A long walk to water By:Bryanna bermani

They didn't have a easy access to water so what they would do is build wells and carry water to their village. Hey needed water to cook,clean,and bathe.

This is how they would create a well and gather as much water as they could

They didn't have machines to build things so they had to use their own tools and build things like bricks on their own

They don't have materials to build a clothesline so they have to bury sticks in the ground and then hang the clothes on them

This is the map of Sudan and its capitals and boundaries

Many people wanted the war to end so they made posters and protests against it

In case of emergencies they made make shift shelter in case of any gunfire

Forced from their homes they had to make little makeshift camps and use use mats to sleep on

Many animals were used to carry heavy items and more items instead of cars

To prevent Burning sun from scorching them they use old rags or towels to put on their head to prevent the sun like hats

Credits:

Created with images by valerian.guillot - "Pyramid excavation in El Kurru, Sudan" • Oxfam East Africa - "Minkaman, Awerial County, South Sudan" • Oxfam East Africa - "Families in Kule Camp, Gambella have access to clean water" • Oxfam East Africa - "Nyamor Nwat, Lankien, South Sudan" • Oxfam East Africa - "Nyamor Nwat, Lankien, South Sudan" • Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the BPL - "Sudan." • futureatlas.com - "Signs for destroyed Darfur villages" • Trocaire - "The Nuba Conflict One Year On." • Trocaire - "DSC_8900" • D-Stanley - "Kerma" • Retlaw Snellac Photography - "tribes of kenia"

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