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30 Sep 1998 description

Cease-fire talks slated for October 5

30 Sep 1998 description


In Sudan, Extreme Food Insecurity Persists, Despite Improved Food Availability

30 Sep 1998 description

Mawum Mayor, an 11-year old boy, lay motionless under a dirty blanket not far from where a pot was boiling over a wood fire. Inside the pot was a dirty piece of cowhide, which young Mawum's mother was desperately trying to cook to feed her children. No other food wasavailable.

30 Sep 1998 description
report IRIN

NATIONS UNIES
Bureau de la coordination des affaires humanitaires
IRIN - Afrique Centrale et de l'Est
Tel: +254 2 622 147
Fax: +254 2 622 129

30 Sep 1998 description
report IRIN

UNITED NATIONS
Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Integrated Regional Information Network
for Central and Eastern Africa
Tel: +254 2 622147
Fax: +254 2 622129

29 Sep 1998 description

Catherine Bertini, Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme, expressed concern today about the resurgence of fighting in the Juba area of southern Sudan.

29 Sep 1998 description
report IRIN

UNITED NATIONS
Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Integrated Regional Information Network
for Central and Eastern Africa
Tel: +254 2 622147
Fax: +254 2 622129

29 Sep 1998 description

25-29 September 1998

29 Sep 1998 description
report Xinhua

KHARTOUM (Sept.

29 Sep 1998 description
report IRIN

NATIONS UNIES
Bureau de la coordination des affaires humanitaires
IRIN - Afrique Centrale et de l'Est
Tel: +254 2 622 147
Fax: +254 2 622 129

29 Sep 1998 description
report UN Children's Fund

Tuesday, 29 September 1998: UNICEF today released a statement by UNICEF Executive Director Carol Bellamy on the urgent need to extend and broaden the cease-fire in Sudan:

28 Sep 1998 description
report IRIN

NATIONS UNIES
Bureau de la coordination des affaires humanitaires
IRIN - Afrique Centrale et de l'Est
Tel: +254 2 622 147
Fax: +254 2 622 129

28 Sep 1998 description

The NPA (Norwegian People's Aid) run Hospital in Yei - Eastern equatoria - was again hit by bombs from a Government of Sudan airplane (most probably an antonov) at 1:00 a.m. on September 28th 1998. The Recovery Ward of the Hospital was hit and badly damaged, injuring one patient seriously. The bombs used this time was cluster bombs, leaving numerous of unexploded small bombs from within such a bomb unexploded and extremely dangerous for people in the area who could touch them.

28 Sep 1998 description
report IRIN

UNITED NATIONS
Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Integrated Regional Information Network for Central and Eastern Africa
Tel: +254 2 622147
Fax: +254 2 622129
e-mail: irin@ocha.unon.org

26 Sep 1998 description
report Xinhua

KHARTOUM (Sept. 26) XINHUA - A Sudanese military leader denied the rebels' claim that they had recently sieged southern Sudan's biggest city of Juba, the Sudanese News Agency reported Saturday.

Fightings between government forces and Sudanese People's Liberation Army (SPLA), which has been seeking greater autonomy for southern Christians from northern Muslims since 1983, flared up again two weeks ago in southern Sudan, particularly in Equatoria province, where the strategic garrison town Juba is located.

25 Sep 1998 description

Two children died and 12 people were injured -- among them a medical officer with the Sudanese Red Crescent Society (SRCS) -- in renewed shelling along the Sudanese border with Eritrea last Friday. The SRCS worker, Mohammed Saeed Houffon, 30, is in hospital in Khartoum with serious facial injuries and is thought to have lost the sight in one eye. Shells landed on the Wad Sherifai camp, the second time in four monthsit's been hit. The camp, 20 km from the town of Kassala, houses 34,000 Eritrean refugees.

25 Sep 1998 description
report Reuters - AlertNet

GENEVA, Sept 25 (Reuters) - The United Nations appealed on Friday for nearly $9 million to provide shelter, clean water and medicine to 100,000 Sudanese left homeless by the worst flooding of the Nile in decades.

Diseases including malaria, cholera and acute respiratory infections have broken out among the population, who are in urgent need of drinking water, blankets and mosquito nets.

The three-month appeal aims to help the most vulnerable victims of the flooding which began a month ago in 12 of Sudan's 26 states, in the north along the Nile.

The flooding occurred in …