Mention Nyala in South Darfur and red flags go up, alerts of a lawless place, a place of insecurity – a volatile place. But the less told story of the camps in Nyala - the story behind the headlines - is one of resilience and hope.
Friends who remain when others leave: Sudan Family Planning Association and Japanese Trust Fund
Entrenched conflict in Darfur has impacted on the lives of millions, forcing many to flee their homes to camps for internally displaced people. The Sudan Family Planning Association (SFPA) is working in Nyala, South Darfur with internally displaced people, including women and young people, to enhance lives. With support from the Japanese Trust Fund, SFPA was able to offer integrated sexual and reproductive health services to women living with HIV and their families.