NRRDONuba Relief Rehabilitation and Development Organisation
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It is really the eradication of Nuba culture -- more so than the religion -- that motivates the Sudanese government, says Yacoub Kaluka, training officer with the Nuba Relief, Rehabilitation, and Development Organization (NRRDO).
Abbreviations for sources: Radio Dabanga (RD; Radio Dabanga has developed an exceptionally useful set of contacts throughout the Nuba Mountains), Sudan Tribune (ST), Nuba Relief, Rehabilitation, and Development Organization (NRRDO), Agence France-Presse (AFP), Associated Press (AP), UN Integrated Regional Information Networks (IRIN), Inter Press Service (IPS), Voice of America (VOA), Amnesty International (AI), Human Rights Watch (HRW), Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP) Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) Aerial Attacks on Civilians and their Consequences: October 15, 2011 - January 12, 2012 [Earlier October 2011 attacks reported only after October 15: South Kordofan villages: from the Nuba Mountains Coordination Unit:
(ACJPS Issue 14, November 2011) [3] November 1 - 8: South Kordofan: *Nov 3: Eyewitnesses report that "two dozen" civilians were killed in Um Doreen locality; the casualty list is expected to grow (RD, Nov 3; reported with different figures by the Nuba Relief, Rehabilitation and Development Organization (NRRDO), and more specific village identification: Um Serdiba, Um Doreen, Karakarayi, Angura, Gordut, Al-Hemet, and Helatu Moro.