More than a year ago, the United Nations mandated a peacekeeping force for the violence-torn Darfur region of Sudan. Two and a half million internally displaced people, known as "IDPs," remain in camps, under threat from government-sponsored forces. Undermanned and under resourced, the peacekeeping force is losing the trust of those it was meant to protect.
Produced, directed and shot by Susan Schulman
Co-produced and edited by Chris Milner
In association with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting