Nuba Reports

The reporting team and the Nuba Reports website were created to draw international attention to the increasingly urgent and underreported humanitarian situation, human rights violations and violence in the...
Nuba Reports
Nuba Reports

The reporting team and the Nuba Reports website were created to draw international attention to the increasingly urgent and underreported humanitarian situation, human rights violations and violence in the remote region closed off by the Sudanese government.

Nuba Reports has become a crucial source of information for NGOs and advocacy groups as well as international news outlets that seek to tell the story. The team has directly and indirectly helped create content published in outlets such as CNN, BBC, France 24, Al Jazeera The New York Times, Reuters, the Associated Press, Time, and many others.

The Nuba Reports website represents the vitally important perspectives of the Nuba people themselves by allowing local reporters to tell their stories. Although Nuba Report’s current focus has been communicating these stories to an international audience, they think it is critical to reach the people in Sudan as well. The Khartoum government has successfully censored news of the war in Khartoum. They believe it is critical for people in Sudan to see what is happening in their own country.

Find Nuba Reports at: http://nubareports.org/

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