Sudan's 22 year civil war, which escalated over ideology, religion, ethnicity and oil may have been over for more than 4 years, but it left behind unexploded landmines and ordnance in southern Sudan that still pose a threat . A group of Sudanese women have taken it upon themselves to make their land safe once more. This all-girl team of de-miners in the Southern Sudanese region of Bungu, work for Norwegian People's Aid (NPA) to clear the mines so that the community can rebuild a school abandoned during the war. Love Habibi takes a peek at the courageous lives of this extraordinary group of women.
tazy1 Female, 40
Family origin: Sudanese
Religion: Muslim (Other)
Tall 5'9 (without shoes), attractive, hourglass figure, workout 6 days a week, don’t drink or smoke, not into one night stands, looking for friendship that might lead to something permanent, still...