Sudan after Garang

 From Sleepless in Sudan – a moving and very readable blog recording life in a Sudanese refugee camp:

After two years, living in a state of limbo is taking its toll on families and communities. It’s not just the little things, like trying to decide whether you will stay displaced long enough to justify to cost of building yourself a brick wall or one made of plastic sheeting. It’s the big things that are beginning to fundamentally change traditional institutions and social dynamics.

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