Aid for Darfur

Aid worker “Sleepless in Sudan” responds to those who have accused her of
“”blogging to much on “the problems of Darfur and the mistakes people are making – and not offering any bright solutions myself”. One solution she sights is for the Canadian armoured personnel carriers stuck in a warehouse in Senegal to be sent immediately
Unfortunately, the Sudanese government – which has very little concern about the safety of people in Darfur – is refusing to let the shipment come into the country unless it gets a certain degree of control over their use. After much negotiation, it seems that 35 have now been granted permission to come here.”

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