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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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Darfur has torn apart the lives of over 2.5 million people, mostly women and children. More than 200,000 people have been killed. Women and girls face the danger of being attacked and raped while performing daily acts of survival, such as gathering firewood. More than a million people have been displaced by ethnic and political conflict in the region. Many families pushed out of their homes have become refugees across Sudan and into neighboring countries. There are three big refugee camps in Nyala. The biggest one is Otash. It is the most visited one by human aid associations. Pictured: A refugee woman waiting in to take food for her children in Otash refugee camp in Nyala.

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