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Arab League Chief to inaugurate humanitarian projects in Darfur


January 4, 2010 (KHARTOUM) — Amr Moussa, the Secretary General of the Arab League will inaugurate a number of humanitarian projects in North Darfur state on January 20.

Arab League Secretary-General, Amr Moussa (AP)

The Arab League pledged since 2007 to contribute to Darfur development and rehabilitation and collected some 250 million US dollars; also some Arab states took in charge directly the construction of some projects.

Moussa will inaugurate — in the context of Arab league commitments towards Darfur rehabilitation — Baraka Model Village to encourage voluntary return of displaced population, an emergency hospital and Dar Al-Salam Hospital.

The inauguration ceremony will be attended by the Governor of North Darfur State Mr. Osman Mohamed Youcif Kibir and the Commissioner of Humanitarian Aid, Mr. Mohamed Abdel Rahman Hassabo.

The Humanitarian Aid and Development Organization (HADO), a Sudanese NGO working in North Darfur coordinated and oversaw the implementation of those projects.

The HADO deputy director Mahgoub Mohamed Omer, said the work in the implementation of projects nearing completion. He also praised the great efforts undertaken by the Arab League to enhance the humanitarian services in Darfur.


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  • 5 January 2010 06:49, by telfajbago

    Amr Moussa, has to take the Arab League money to his fellow brothers in Palestine or elsewhere, because they can’t be destroyers and builders at the same time. Furthermore, it’s essential to mention here that, the Arab League was immersed up to the neck on the conspiracy plan of Al-Bashir to build model villages to the IDPs and distribute their fertile lands to Egyptians and Qataris. Therefore, the Darfurian people are ringing an alarm bell to the International Community to stop this dangers Arabs plot coated by development and rehabilitation, since when Arabs has concern to develop black Africans whom they arrogantly called slaves "Abeed".

    • 5 January 2010 08:42, by Omer Hassan Omer

      It is very early for Arab league to think about the return of IDPs to their area of origin, for insecurity and, and lack of base needs of live, moreover all arab countries have involved on Darfur crisis they supported government with weapons, and heavy bombes, military uniform, and bolts even some arab countries have participate with soldiers, they destroyed Darfur entirely forced these innocent people to displace, they rap the women and kill the children and elders who are not part of war. Apparently the war in Darfur is one of Arab policy to eradicate all black Africans. So it is very finny that Arab league is willing to build some clinics and schools, please, we don’t want your money enough is enough

  • 6 January 2010 01:24, by Time1

    Arabs are trying to bye Darfur with money, Darfur keep fighting for your rights do not let Arabs buy your voices and your rights to be free and independent.

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