Norway's NRC concerned about UN aid cut in Darfur
Photo: African Union soldier at Kalma camp for internally displaced people near Nyala, southern Darfur, Sudan. The placard reads: "We need international forces to protect us." (Andrew Heavens)
90,000 people in Kalma Camp, Nyala, S Darfur, W Sudan
Norway's NRC has many large humanitarian programs in Sudan.
In Nyala South Darfur NRC coordinates humanitarian work in Sudan's largest camp for internally displaced persons, Kalma, where more than 90.000 people live in temporary shelters.
NRC distributes food to 50.000 internally displaced persons in South Darfur, and it depends on a continuous monitoring of the security situation, which enables staff to implement field operations without in the process risking their own lives.
Feb 7 2006 Controlled anarchy at Kalma camp in South Darfur
Feb 14 2006 SLA shot down gov't helicopter in Shearia, South Darfur