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Title: ACTCARITAS Darfur Emergency Response Programme September 2005


1
Darfur Where to now?
ACT/CARITAS Darfur Emergency Response Programme
September 2005
2
There are more than 1.8 million internally
displaced people in Darfur
3
Up to 180,000 people have died directly or
indirectly as a result of the conflict
4
Insecurity is still the biggest problem facing
the people of Darfur
5
The people are afraid because there are too few
police and monitors
6
Attacks are continuing against some villages
7
Some camps report new arrivals of internally
displaced people
8
Women are in danger of attack if they leave the
camps to collect firewood and water
9
There have also been reports of children being
kidnapped
10
CAFOD is part of the ACT/CARITAS joint emergency
response, helping over 460,000 people
11
The ACT/CARITAS project is supported by 60
donating organisations worldwide, and has given
water cans, cooking utensils, mosquito nets and
blankets to 225,000 people.
12
3,630 shelters have been constructed
13
Peace building and reconciliation with the nomad
communities is a major challenge
14
Consultation with community sheiks is key to
building ownership
15
ACT/CARITAS partners have built 11 temporary
schools and provided teaching materials
16
Nine new schools are being built and teachers are
being trained to support traumatised people
17
22 temporary clinics are operating, serving more
than 24,000 patients a month
18
A nutrition programme has helped 27,474 children,
pregnant women and mothers
19
Two rural hospitals and four clinics have been
restored
20
Counselling services are available for
traumatised people
21
Seven community centres have been built in IDP
camps
22
Training is given in the manufacture and use of
fuel efficient stoves
23
Training has been provided on international
humanitarian law and child rights
24
In an Islamic environment, we are a silent
gospel, preaching through our lives and
commitment. -- Thomas Elisa Sokiri (Sudanaid,
Derege Camp)
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