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Displaced child - Momoria IDP camp
Photo : Pietro Galli/AVSI



Introduction

Sudan is the largest country in north Africa. It lies directly to the south of Egypt. The Nile river and its tributaries are the life of
this very hot desert country. People have lived in Sudan for thousands of years farming by the Nile and herding livestock.
Today, Sudan has a population of about 35 million people.

Geography/Statistics

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Sudan is located in northeastern Africa. It borders the Red Sea between Egypt and Eritrea. The Nile river is the most dominant
geographic feature of Sudan. It flows 3,000 kilometers from Uganda in the south of Egypt to the north. Other major tributaries
of the Nile are the Bahr al Ghazal, Sobat, and Atbarah rivers.

Politics

Learn how the politics in Sudan are affecting the Genocide

Before Refugee Crisis

Traditions and Culture

Learn the vast differences between our culture and the Sudannesse Culture

Refugee Cause

Stories

Hear the stories of refugees and how they came to be here in the United States

More Stories

Professional viewpoints

Media

See pictures and movies of Sudan

Resources:

Go to this page to find resources relating to the crisis in Darfur, a crisis the United Nations calls

"the largest and most complex humanitarian conflict on the globe."