With global attention focused on Ebola in West Africa, the deadly civil war 6,000 miles to the east in the Sudan is all but forgotten.
C.Louis Perrinjaquet, MD, M Reports from a Clinic in Kauda Sudan Journal entries from October, 2011 …difficult to arrange flight from Juba into Nuba Mountains because Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) keep finding out about flights and bombing landing strip as the plan tries to land… Oct. 8. Mother of Mercy Hospital in Gidel… horrible “Antonov” [...]
From the New York Times web site… The Op-Ed columnist Nicholas D. Kristof witnesses a growing humanitarian crisis in Sudan, where starving families in the Nuba Mountains are hiding in caves to escape bombing by Sudanese warplanes. View video Produced by Brent McDonald
An unexploded bomb waits to bring devastation to innocent people.
Sudanese children have fled their homes in the Nuba mountains after government air strikes. Photograph: Phil Moore/Guardian