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!


Worlds Childrens Prize winner wins for rescuing Sudanese children - (Go direct to webpage)
Can you imagine being forced to work as a slave for someone else?

James Aguer, a Sudanese man, has seen this happen many times. For 13 years, he has been working to rescue Sudanese children from slavery. His work was rewarded in 2003 when he won the World's Children's Prize. This webpage tells James’ story. It also tells you about the Sudanese children who were rescued by James.

This webpage also has information about Sudanese children in Sudan and about the famous Sudanese model, Alek Wek.

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