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The Heart of Nuba: Oscar Nominations, New Screenings and Donation Cards

We are proud to be a partner of The Heart of Nuba (visit our page dedicated to the movie here) and we regularly keep you updated with their latest news and actions as we know many of you are interested in the work of Dr Tom Catena and support him. In their November 2018 Bulletin, The...

The Heart of Nuba Film Screening on October 20, 2018 in Washington DC

For several years now, and more importantly since 2016 when we organized in Paris the first screening in France of the movie The Heart of Nuba, we have been supporting the fantastic, brave work of Dr. Tom Catena in the Nuba Mountains, in Sudan. In 2003 when the MagkaSama Project was...

News Digest (Sep. 01, 2018): Amin Mekki Madani dies, Ahmed Al-Dai Bushara Joudah, Peter Biar Ajak, Darfur United, Bobi Wine…

News Digest (Sep. 01, 2018): Amin Mekki Madani dies, Ahmed Al-Dai Bushara Joudah, Peter Biar Ajak, Darfur United, Bobi Wine…

This is our last Weekly News Digest, a selected compilation of recent stories we publish each Saturday during Summertime. Today: Sudanese human rights defender Dr Amin Mekki Madani has died; Darfur United Men’s Team in Los Angeles; El Jareeda and El Tayyar newspapers confiscated;...

The Heart of Nuba is opening in cities across the United States this week!

On December 2016 we organized in Paris the screening of The Heart of Nuba, in the presence of the movie’s Director Kenneth A. Carlson. The powerful documentary film is telling the story of American doctor Tom Catena serving one million patients in the war-torn Nuba Mountains of...

‘There was nobody to help us’ – HART visit to Blue Nile, January 2018

People in Blue Nile, Sudan are suffering. They face many challenges and HART (Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust) visited the region earlier this month, meeting community leaders, activists and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs). Earlier this month HART visited #BlueNile in #Sudan. Crowds of...

John Prendergast and Ian Schwab (Enough Project): ‘The Sudan Sanctions Must Stay’

John Prendergast and Ian Schwab (Enough Project): ‘The Sudan Sanctions Must Stay’

A few months ago, we wrote an editorial about the bewildering (to say the least) lift of U.S sanctions on Sudan in: Sudan: From Darfur and chemical attacks to European partnership and U.S collaboration. In a recent article published on U.S. News & World Report website, John...

Dr Tom Catena (The Heart of Nuba) receives Aurora Prize

Dr Tom Catena (The Heart of Nuba) receives Aurora Prize

This is a fantastic news we wanted to share with you: Dr Tom Catena who was featured in the film The Heart of Nuba directed by Ken Carlson, received Aurora Prize on May 27 in Yerevan, Armenia. You already know Dr Tom, we organized a screening of the documentary film last year in December,...

The Heart of Nuba, a movie on the inspiring story of Dr. Tom Catena

As you may already know if you read our Newsletter, we are supporting The Heart of Nuba, an incredible movie by Kenneth Carlson and a few days ago we had a screening with Max Dana and Members. As usual, it was followed by a discussion. Yesterday @MaxDana & Members of the MagkaSama...

Ryan Boyette and NubaReports on Spreecast to discuss the situation in Sudan

Last week we posted about The Bombing Campaign and the video report by NubaReports showing how the Sudan government has been dropping bombs in South Kordofan. Now you can join Ryan Boyette and NubaReports on Spreecast to discuss the situation in Sudan today, Mon., Nov. 4 at 10 am EDT....

The Bombing Campaign video report by NubaReports

NubaReports has published a new video report on Sudan‘s bombing. When Antonovs hover in the skies above the Nuba Mountains, people hear them from miles away. The shallow buzz of the warplanes emerges slowly from the distance and eventually envelopes the sky. You can read on...




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