New jobs give hope to women in Southern Sudan
In January, people in Southern Sudan are due to vote in a referendum on independence.
The option to secede was part of a peace deal signed in 2005 which ended decades of civil war between the north and the south.
Southern Sudan faces immense challenges - the war prevented development from taking place and there are very few job opportunities in the south.
Our East Africa correspondent, Will Ross, visited a project where women are getting the chance to earn a living.
29 Nov 2010
- From the section Africa