Blog Posts in Sudan and South Sudan

Posted by Akshaya Kumar on Apr 18, 2014

Earlier this month, Sudan’s paramilitary Janjaweed forces razed 127 empty villages in Darfur to the ground. According to reports in local media, this was their second rampage over the same territory in as many months. 

Posted by Enough Team on Apr 15, 2014

The Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP) is issuing a human security alert for the civilian population of the Kauda Valley in the war-torn Nuba Mountains region of Sudan. Digital Globe Intelligence Solutions (DGIS) imagery has captured a significant mobilization of Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) around Rashad, Delaba, and Umm Abdallah in the Nuba Mountains, South Kordofan, Sudan.

Posted by Justine Fleischner on Apr 11, 2014
South Sudanese President Salva Kiirand former Vice-President Riek Machar (AP)

A week after President Obama announced potential targeted sanctions against individuals responsible for the ongoing violence in South Sudan both sides have expressed an overwhelming lack of concern that they will be affected. 

Posted by Enough Team on Apr 10, 2014

Former U.S. Diplomat Jeff Millington, provides a compelling argument for a diplomatic surge and humanitarian support in South Sudan. As one of the lead diplomats in supporting the negotiations leading to the Comprehensive Peace Agreement between northern and southern Sudan, he has remained engaged in issues related to South Sudan since his retirement from the U.S. Foreign Service.

Posted by Enough Team on Apr 7, 2014
James Alic Garang, Ph.D. and formerly one of the Lost Boys of Sudan

Reflections from James Alic Garang, formerly one of the Lost Boys of Sudan, on achieving his Ph.D. from UMass Amherst and the role the world can and should play providing a safe environment for accessible education globally and for the children of South Sudan.