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#16 Days Survivor Stories: Fatima Gazali

"I was born in Kurdufan, an area in Western Sudan. My family is from Darfur and still live there, so I consider myself to be a Darfuri as well. As a c...

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#16 Days Survivor Stories: Aisha Khalil

“My name is  Aisha Khalil and I am currently living in an internally displaced person (IDP) camp in central Darfur. I am here because my life cha...

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A Special Call to Action: #GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving that brings diverse organizations and communities around the world together to give back. Our team is pleased...

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#16 Days Survivor Stories: Hawa Mohamed

"I lived in a beautiful village in Darfur surrounded by tall acacia trees. Towards the west there was a green valley named Azum that provided us with ...

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Darfur Women Action Group’s #16Days Campaign

From November 25th to December 10th (International Human Rights Day), Darfur Women Action Group (DWAG) will be participating in the 16 Days of Activis...

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5th Annual National Symposium on Women and Genocide – PART 2

Education and Action By Nick Cabrejos The 5th Annual National Symposium on Women and Genocide was a four-day long event put together by Darfur Women...

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5th Annual National Symposium on Women and Genocide – PART 1

Stories of Suffering and Resilience Take Center Stage By Carla Ruas Nadia Taha was only a schoolgirl when her native Darfur changed before her eyes....

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