Monthly Report – July 2013
Due to the rainy season fighting intensity between the conflict parties (Sudan Army Forces/SAF and Sudanese Revolution Front/SRF ) is relatively lower in many fronts in the Nuba Mountains. However, the focus of the war has been drifted to roads and transport pathways, which caused more suffering on civilians. This suffering represented by security aspect in terms of difficulties of movement and land mining add to that the road locks by rain and strict security inspection imposed by government authorities. All these factors contributed to a dramatic increase in essential goods prices. Furthermore, heavy rains and flooding affected large areas in South Kordofan, also slum areas of Khartoum, which mostly dwelled by displaced people from conflict areas.
6th of September 2013