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1/23
A Sudanese student drinks and washes her face at a new water fountain built at the Omer El-Mukthar primary school for girls. Over 500 volunteers gathered to renovate the primary school. UN Photo by Fred Noy CC
2/23
Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) Chairperson Festus Mogae visits Malakal where many Catholic women voiced their concerns. UN Photo by JC McIlwaine CC
3/23
El Fasher: Sheij Aldine Abdala is a staff member at the Sudanese Association for Disabled People in El Fasher, North Darfur, in charge of repairing all prostheses fabricated abroad and donated by external organizations for disabled people. Sheij Aldine explains he is the only person in Darfur able to fix technical problems when prostheses don't fit properly or they break down. Photo by Albert González Farran, UNAMID
4/23
Khor Abeche: A sick displaced woman recovers inside the UNAMID base in Khor Abeche, South Darfur. According to the community leaders, more than 3,000 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) still remain inside the Mission's compound, following the attack that they suffered by an armed group on March 22. About 300 heavily armed men attacked the IDP camp, setting fire to dozens of shelters and stealing livestock belonging to the residents. The World Food Programme (WFP) have already distributed food (sorghum) to the IDPs and the UNAMID base provide potable water and health care, while a team of 35 UNAMID engineers are currently constructing a 70,000 m2 Buffer Zone, with watch towers, solar lights, two community centers and latrines at the vicinity of the base, where the IDPs will be able to securely settle in the near future. Photo by Albert Gonzalez Farran, UNAMID.
5/23
Mellit: Two women build the fence of a shelter in the Alabassi camp for Internally Displaced People (IDP), in Mellit, North Darfur.Government forces and armed movements clashed in the area on 13 March.Photo by Albert Gonzalez Farran, UNAMID
6/23
6 April 2014. Khor Abeche: A displaced mother and her child inspect the remnants of their burnt house in Khor Abeche, South Darfur.
According to the community leaders, more than 3,000 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) still remain inside the UNAMID base, following the attack that they suffered by an armed group on March 22.
About 300 heavily armed men attacked the IDP camp, setting fire to dozens of shelters and stealing livestock belonging to the residents.
The World Food Programme (WFP) have already distributed food (sorghum) to the IDPs and the UNAMID base provide potable water and health care, while a team of 35 UNAMID engineers are currently constructing a 70,000 m2 Buffer Zone, with watch towers, solar lights, two community centers and latrines at the vicinity of the base, where the IDPs will be able to securely settle in the near future.
Photo by Albert Gonzalez Farran, UNAMID
7/23
South Sudanese Catholics celebrate Mass at El Fasher church in North Darfur,Sudan. Photo by Olivier Chassot
8/23
El Fasher: A woman with her children rides a donkey around a new settlement in Zam Zam camp for Internally Displaced People (IDP), North Darfur. Sudan.According to the community leaders and the International Organization for Migration, for the last two weeks more than 7,000 people have settled in this new area in Zam Zam IDP camp, coming from their own villages between the outskirts of El Fasher and Korma.According to OCHA, a new wave of violence across all Darfur has forced an estimated 200,000 people to flee their homes since the beginning of this year.Photo by Albert Gonzalez Farran, UNAMID
9/23
An event was held in Protection of Civilians site 3 in Juba on May 21, 2016 to cap a week of workshops held under the theme "Unite 4 Heritage - Building Identity and Belonging for the Past, Present, and Future". UN Photo by JC McIlwaine CC
10/23
El Fasher: A woman with her baby next to her shelter at the new settlement in Zam Zam camp for Internally Displaced Persons (IDP), in North Darfur,Sudan. Most of the new IDPs arrived recently from Labado and Muhajeria, East Darfur, as a result of clashes between the Sudan Liberation Army - Mini Minawi and the Government of Sudan. This new settlement in Zam Zam is only occupied by women and children. Photo by Albert González Farran - UNAMID
11/23
Sunset in the Abyei suburb of Molomol, where individual voluntary returnees from North Sudan are settling. UN Photo by JC McIlwaine CC
12/23
Members of the UNMISS Chinese Battalion (ChnBatt) perform a kung fu demonstration in Protection of Civilians site 3 in Juba, and donate balls to be used at the sporting ground. UN Photo by JC McIlwaine CC
13/23
An airdrop brings much needed resources to the local Sudanese people. UN Photo by Eskinder Debebe CC
14/23
A family stands in wait of the delivery of supplies arriving in the afternoon. UN Photo by Eskinder Debebe CC
15/23
Nyala: Suleiman Abbakar, a displaced man from Gassa, South Darfur, is pictured in El Sereif camp for Internally Displaced People (IDP), in Nyala, South Darfur. He arrived few months ago to the camp fleeing from the tribal clashes in his original village.Photo by Albert González Farran, UNAMID
16/23
El Fasher: Builder Hamada Suleiman Khater, working on the construction of a new house in Amsijera area, in El Fasher (North Darfur).Photo by Albert Gonzalez Farran - UNAMID
17/23
Tawilla: Internally displaced persons (IDP) settled in Dali camp, next to Tawilla (North Darfur), are currently farming the lands rented by local owners for the rainy season. Most of these IDPs came recently to Tawilla fleeing from the clashes in Shangle Tubaya at the beginning of 2011. Photo by Albert Gonzalez Farran - UNAMID
18/23
Shangle Tubaya: Nifasha IDP Camp. More than 30,000 people live in this IDP Camp from different tribes (Fur, Zagawa, Tunjuru, Mima, Tama, Arabs...). The lack of food and water is the main concern. In the picture, from left to right, Adam Mohammed Ahmad Adam (4 years old), his father Mohamed Ahmad Adam (40) and a relative, Ali Mohamed Ahmad (38), all originally from Ambowatta, a village near Kaye. No adults in the family have job. Photo by Albert Gonzalez Farran / UNAMID
19/23
Kaltoum Adam Imam with one of her five children collects millet in a land rented by a community leader in Saluma Area, near El Fasher (North Darfur). She works with her sister Sadias (in background). Both are from Tarne village (some kilometers away) and they emigrated to Saluma due to security reasons. Photo by Albert Gonzalez Farran / UNAMID
20/23
Children in the school in Arabashir village near El Fasher, North Dafur. Photo by Albert Gonzalez Farran / UNAMID
21/23
A family travels to El Fasher to the IPD Camp. Photo by Albert Gonzalez Farran / UNAMID
22/23
A community of Sudanese refugees returned to their homes in the village of Seraf Jedad, West Darfur.
Pictured is a child from the village. Photo by Albert Gonazalez Farran
23/23
El Fasher: A farmer and leader of the local community in Madjoub, North Darfur, Sudan inspects a dry dam in the locality.
Photo by Albert González Farran, UNAMID
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