Journalists are banned from the Nuba mountains. This makes it extremely difficult for International media to cover the war and it’s impact on civilians. Nuba Reports brings together local journalists with professional editors and mentors in order to produce verifiable and compelling dispatches from the front lines.
But for the model to work, we need your help. Make this hidden conflict visible. Make it news.
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Fighting broke out in June 2011 between Sudan’s government and Nuban rebels. Nuba Reports was founded by people living in the region after journalists and NGOs were banned. Our goal is to provide Sudan and the International community with credible and compelling dispatches from the front lines of this conflict and to illuminate the war’s impact on civilians. more
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Make it news
We report on what is happening, but only you can make it news. With access to the conflict areas of Sudan officially blocked, and spending on international news at an all time low, we need your help to make this story matter.
Tweet Sudan’s bombs
Nearly every day the Sudan government drops a bomb in the Nuba mountains. Nuba Reports is there to document it. You can make these explosions heard.
Tweet every bomb that is dropped with the hashtag #sudanbombs.
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Broadcast the films
Each month we present a short film shot by our journalists. The films are about life in a conflict zone. They shine a light on this reality, and uncover a hidden war. Mainstream media has little time for theses stories. You can broadcast these films and connect the world with the Nuba mountains.
Show the film to 3 new friends each month.
Email the film to 3 new friends each month.
Post the film to facebook and tag 3 new friends each month.
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