Sudan

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Capital: Khartoum

Background

Children and Tent for offered support(img)

Children and Relief tents for
offered support( UNHCR )

In Sudan, internal conflict between the government and rebel groups in the southern part of the country lasted for more than 20 years from the 1980s, finally ending with the signing of a peace agreement in January 2005. Soon thereafter, in March 2005, the United Nations decided to establish the United Nations Mission in Sudan ( UNMIS ). Japan dispatched two staff officers to the mission. With the independence of South Sudan in Jully 2011, UNMIS ceased its operation.

Even after the conflict, however, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees ( UNHCR ) and other agencies have continued providing relief supplies on the ground.

Results

Material assistance Oct. 2004 Contribution in kind to UNHCR for the Relief of Sudanese Refugees
Material assistance July 2005 Contribution in kind to UNMIS 
Material assistance Nov. 2007 Contribution in kind to UNHCR for the Relief of Sudanese Afflicted People in Darfur
PKO Oct. 2008 International Peace Cooperation Assignment in Sudan
Material assistance Oct. 2008 Contribution in kind to UNHCR for the Relief of Sudanese Afflicted People
Material assistance Jan. 2011 International Peace Cooperation Assignment for Sudan Referendum Observation
Material assistance Jan.2013 Contribution in kind to UNHCR for the Relief of Sudanese Refugees
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