Sudan Now | VR 360 Video | United Nations

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“Sudan Now”, a 360-degree Virtual Reality video allows you to experience life in Sudan and the activities of the UN’s new Special Political Mission, UNITAMS, in an immersive manner. Together with UNITAMS staff, you will travel virtually to Khartoum and Darfur, meet with representatives of the Transitional Government of Sudan, civil society activists, internally displaced persons, and young Sudanese people.

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