Weekly Sudan News Roundup

what the media is writing and showing about Sudan

Posted by OBS Team on September 14th, 2016

Each week we gather important stories and updates from Sudan and consolidate them in one place for you. We also provide a few opportunities you can take to stand with the people of Sudan. 

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The people of Sudan are overcoming two of the greatest challenges facing humanity today: war and genocide. Operation Broken Silence is working to accelerate their ability to generate lasting change through storytelling, education, advocacy, and emergency relief programs.

1. Support Teachers Monthly. Dozens of teachers in Yida Refugee Camp watched their schools get bombed in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. Now you can help put them back to work. GIVE MONTHLY» 

2. Support The Yida Photography Exhibit. In May of 2016, Operation Broken Silence commissioned talented photographer Katie Barber to document life in Yida Refugee Camp as part of our organization’s efforts to use media for social change in Sudan. Katie captured over 4,000 photos and several hundred of them have been pre-selected for a traveling photography exhibit our organization is raising funds to build. All donations to the exhibit are currently being matched. LEARN MORE »

3. Fundraise For Our Emergency Relief Program. Since 2012, Operation Broken Silence has been funding emergency relief missions into an isolated corner of the Nuba Mountains that is off the beaten path of what few emergency relief efforts exist. You can start an online fundraising page to support these efforts. START FUNDRAISING »

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