ATTASH CAMP, Sudan (Reuters) - Months after Sudan signed a peace deal with Darfur rebels, and international peacekeepers stopped their patrols, Ihsan Mohamed is still waiting for any sign of peace and stability in her own daily life.
Slideshow ( 2 images )If anything, things have got worse, the 37-year-old resident of Darfur’s Attash displacement camp said with tears in her eyes.
But not all the rebel groups signed.
“It’s become more dangerous and our situation has got worse since they signed the peace deal,” said Yagoub.
“Unfortunately, the delay in forming the governance structures ... and the peace implementation mechanisms have delayed the enforcement of peace on the ground.”
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