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12 Aug 2015 description
report Radio Dabanga
The temporary Popular Committee for the Follow-up of the Implementation of the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur (DDPD) has proposed ‘a third way’ to realise peace and stability in the war-torn region.
31 Jul 2015 description
report Radio Dabanga
Displaced people living in Central Darfur state have rejected the project for the voluntary return of the displaced population, set up by the Darfur Regional Authority because they fear their home villages are not safe.
14 Jul 2015 description
report Radio Dabanga
Most of them are girls living in the war-torn states in Darfur, South Kordofan, and Blue Nile, senior staff member of the Ministry, Um Kalsoum Mohamed Kheir, noted.
02 Aug 2013 description
report Radio Dabanga
Heavy rainfall across North Darfur, which reached record levels on Thursday, led to the “full destruction” of homes of at least 2,000 families, in line with preliminary figures. Recent storms in South Darfur caused the death of 13 elderly and Nyala estimates current losses at SDG1 million...
12 Jan 2013 description
report Radio Dabanga
More than 30.000 people fled Golo and Guldo towns in Central Darfur, because of clashes in the region between government troops and its militias against rebels
10 Dec 2012 description
report Radio Dabanga
Displaced residents from the Gereida camps also claim to be suffering from a lack of food and security.
09 Nov 2012 description
report Radio Dabanga
DARFUR (9 Nov.) - The spread of yellow fever in Darfur reached an 'epidemic level' that requires immediate intervention from the central government, according to an announcement made by Member of Parliament Ibrahim Abbaker on Wednesday, 7 November. According to an official from the Ministry...
05 Nov 2012 description
report Radio Dabanga
KHARTOUM (5 Nov.) - Sudan’s Federal Health Ministry announced that the number of yellow fever cases in Darfur has increased to more than 143, including 63 deaths, Radio Dabanga has learned on Sunday November 4. The Ministry confirmed the emergence of new cases among the population in the southern...
31 Oct 2012 description
report Radio Dabanga
EAST JEBEL MARRA (30 Oct.) - Several areas in East Jebel Marra have been exposed to airstrikes by the Sudanese Air Forces (SAF) on Tuesday October 30, witnesses told Radio Dabanga. Witnesses told Radio Dabanga that an Antonov plane started shelling the areas of Kunjara, Sunduga, Karvala and...
20 Aug 2012 description
report Radio Dabanga
EL-FASHER (19 Aug .) - Over 2,500 houses and a number of government facilities collapsed on Saturday due to the heavy rains and floods in El-Fasher. Witnesses told Radio Dabanga that the torrential rains on Saturday lasted more than three hours, which resulted in the massive collapse of homes and...
05 Aug 2012 description
report Radio Dabanga
GARSELA (5 Aug.) - At least 5 IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) children have lost their lives. And the fate of more than 13 people remains unknown after floods swept through the area. The floods were caused by the heavy torrential rains of the past two days. In addition to the destruction of food...
28 May 2012 description
report Radio Dabanga
Residents of Abu Suruj camp for internally displaced people said they have not received food aid for more than six months. Witnesses said the camps north of El Geneina are reaching a desperate situation and called for the World Food Programme to immediately intervene and deliver food aid to people...
22 Sep 2011 description
report Radio Dabanga
NYALA (22 Sep.) - Refugees suspicious that they will not be allotted new cards once they submit their original documents The World Vision Organization (WVO) met with leaders of the Kalma refugee camp in South Darfur to convince them to re-register their ID cards. The re-registration is meant to...
14 Aug 2011 description
report Radio Dabanga
Oxford (12 Aug.) - Study conducted by a UK journal says 38 per cent meet clinical criteria for depression 75 per cent of the children in Darfur’s refugee camps met diagnostic criteria for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to an interview-based study released by The Lancet, a...