February 14, 2013 (KHARTOUM) - Tens of thousands of people who have fled fighting in the largest displacement in Darfur in recent years face a severe shortage of clean water and sanitation services, Oxfam warned Thursday.
In a press statement extended to Sudan Tribune, the agency called for a key road to be opened and for authorities to allow a full assessment of needs by humanitarian aid agencies in the El Sireaf, Garra Zawia and Kebkabyia areas of North Darfur following fighting in the (...)
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