We’ve been still hearing a lot about Sudan and the fighting that is going on they’re different factions when they can take control of the government. And at one point we heard about the chemical weapons that were used there and now they’re trying to discover where these chemical weapons are so they can be sought out destroyed and placing sanctions against those who would actually use things. Focus on the people themselves, that people who desperately need medical attention and they need food, all those things that lead up to humanitarian efforts. Let’s also talk about it’s like the children in the area are being stunted, they’re being because of the turmoil. They’re not being allowed to achieve their full capacity in learning in school. It’s those things that we take for granted for our own children. The parents are probably frustrated because “Hey, I want to send my kid to school.” What does that school look like if I’m sitting in a refugee camp? On top of that, we now have tossed in an earthquake and a natural disaster, along with the turmoil with the government how are services getting to the people who really need the help? What does that look like? For the people actually sitting there? They just want to move forward with their lives and do something good in their life have some happiness in it and know that their children are going to be okay, to can carry on for generations ahead. The effects of what we’re seeing today could be seen for many generations ahead now that we could be seeing a group of children who could have great achievements. Now being stunted and trying to find their way out of impoverished areas they are in refugee camps, or whatever else. They are trying to find a way into education and learning about how our universe and our world actually works. It’s also something else that we take for granted for our own children. Other children around the world, that they also deserve the same opportunities. We should be trying to ensure that the humanitarian efforts get to the right people so that people can live freely to be who they are as human beings. And that brings us to a UN guest whom we recorded the press conference as he answers questions. About the humanitarian efforts that are happening in Sudan, even as we speak, and how he’s hoping that the UN Security Council and other factions of the United Nations will help him and his people move forward in their lives.
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