Fighting for Women's Rights in Sudan Three years ago, the government of Sudan signed a peace agreement with a rebel group. Since then, an estimated two million Southern Sudanese have returned home. But women face a specific set of challenges.

Fighting for Women's Rights in Sudan

Fighting for Women's Rights in Sudan

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Three years ago, the government of Sudan signed a peace agreement with a rebel group called the Sudan People's Liberation Movement.

Since then, an estimated two million Southern Sudanese have returned home.

Melanie Teff, with the human rights organization Refugees International, recently visited South Sudan and says women returning home face a specific set of challenges.

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