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‘Sudan’s relief organisations should work together’: Hudo head

January 6 - 2016 KADUGLI
A doctor examines a child in Kadugli, capital of South Kordofan (File photo)
A doctor examines a child in Kadugli, capital of South Kordofan (File photo)

Dr Gamar Bushra, head of the Sudanese Human Rights and Development Organisation (Hudo), which works in the humanitarian field in South Kordofan, has stressed ‘the need for coordination among Sudanese civil society organisations in order to unify efforts to provide better services to the areas affected by war’.

In an interview with Radio Dabanga on Tuesday, Dr Bushra said that “the Sudanese government has targeted worship centres and churches in the two regions. They have terrorised the displaced of the camps; those who fled the hell of war to the peripheries of Khartoum.”

He called on the civil society organisations of Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile to coordinate their efforts to help the victims of the two regions.

He said he is in the process of consultations to file a complaint against the Khartoum regime with the International Criminal Court. “This will serve to to petition the Court about the Darfur situation, on behalf of all the people of Sudan, against the Khartoum regime”.


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