- OCHA Humanitarian Bulletin 04 | 19 - 25 January 2015
- Common Humanitarian Fund Progress Report 2014
- Enough Project: Starving War, Feeding Peace - And Setting the Table for National Dialogue in Sudan
Appeals & Funding
Representatives of armed opposition groups, government observers and landmine ban campaigners met last week in Geneva with experts in the field of international humanitarian law to begin a dialogue process seeking to engage non-state armed organizations in a landmine ban.
The Current Crisis Worsens in Ethiopia
The Executive Director of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Carol Bellamy, told a Headquarters press briefing this afternoon that education was the most important means of preventing the exploitation of children in armed conflict. The early re-establishment of education programmes must be part of any effort to protect and rehabilitate children once a conflict was over, she said.
The Horn of Africa is on the brink of a major humanitarian crisis with some 12.4 million people in five countries facing severe food shortages and possibly famine because of drought.
This report includes: A) Horn of Africa drought - regional update B) Somalia C) Southern Africa floods: Madagascar and Mozambique D) East Africa: Burundi, Uganda and Tanzania.
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Rebels slam government disruption of Nuba vaccination campaign
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1.1 March 2000 Highlights
BOMBING OF CIVILIAN TARGETS ACCELERATES IN SOUTHERN SUDAN
Faced with a drought equivalent to the one that ravaged the Horn of Africa 15 years ago, the Secretary-General had appointed Catherine Bertini, Executive Director of the World Food Programme (WFP), as his Special Envoy on the drought in the region, Carolyn McAskie, United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator a.i., said at a Headquarters press briefing this afternoon.
KHARTOUM, March 30 (AFP) - The Eritrean government has offered its good offices to achieve reconciliation between the Sudanese governement and opposition in the interests of Sudan, its neighbours and the region, an official statement said Thursday.
The statement, issued by Sudan's ruling National Congress party, said an Eritrean government delegation had given the message to party secretary general Hassan al-Turabi late Wednesday before leaving for Asmara.
KHARTOUM, March 29 (AFP) - A Sudanese government delegation will leave for Nairobi Sunday for a new round of peace talks with the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) scheduled for April 3-7, SUNA news agency reported Wednesday.
Led by presidential adviser for peace affairs Nafie Ali Nafie, the team is the same that took part in the last round of talks near the Kenyan capital in February.
KHARTOUM, March 29 (Reuters) - Sudan's government and southern rebels plan to resume talks on Monday aimed at ending the 17-year-old civil war in Africa's biggest country.
The official Sudan News Agency reported on Wednesday that a government delegation led by presidential adviser Nafie Ali Nafie would meet representatives of the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) in Nairobi on Monday.
The meeting is the latest in several rounds of largely fruitless peace talks that have taken place under the auspices of a regional African grouping known as IGAD …
Bernard Cardinal Law
Archbishop of Boston
Chairman, International Policy Committee
U.S. Catholic Conference
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The following document, an update from the Washington Office on Africa briefing paper of November 1999, was prepared by WOA for the Presbyterian Church USA's Stewardship of Public Life publication series.
The devastating civil war in Sudan that began in 1955 has now raged for 33 of the past 44 years. Since we last wrote about the Sudan crisis in August 1998, there have been both promising and discouraging developments.
Ali Dellali, PANA Correspondent
This edition covers the period February - March 2000
By Alfred Taban
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - An African delegation arrived in Khartoum on Saturday night to continue peace talks with Sudan's Islamist government on a 17-year insurrection in the country's south, diplomats said.
The delegates arrived after fighting flared up last week in east Sudan between the government and an alliance of northern and southern opposition forces.
Daniel Mboya, Kenyan President Daniel Arap Moi's special envoy to Sudan, is leading a five-member team from the Inter-Governmental Authority for Development (IGAD), an East African …