Crisis in South Sudan - Updates

4 March 2010
On 4 March 2009, Oxfam GB was one of 16 international and Sudanese organizations whose licences to work in northern Sudan were revoked. Alun McDonald looks at what has happened since.
Collecting water, Kalma camp, Sudan, 2004. Credit: Adrian McIntyre/Oxfam
8 January 2010
Southern Sudan has seen an upsurge in violence in the past year. Much of it is taking place in remote, rural areas between rival tribes. It is often linked to disputes over resources, especially cattle and land.
Rebecca Konjo and her children collect food. Credit: Caroline Gluck
5 January 2010
Sudan's Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) was signed in 2005, yet southern Sudan remains one of the poorest regions on earth. These images show a people still hoping peace will bring economic benefits and development.
Rescuing the Peace in Sudan - gallery
15 June 2009
World Refugee Day was established in 2000 by the United Nations General Assembly. The first event was held in 2001 to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees.
Refugee mother and child, Amnabak camp. Credit: Helen Palmer/Oxfam
Refugee mother and child, Amnabak camp. Credit: Helen Palmer/Oxfam
13 March 2009
The Sudanese government recently revoked Oxfam GB's licence to operate in northern Sudan, a decision which will affect hundreds of thousands of lives. There are, however, five Oxfam affiliates currently working in Sudan. Here is a brief summary of our programs.
Collecting water from an Oxfam tapstand, Kalma camp, Sudan, 2004.