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  • SUDAN andSOUTHSUDAN
  • Colonization
  • ColonizationWas colonized by (1) GREAT BRITAIN
  • ColonizationWas colonized by (1) GREAT BRITAINThe British split it into a north province andsouth province
  • ColonizationWas colonized by (1) GREAT BRITAINThe British split it into a north province andsouth provinceThe north did not fight colonization, so moneywas spent on (2) ROADS, SCHOOLS, andHOSPITALS
  • ColonizationWas colonized by (1) GREAT BRITAINThe British split it into a north province andsouth provinceThe north did not fight colonization, so moneywas spent on (2) ROADS, SCHOOLS, andHOSPITALSThe south fought the British, so money wasspend on keeping control
  • Colonization
  • ColonizationThe north became more modern andeducated, while the south became (3)POOR with a lower standard of living
  • ColonizationThe north became more modern andeducated, while the south became (3)POOR with a lower standard of livingIn (4) 1946, the north and south werecombined
  • ColonizationThe north became more modern andeducated, while the south became (3)POOR with a lower standard of livingIn (4) 1946, the north and south werecombinedThe north controlled the south and (5)ARABIC became the official language
  • Growing Tensions
  • Growing TensionsIn (6) 1956, Sudan became independent and thenorth and south shared the government
  • Growing TensionsIn (6) 1956, Sudan became independent and thenorth and south shared the governmentThe north mostly follows (7) ISLAM, but the southfollows mostly Christianity and traditionalreligions
  • Growing TensionsIn (6) 1956, Sudan became independent and thenorth and south shared the governmentThe north mostly follows (7) ISLAM, but the southfollows mostly Christianity and traditionalreligionsThe north has few natural resources, but the southhas (8) OIL
  • Growing TensionsIn (6) 1956, Sudan became independent and thenorth and south shared the governmentThe north mostly follows (7) ISLAM, but the southfollows mostly Christianity and traditionalreligionsThe north has few natural resources, but the southhas (8) OILThe south began to fear that the north woulddominate the government
  • Civil War
  • Civil WarBy 1983, the Muslim leaders from the north hadtaken over the government
  • Civil WarBy 1983, the Muslim leaders from the north hadtaken over the governmentThey changed the laws to follow the (9) KORAN, orholy book of Islam
  • Civil WarBy 1983, the Muslim leaders from the north hadtaken over the governmentThey changed the laws to follow the (9) KORAN, orholy book of IslamRebels from the south fought against thegovernment
  • Civil WarBy 1983, the Muslim leaders from the north hadtaken over the governmentThey changed the laws to follow the (9) KORAN, orholy book of IslamRebels from the south fought against thegovernmentThe fighting finally ended in (10) 2005, after over20 years, when a peace agreement was signed
  • Darfur
  • DarfurA region in the (11) WEST of Sudan
  • DarfurA region in the (11) WEST of SudanTwo main Muslim groups: the Africansand the Arabs
  • DarfurA region in the (11) WEST of SudanTwo main Muslim groups: the Africansand the ArabsThe (12) AFRICANS argued that the Arabshad more control in the government, whichwasn’t spending enough money in Darfuron schools, roads, and hospitals
  • Darfur
  • DarfurAfrican (13) REBELS attacked amilitary base in 2003
  • DarfurAfrican (13) REBELS attacked amilitary base in 2003The government then gave money andweapons to the Janjaweed, or Arabfighters
  • DarfurAfrican (13) REBELS attacked amilitary base in 2003The government then gave money andweapons to the Janjaweed, or ArabfightersThe Janjaweed attacked African (14)CIVILIANS, or people not in the military
  • Darfur
  • DarfurMillions became (15) REFUGEES, andabout 300,000 people died
  • DarfurMillions became (15) REFUGEES, andabout 300,000 people diedIt turned into (16) GENOCIDE, or themass murder of a people because of theirrace, religion, ethnic group, politics, orculture
  • Darfur
  • DarfurBecause of this, (17) HUMAN RIGHTS,or basic freedoms that all people shouldenjoy, were taken away
  • DarfurBecause of this, (17) HUMAN RIGHTS,or basic freedoms that all people shouldenjoy, were taken awayThe fighting lasted until 2009, when theUnited Nations established peace
  • Sudan Divides
  • Sudan DividesIn January of 2011, SouthSudan voted to become itsown country
  • Sudan DividesIn January of 2011, SouthSudan voted to become itsown countryThey chose (18) JUBA to be thecapital
  • Sudan DividesIn January of 2011, SouthSudan voted to become itsown countryThey chose (18) JUBA to be thecapitalCapital of North? (19)KHARTOUM
  • Sudan DividesIn January of 2011, SouthSudan voted to become itsown countryThey chose (18) JUBA to be thecapitalCapital of North? (19)KHARTOUMThe two countries are stillfighting about where theborder will be and how to splitmoney from oil