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) ;
Bruna Siricio Iro (Sudan) ;
Ester Kuku Rahal (Sudan) ;
Fatima Abdelrahim Osman (Sudan) ;
Fatima Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim (Sudan) ;
Nafisa Mustafa Shargawi (Sudan) ;
Rachael Nyadak Paul (Sudan) ;
Aida Ahmed Abdalla (Sudan) ;
Amna Abd El Rahman Abd El Rasoul (Sudan) ;
Anita Batris Amiro (Sudan) ;
Saeeda Mohd Bedri Mohd Abu Hadia (Sudan) ;
Samia Mohemed Ibrahim (Sudan) ;
Siham Daoud Anglo (Sudan) ;
Zeinab Mohamed Nour (Sudan) .
Zeinab Nour had passed away in September 2006;
Safaa Elagib Adam (Sudan) .
Who helps them to help their people?
Here the link for the search-tool for women of any country, then choose.
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‘.