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Voting Begins in the Southern Sudan Referendum

On Sunday, voting began in the historic southern Sudan referendum. Read more >>

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Snapshot from Sudan

Our “Pic of the Week” is from Sudan. Read more >>

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The “Stuff” of Democracy – USAID Supports the Southern Sudan Referendum

USAID’s attention to the details of a successful vote complements its broader activities to support peace, security, and good governance throughout Sudan. Read more >>

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Pic of the Week: Conserving Wildlife in Southern Sudan

Supported by USAID, the Wildlife Conservation Society works to protect southern Sudan’s natural resources while creating local jobs. Read more >>

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Sudan Takes Another Step in Its Peace Process

USAID is assisting Sudan come to a peace agreement to adequately met the aspirations of their citizens. Read more >>

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Voter Registration for Referendum Completed in Sudan

As part of efforts to promote peace in Sudan, USAID is supporting a free and fair referendum process. Read more >>

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Voter Registration Begins for Sudan Referendum

Voter registration began today in Sudan for the landmark referendum on self-determination for southern Sudan. Read more >>

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USAID Delivers Materials for Southern Sudan Self-Determination Referendum

One of the highlights of my trip to Sudanwas seeing all the work we do to help southern Sudan prepare for its historic referendum on self-determination. Read more >>

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Southern Sudan’s Wildlife Thrives

Despite two decades of a brutal civil war, southern Sudan has become a thriving habitat for an amazing diversity of African wildlife. Read more >>

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Food Voucher Program Will Assist Sudanese Families

In 2010, USAID has provided food aid to 6.1 million food-insecure people in Sudan. Read more >>

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