Partnership (Autumn 2007, Issue 32)
Darfur and Chad: Scarred by conflict
The crisis in Darfur, one of the worst humanitarian disasters in the world, has been going on since 2003. Yet with more than 200,000 dead the situation shows no sign of improving. In the first two months of 2007 alone 80,000 people were forced to flee their homes as fighting continued to spread.
As the number of armed groups multiply in the region, Darfur and now neighbouring eastern Chad are becoming increasingly dangerous for the people who live there.
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Islamic Relief Worldwide (2007), Partnership (Autumn 2007, Issue 32)