|In the Darfur region of Sudan, a four-year conflict between rebel groups and the government has driven more than 2.7 million people into temporary camps — and more than 300,000 have been killed. World Vision is providing humanitarian assistance to nearly 500,000 displaced people, including emergency food and water, sanitation, health, nutrition, education, and livelihood programs.|
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World Vision runs Child-Friendly Spaces in Darfur, Sudan to provide a safe place for displaced children to play and learn. Photo by Jon Warren/World Vision
|Abdul, 7, lies ill after another night without shelter at a South Darfur IDP camp. Photo by Jon Warren/World Vision||The conflict in Darfur has left thousands of women and children widowed or orphaned. Photo by Jon Warren/World Vision|
|Many women have been arriving alone to IDP camps, saying that their husbands have been killed. Photo by Jon Warren/World Vision||A displaced mother and her child sit by their fire in an IDP camp. Photo by Jon Warren/World Vision|
|Displaced families set up plastic dwellings across the camp, as they struggle to cope with their new, despondent life. Photo by Jon Warren/World Vision||Newly arrived families set up temporary, plastic dwellings across the camp, as they struggle to cope after having lost everything. Photo by Jon Warren/World Vision|
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