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Movement and Migration: a Look into the Forgotten Sudan Crisis

By Sara Bashir

A considerable proportion of people lack access to essentials such as food, water, housing, power, education, and health care. In recent developments, the congestion of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) destinations has put enormous strain on the already fragile health system.

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Out of Sight, Out of Mind: How Sudan Faded from the Headlines and Public Concern

By Hamid Khalafallah

The attention of global policymakers is, to a good extent, shaped by media and public demands. Thus, international media houses must focus on the situation in Sudan more consistently. This would be instrumental in shaping the global public discourse and pressuring policymakers to enact comprehensive policies on both the humanitarian and the political fronts.

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Art, Grief, Space and Everything in Between

By Rebecca Khamala

In this personal essay, writer, Rebecca Khamala explores the impact of intentional design and architecture on the healing journeys of artists who've gone through recent personal tragedies.

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A Month of Spiritual Renewal: Experiencing Ramadan in Ethiopia

By Kalkidan Zelalem

In Ethiopia, fasting is seen as a means of cleansing the soul, cultivating self-discipline, and drawing closer to Allah/God. Many Ethiopians observe the fast with great devotion, spending their days in prayer, reading the Quran, and performing tremendous acts of charity.