The 16 Sudanese Peacewomen

Linked with ICRC, UNHCR and UNICEF, with 5 African voices out of many … , and with about Sudan’s Economy.

Out of Sudan we have 16 women mentionned having done good work for peace, and having been with the 1000 women proposed for the Nobel Peace Price 2005:

No one is worth to receive more than some 4 to 6 lines about her biography and work, meanwhile naughty warlords receive all hand-kisses from our elite-system.

The shame is deeper than anywhat, and for me one of the reasons why this country let dye the Darfur people, rather than find solutions.

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Bakhita Mohmed Osman (Sudan) Bakhita Mohmed Osman.jpg ;

Bruna Siricio Iro (Sudan) Bruna Siricio Iro.jpg ;

Ester Kuku Rahal (Sudan) Ester Kuku Rahal.jpg ;


Fatima Abdelrahim Osman (Sudan) Fatima Abdelrahim Osman.jpg ;

Fatima Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim (Sudan) Fatima Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim.jpg ;

Nafisa Mustafa Shargawi (Sudan) Nafisa Mustafa Shargawi.jpg ;


Rachael Nyadak Paul (Sudan) Rachael Nyadak Paul.jpg ;

Aida Ahmed Abdalla (Sudan) Aida Ahmed Abdalla.jpg ;

Amna Abd El Rahman Abd El Rasoul (Sudan) Amna Abd El Rahman Abd El Rasoul.jpg ;


Anita Batris Amiro (Sudan) Anita Batris Amiro.jpg ;

Saeeda Mohd Bedri Mohd Abu Hadia (Sudan) Saeeda Mohd Bedri Mohd Abu Hadia.jpg ;

Samia Mohemed Ibrahim (Sudan) Samia Mohemed Ibrahim.jpg ;


Siham Daoud Anglo (Sudan) Siham Daoud Anglo.jpg ;

Zeinab Mohamed Nour (Sudan) Zeinab Mohamed Nour.jpg .

Zeinab Nour had passed away in September 2006;

Sudanese Women Empowerment for Peace Program (Sudan) Sudanese Women Empowerment for Peace Program.jpg ;

Safaa Elagib Adam (Sudan) Safaa Elagib Adam.jpg .

Who helps them to help their people?

Here the link for the search-tool for women of any country, then choose.


The only women out of Sudan I had on my blogs till today is NOT one proposed for the Nobel Peace Price 2005: her name is Abdullahi Ahmed an-Na’im – Sudan, on this blog on May 6th, 2006.

See also the only Peacewomen out of Chad: Achta Djibrine Sy – Chad, on this blog on June 22, 2006.

Added Nov. 4, 2007: see also ‘Because I Am A Girl‘.

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