Relief Agencies Seek to Help Darfur During 'Hunger Months'

While peace negotiators seek to find an end to the government-rebel conflict in Sudan's western region of Darfur, the U.N is looking to supply food aid for refugees and residents. Norwegian Church Aid is assisting in the efforts.

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June 22, 2005|3:58 am

While African Union mediators are trying to negotiate an end to the conflict between the Sudanese government and rebels, the United Nations is taking charge of helping supply food aid to the region's refugees and residents. Humanitarian aid group Norwegian Church Aid is among those working to provide some of the necessary supplies.

  • Relief Agencies Seek to Help Darfur During 'Hunger
    Sudanese refugee women wait for medical assistance for their children at the Primary Health Care center for malnourished children in Gereida town, 90kms (55.9 miles) south of Nyala town in Sudan's troubled Darfur province June 14, 2005. Doctors there have


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