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

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Sudan is not like any other country in the world. It is, therefore, a perfect country to study for school projects.

Here are some links to sites that provide basic information about Sudan:

Basic profile of Sudan

Cultural profile

Links to organisations within Sudan

Finding sites with photographs from Sudan can be hard. Here are some that we have found:

African Lives - Dinka in Sudan

Kakuma refugee camp

If you have done a project on Sudan you can submit it to our website! We cannot publish every project that is sent to us but we will try our very best. To send your project to the SORA editors please click here.

Here are some sites about Sudan and Sudanese people that are just for kids!


Poems by Sudanese refugees in Kenya (Go direct to website)
This page has many poems by Sudanese people who have been forced to leave Sudan and go the Kenya. The author reminds us of something very important: "refugees come from all walks of life. They include teachers, doctors, lawyers, architects, farmers, nurses, and many other professions. Yet when in a refugee camp - they become known as refugees - and ... are then subject to prejudice, to criticism, to mistaken ways and are without dignity, without value, without anything. Yet they have feelings, they have knowledge, they have skills, they have hope, they have each other and together we can build upon those virtues, building their capacity in order to make it easier for each of the refugees to return home, when the time allows. [The poems show] some of the feelings that have been expressed in verse by refugees from Sudan"

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