. However, the amount is still insufficient to meet the emergency requirements for 2003.
News Article by Xinhua posted on February
28, 2003 at 00:18:49: EST (-5 GMT)
PRETORIA, Feb 27 (AFP) - Peace talks between Sudan's government and a rebel group fighting for self-determination in the south will resume in Nairobi next week, Sudanese Vice President Moses Machar said on Thursday.
NAIROBI, 27 February (IRIN) - The
Sudanese government has denied the existence of a new rebel group in the
country, which was this week reported to have seized a town in western
News Article by Xinhua posted on February
27, 2003 at 13:15:57: EST (-5 GMT)
JOHANNESBURG, Feb 27, 2003 (Xinhua) -- Improving economic cooperation with South Africa will be high on the agenda once peace is restored in the Sudan, visiting Sudanese Vice President Moses Machar said Thursday.
The ongoing peace negotiations are "very promising" and should result in a truce in a few months, he told reporters in Pretoria after meeting with South African Deputy President Jacob Zuma.
Sida has just decided to allocate nearly EUR 49,1 million for disaster measures in reply to the United Nation's annual requests for aid regarding different countries and regions.
KHARTOUM, Feb 26 (AFP) - A newly
formed armed rebel group has seized a provincial capital in the western
Darfur region of Sudan, an area outside the remit of peace talks aimed
at end a 20-year civil war between north and south, Khartoum newspapers
News Release Issued by the International Secretariat of Amnesty International
NAIROBI - World Vision Sudan will receive $6.675m to combat malaria as part of a five-year grant to Sudan by the Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria (GFATM) worth a total of $43m.
Appeal Number: 6467
Appeal Amount: $80,000
Despite ongoing peace efforts, the people of southern Sudan continue to be caught in a war between the Sudan military and the Sudan Peoples Liberation Movement/Army (SPLA). Of particular concern has been continued aerial bombing by the Sudan government forces; also of concern is ongoing instability in the so-called Eastern Equatoria region, as the government-backed Lord Resistance Army (LRA), a Ugandan rebel movement, has turned against local communities and hundreds were reportedly massacred.
NAIROBI, 25 February (IRIN) - The US government has emphasised its commitment to a peaceful end to Sudan's long running conflict.
Given the scale of the crisis in Africa, provisional estimates from the World Food Programme have raised concerns over being able to meet increased food aid needs in 2003.