Sora - a female name from South Sudan, meaning revolution.
SORA - a revolution in global awareness. A revolution of knowledge

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REFUGEE CAMPS

Many Sudanese people enter refugee camps immmediately after they flee Sudan. These camps are usually run by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in conjunction with other non-governmental organisations. They aim to provide a safe stopping place for people who have fled Sudan for fear of persecution. Sudanese people can live in these camps for many years before they are offered a visa to enter another country.
The sites and articles below offer some insight into the experiences that Sudanese refugees have in these camps.

Articles


Stop Genocide Now (website)
News from the refugee camps (website)
Burden of boredom in Kakuma refugee camp (webpage)
Life in a Ugandan refugee camp (webpage)
Photos of the Chadian camps, 2004 (webpage)
Topographical map of Adjumani District and Kakuma Refugee Camp (webpage Kakuma) - (webpage Adjumani)
Kakuma Solar Cooking Project, 1995 (website)
Household Food Economy Assessment in Kakuma refugee camp (website)
Where refugee camps are becoming a way of life, by Peter Browne
Surviving Africa, by Peter Brown: A glimpse of life in Kakuma Camp

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