Fleeing the bombs – For more than a year, the Nuba people in South Kordofan have been facing attack from their own government. Almost 63,000 people have fled to the Yida refugee camp in South Sudan. Pictured is Asimara, aged three, who arrived at the camp with her family in July.
Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North – The Sudanese government argues it is fighting a rebellion led by the Sudan People's Liberation Movement. Pictured, SPLA-N soldiers train in the Nuba Mountians, South Kordofan in April 2012.
'Erasing the Nuba' – In the film "Erasing the Nuba" Rwandan-born journalist Yoletta Nyange documented the plight of the Nuba people. In this scene from the film, a column of refugees flees to the Yida refugee camp in South Sudan.
'Erasing the Nuba' – Nyange says this scene from the documentary shows a rocket fired by the Sudanese military, which fell inside a compound that housed a Nuba family.
Hiding in the caves – Many Nuba hide in caves to escape the bombs, says Nyange. Pictured, a mother rests with her child in a cave outside of Tess, South Kordofan, in April 2012.
'Erasing the Nuba' – This scene from the film shows a man who Nyange says had been traveling on a donkey for eight days when he met her film crew. He was making his way to the Yida refugee camp.
Yida refugee camp – A woman and her child from the Nuba Mountains wait outside the Yida refugee camp registration center. "There is no such thing as pens or notebooks for the thousands of children in need of an education at Yida," says Nyange.