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Nuba mountains is in the southern of Sudan, in Southern Kordofan state. The Nuba ethnicity is consist of tribes, their population according to the last census in is 2. The Sudanese government bombed civilians areas and forced hundreds of thousands to flee their homes to take refuge in mountains caves or to leave to refugees camp in South Sudan or to be internally displaced in other Sudanese cities. During these 2 years of war, Nuba women faced and still facing mounting risks and challenges to survive the grave atrocities and the humanitarian crisis almost alone.
Most of the interviews took place in the period between June and June , 21nwomen were interviewed. Therefore we would like to thank them and to express our appreciation of their, although we cannot mention their names for their security. We also extend our appreciation to the brave women who accepted to challenges the dangers surrounding them and break out the silence to talk to us either in Khartoum slums or in other locations.
In this report we aimed at highlighting the struggle of Nuba women through 2 years - and counting on- of armed conflict in Nuba mountains. The direct and indirect effects of this conflict on women is a major concern, putting in mind that the region has experienced a tow decades long of civil war from s to , where thousands has been killed and tens of thousands fled their original areas, to live in Khartoum slums and IDPs camps.
During the 20 years of war is Nuba mountains, women had to cope with the situation of being displaced and powerless. Their coping options were tough and put them in danger of violence against them by a discriminative environment, either because of their gender or their race. Nuba women struggle with the current war took several forms.
There is the day by day struggle of Nuba women inside the conflict areas, where women living in caves and feeding their children insects and trees leaves, while risking their lives to take long juornies to search for clean water and fire woods, the other struggle is the brave journey Nuba women take to the refugees camps to South Sudan, searching for security and food, which put those women in serious dangers of being killed either by the wild animals in the roads or the government bombing.