1/13 Save the Children helped set up a Children's Centre for these refugees in a camp in Darfur, Sudan. The children are enjoying pottery and drawing.
2/13 The children were so excited to receive books and pencils.
3/13 After only three days their books were filled with drawings. Many children drew flowers which are a symbol of hope in Sudan while others drew military helicopters and guns showing their fear of the fighting and attacks on their villages.
4/13 The children gather outside the Children's Centre at the camp.
5/13 Save the Children staff are playing games with the children...
6/13 ...noughts and crosses...
8/13 ...and playing tag in a circle.
9/13 These children are singing and drumming.
10/13 The drum is a traditional Sudanese instrument called a nugura.
11/13 There is only one school in this refugee camp so only 900 of the 10,000 children can go.
12/13 All important meetings are held under trees in Africa. Here Save the Children staff are meeting with community leaders, teachers and parents to discuss plans for building a new school in the refugee camp.
13/13 This is the headmaster of a school in another camp.