Over the course of this week I was able to do a little bit of research on what the United States is doing to aid the people in Southern Sudan. I have discovered that a lot of the news data bases are very vague about the issues and what our country is doing to aid the Sudanese.
The media seemed to be tip-toeing their way around the what exactly the United States is doing. That really got me to think about if our government really is doing anything or if it is all just talk. I decided that I needed to go straight to the source.
I did some research on the White House's website and was able to learn a lot more about what our government is trying to do to help the people in Sudan. For one thing I was able to learn a lot about the man in charge of the Special Envoy to Sudan, General Scott Gration. I also discovered that the U.S. is trying to make sure that the Sudanese government keeps their end of the peace agreement that had been signed between the north and the south.
If you are interesting in learning more about how the United States government is helping Sudan I would recommend going directly to a government website. The news doesn't give out enough information and they seem to be a little bit clueless.
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