Zam Zam camp, near El-Fasher in North Darfur has witnessed three separate incidents in one week, including one rape case, a camp activist told Radio Dabanga on Thursday, 18 October.
He explained that unidentified gunmen carried out the attacks, which took place on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, after a period of relative calm.
Witnesses said the first incident involved a rape case, in which three gunmen raped a 20-year-old girl in her home when her parents were away.
Camp's residents said they took the victim to an El-Fasher hospital for treatment after they found out what had happened to her.
In the second incident, gunmen have reportedly destroyed stores and schools located south of the camp, in addition to stealing the school's food before managing to escape.
On Tuesday, gunmen looted several sheep belonging to the displaced, according to reports.
The displaced and camp's activists appealed to UNAMID to do its part and patrol the camp day and night.
A witness informed Radio Dabanga that the mission halted night patrols at the camp about one year ago and that day patrols were halted six months ago.