Sudan - 2004

Sudan - 2004

The Government of theSudan (GOS) and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A) signs thefirst part of the Peace Protocols to bring about a end to a 21 year civil warin Sudan.
26 th May2004, Naivasha, Kenya


Dr John Garang and his wife Rebecca, the morning after signing the Agreement on Wealth Sharing – signed in Naivasha, Kenya
[new link]A tower that was built as part of a Mosque for a expected arrival of Palestian refugrees, that never arrived.
El Salaam, IDP Camp, Khartoum, Sudan
Young girls stand on mount within the IDP camp that holds over 250,000 people.


Over the 21 years of civil war, many nationals became internally displaced, IDP. With no government help people had to fend for themselves on the outskirts of Khartoum.
Mother and child living inside the El Salam IDP camp[new link]
South Sudan
After the signing of the first peace protocol, a peace rally is held in Mal WalKon by the SPLA (Sudan People Liberation Army)
South Sudan
Peace Rally


South Sudan
Peace Rally

South Sudan
There are many children who have missing limbs due to encounters with unexploded ordinances.
South Sudan
South Sudan

South Sudan
At home with the former Mayor of Wau, which is a garrison town to the Sudanese Govenment
South Sudan
Wau,
A rare visit by the President Omar al-Bashir to the Nuba Mountains
Nuba Mountains
One of many tribes that turned out for the presidential visit.
Nuba Mountains
Rope making
Nuba Mountains
Making me a beautiful cup of FRESH coffee

Khartoum,
Throughout Sudan there are many pyrimds and temples that from the Kush era, which gave birth to the Egyptians.
Khartoum
Nuba Wrestling,
Khartoum,
Nuba Wrestling
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