Sudan: in through the back door

@article{Veeken1998SudanIT,
  title={Sudan: in through the back door},
  author={H. Veeken},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={1998},
  volume={316},
  pages={1446 - 1447}
}
  • H. Veeken
  • Published 1998
  • Medicine
  • BMJ
  • South Sudan has five million inhabitants and has been fighting a war of independence with North Sudan since 1959. The hostilities have totally disrupted society and the country is the most inaccessible of Africa. International non-government organizations co-operate in relief activities in the 'Operation Life Line'. Semi-nomadic pastoral tribes populate South Sudan. Doctors Without Borders assisted in fighting a major epidemic of kala azar in the late eighties which cost some 200,000 lives; the… CONTINUE READING
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