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31 Aug 2009 description

By Anne-Mette Futtrup

The refugee camps in Darfur are alive with conversations and activities, where men and women are busy with daily chores, literacy classes, meetings and income-generating activities. Gathered in a community center, the women talk about their fears of being attacked and their desire to go back home. Although Sudan's president al-Bashir ordered 16 humanitarian organisations out of the country in March 2009, the humanitarian organisations and the people in the camps are still going strong.