International Donor Conference for Darfur:
Film screened on the 7th of April at the Doha where the international community endorsed the Darfur Development Strategy (DDS) which was developed through a comprehensive consultation process, involving representatives of all social groups of Darfur including IDPs and women, in partnership with the Government of Sudan, the Darfur Regional Authority (DRA), UN agencies, International Financial Institutions and civil society.

The conference presented a major step towards supporting self-reliance and building resilience of crisis-affected communities in Darfur. A total of 3.6 Billion USD was pledged during the conference.

[Duration: 10:32]

Sudan, Islam and HIV/AIDS:
Until recently, HIV/AIDS was still a taboo in northern Sudan. With efforts from the United Nations Development Programme and Sudan National AIDS Control Program, HIV/AIDS education is starting to be embraced in Sudan with the help of religious leaders.
[Duration: 3:54]

The Hunger Fighters:
This video shows the difference Sudan’s largest recovery initiative has made in the lives of people of Central Equatoria, a Southern Sudan State. Working hand in hand with local authorities and communities, the Recovery and Rehabilitation programme in Central Equatoria has been training communities in farming and agriculture, building schools, health centers and water points, providing skills training in addition to establishing peace committees to prevent conflicts and consolidate peace at the community level.
[Duration: 16:45]

Sources of Conflict, Resources for Peace:
With much of the international media attention focused on Darfur, there has been little mention of the longstanding factors that led to this tragedy. This video tells of the plight nomadic, semi-nomadic, and farmer communities find themselves today. During 11 days, a TV crew followed camel and livestock herders from Darfur, South Kordofan, and White Nile states desperately in search of water and grazing. In addition to featuring their interactions and confrontations with local farmers and authorities, the video shows several initiatives undertaken by UNDP and partners to help prevent more conflicts in rural Sudan.
[Duration: 34:43]

Support for access to justice:
Since the Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed in 2005, UNDP and Southern Sudan government partners have been working to put basic governance structures in place, including justice institutions. UNDP has been supporting this paramount task by providing training, technical advice and support, and justice infrastructure development. Filmed in 2006 in Juba, the capital of Southern Sudan, this video shows progress despite the scale of the challenges.
[Duration: 3:44]

UNDP's assistance to tuberculosis patients:
In its fight against this deadly disease, UNDP supported by the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is working to expand tuberculosis treatment, strengthen local capacity, establish new tuberculosis units and increase awareness among the general population on transmission prevention and how to obtain care. This 2006 video filmed in Meyamle town shows some of the progress that has been made so far, including the establishment of 15 clinics operating in Southern Sudan.
[Duration: 2:20]

Training prison inmates about basic human rights:
In light of the disruption caused by over two-decades of civil war, efforts to increase male and female inmates and wardens’ awareness of basic human rights through intensive training are more necessary than never. This video, filmed in 2006 inside one of Wau’s jails, tells the story of UNDP and partners’ working to improve access to minimal human rights inside the Southern Sudan prison; enforcing the Comprehensive Peace Agreement’s Bill of Rights, and bringing this region closer to democracy.
[Duration: 3:06]

Dividends of peace, Benefits of Partnership:
This Video, produced with the support of the European Commission, features several families in the Nuba Mountains facing difficulties meeting the most fundamental day-to-day needs, such as food, water and health. It also shows that where there was death and destruction there is now hope with the launch of Sudan’s largest community-based initiative across the country: the Recovery and Rehabilitation Programme.
[Duration: 11:17]

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