Government-rebel impasse delays polio immunization in Sudan

11/12/2013 | Reuters

A plan to vaccinate 165,000 children in Sudan against polio has been held up by the failure of a final agreement between the government and the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North. The rebel group has demanded a final meeting, even though U.N. authorities contend that none is needed. U.N. representative John Ging said that, with a final agreement, the children in the affected region of South Kordofan and Blue Nile could be vaccinated in just four days.

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