The wars in Sudan and Uganda overlap. Both states back and fund the other's rebels. It is fair to say that this region is convulsed in war and its spin-offs, including famine and disease. The situation of human rights in the two countries is different, however. My remarks will focus on some ways in which the two conflicts intersect, and on some human rights abuses that are endemic to the conflicts.
Read the complete testimony of Jemera Rone, Human Rights Watch researcher, before the House Subcommittee on International Operations and Human Rights and the Subcommittee on Africa July 29, 1998.