shai-bel-laban:

ugh my homesickness wont go away sudan why you gotta be so close to my heart like dat b

shai-bel-laban:

ugh my homesickness wont go away sudan why you gotta be so close to my heart like dat b

(Source: b-sama)

Posted on Sunday 13 May with 35 notes.
“Sudan Mom” by Mcdesignaerografie

Sudan Mom” by Mcdesignaerografie

Posted on Sunday 13 May with 3 notes.
“Zenab Mohamed Nour: How one woman’s passion changed thousands of lives in Sudan”
-Madre.org

Zenab Mohamed Nour: How one woman’s passion changed thousands of lives in Sudan

-Madre.org

“Abdullahi Ali Ibrahim, professor of history at MU and his wife, Mahasin Awadelkarim, sit at the dining room table of their duplex in central Columbia.”

Abdullahi Ali Ibrahim, professor of history at MU and his wife, Mahasin Awadelkarim, sit at the dining room table of their duplex in central Columbia.

“Jongkor Kuot Mayol poses with his wife, Abak Garang, in their Salt Lake City apartment on Sunday. Mayol is among thousands of southern Sudanese who traveled to cities around the United States to vote for southern Sudan’s independence.”

Jongkor Kuot Mayol poses with his wife, Abak Garang, in their Salt Lake City apartment on Sunday. Mayol is among thousands of southern Sudanese who traveled to cities around the United States to vote for southern Sudan’s independence.

“Ryan Boyette and his wife, Jazira, in front of their home in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan.”

Ryan Boyette and his wife, Jazira, in front of their home in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan.

Merry Christmas!
May your holiday be filled with blessings, happiness, and peace!
Sincerely,
~Oh yeah, Sudan! 

Merry Christmas!

May your holiday be filled with blessings, happiness, and peace!

Sincerely,

~Oh yeah, Sudan! 

Conjoined Twins Successfully Separated

goodmorningnews:

Sudanese twins born with the tops of their heads joined together have been separated in a rare and risky series of operations at a London children’s hospital, officials said Sunday. Facing the World, a charity which helps disfigured children, said it had helped fund the four-stage operation on 11-month-olds Rital and Ritag Gaboura.Twins born joined at the head are known as craniopagus twins and they occur in about one in 2.5 million births. Separating them can be dangerous, especially if - as in this case - there’s significant blood flow between their brains.”Within days the twins were back on the general ward interacting and playing as before,” the charity said. Its executive coordinator, Sarah Driver-Jowitt, predicted that the girls’ parents - who haven’t been named - may soon return home “with two healthy, separate girls.”

Full Article

Posted on Tuesday 26 July with 19 notes.
“Bride & Groom Dancing.” Check out their henna!

Bride & Groom Dancing.” Check out their henna!

Posted on Sunday 3 July with 17 notes.
"Tea by the Nile"

"Tea by the Nile"