Goes to Sudanese truckers:
They risk being robbed or kidnapped, but Sudan’s truckers still deliver food aid to thousands displaced by conflict in Darfur, where banditry is often overshadowed by the fighting between army and rebels.
Banditry, it’s worth pointing out, is actually a much more common, and possibly even more pernicious, problem for those in Darfur struggling to live on food aid. The WFP provides this aid for almost four million Darfurians. And it’s mostly Sudanese truckers who deliver it.