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Our work in Sudan
The BBC World Service Trust is focusing on emergency relief in Sudan. We are providing life-saving information to people displaced by the conflict in Darfur, and are also working to strengthen the country's media sector. More about our work in Sudan
Southern Sudan referendum
In the lead up to this week’s crucial referendum in Southern Sudan, six local radio trainees have been working together to give a voice to the people of the region.  Read more
A platform for debate in Southern Sudan
The BBC WST is working with local radio stations across Southern Sudan to bring people from different backgrounds and religious affiliations together on air.   Read more
Stretching the Darfur Lifeline
David Mowbray, Africa director for the BBC World Service Trust, describes how work is continuing in southern Sudan, despite the challenges of working in the country.  Read more
We work in partnership with Sudanese media professionals and the World Service to broadcast life-saving information to 6.5 million people in Darfur, including two million people living in the region's 85 camps for people displaced by the conflict.   Read more
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A platform for debate in Southern Sudan
Darfur lifeline quotes
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