Source: Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Khartoum, Sudan |

Gathering of the Indonesian Ambassador with Indonesian Students and Alumni from Sudan

The Indonesian Embassy is committed to providing assistance and facilities to students in accordance with applicable regulations

Taking advantage of the National Awakening Day, the Indonesian Embassy on Sunday (19/5) held meetings with student groups and university alumni in Sudan. This time the gathering event was held in a hybrid manner using the Zoom Meeting platform and was attended by no less than 100 participants. Indonesian Ambassador…

Source: United Kingdom Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office |

United Kingdom - El Fasher, Sudan: Foreign Secretary's statement

The ongoing pattern of violence in Darfur, including apparent systematic attacks against civilians, may amount to crimes against humanity

Foreign Secretary Lord Cameron said: "The violence in and around El Fasher in Sudan is appalling." "Villages around El Fasher have been burnt down. Hospitals have been destroyed. Hundreds are dead and injured from the fighting in recent days, and over 800,000 civilians have no means of escape." "I am…

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    • Aissa shelters with her family in an abandoned and looted fire station in Zalingei, Central Darfur. They were forced to flee their homes in early November 2023 as fighting between the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) and Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) began in the Al-Hasahisa camp. Sudan, 5 April 2024. MSF/JUAN CARLOS TOMASI
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Source: Médecins sans frontières (MSF) |

Sudan: People abandoned amidst horrific violence and humanitarian void in Central Darfur

Amid the large-scale violence in Sudan, healthcare workers and facilities have been attacked and looted, leaving large portions of the health system damaged or non-functional

As the fighting in Sudan between the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) and the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) began in April 2023, the displaced people of Al-Hasahisa camp, in Zalingei, capital of Central Darfur state, found themselves caught in the crossfire. According to the United Nations, by November, the camp had been besieged by RSF…

Source: UN News |

United Nation’s rights chief says horrified by Sudan escalation as famine draws nearer

The UN-partnered response plan aims to reach and support 15 million of the worst-affected people but $2.7 billion is needed urgently to do so

According to the UN human rights office, OHCHR, the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Volker Türk, held separate phone calls on Tuesday with Lt-General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, Commander of the Sudanese Armed Forces, and General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, who leads the rival Rapid Support Forces. Diplomatic approach Mr. Türk urged them…

Source: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) |

Uganda's open-door policy for refugees strained by arrivals from Sudan, DRC, and South Sudan

Including the Sudanese, on average 2,500 people arrive in Uganda every week, mainly from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and South Sudan

Uganda is welcoming increasing numbers of Sudanese arrivals – over 33,000 people, 19,000 of whom have arrived in Kampala since the start of 2024 – seeking safety from a war that has raged for more than a year.  Most Sudanese arrivals are from Khartoum, and many have a university-level education.…

Source: International Rescue Committee (IRC) |

92 Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) urgently call for the re-establishment of telecommunications infrastructure across Sudan

Over a year of relentless warfare and indiscriminate violence have destroyed homes, towns, livelihoods and critical civilian infrastructure

 In the midst of the devastating humanitarian crisis that is fast deteriorating in Sudan, we, representing 92 humanitarian, civil society, human rights organizations and members of the #KeepItOn coalition, urgently appeal for the re-establishment of telecommunications infrastructure across the entire country. Sudan has become the world’s worst displacement crisis and…

Source: United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) |

United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) peacekeepers from Bangladesh distribute seeds to Wau community

Skills on pest and disease control were also shared with the farmers, as were other tips and tricks on how to create optimal conditions for the new crops

 In South Sudan, women tend to be the ones making sure that there is food on the table for the family. That task, difficult at the best of times, has been made harder by uncooperative weather patterns, causing below-par harvests. Aware of this critical situation, peacekeepers from Bangladesh serving with…

Source: United Nations Secretary-General |

Gravely Concerned about Outbreak of Fighting in El Fasher, Sudan, Secretary-General Calls for Protecting Civilians, Resuming Ceasefire Negotiations without Delay

The Secretary-General is gravely concerned by the outbreak of fighting in El Fasher, which puts over 800,000 civilians at risk

The following statement was issued today by the Spokesman for UN Secretary-General António Guterres: The Secretary-General is gravely concerned by the outbreak of fighting in El Fasher, which puts over 800,000 civilians at risk.  He is alarmed by reports of the use of heavy weaponry in densely populated areas, resulting in…

Source: Norwegian Refugee Council |

Conflicts drive new record of 75.9 million people living in internal displacement

In Sudan, the 9.1m people displaced at the end of the year was the most ever recorded in a single country since records began in 2008

Number of internally displaced people (IDPs) has grown 50% in last five years; Conflicts in Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and Palestine accounted for nearly two-thirds of new conflict movements in 2023; 3.4 million new movements in the Gaza Strip in the last quarter of 2023, leaving 1.7 million…

Source: Norwegian Refugee Council |

Telecommunications Blackout in Sudan

Internet access has been instrumental in assisting civilians share and receive critical and often lifesaving information

Parties to the conflict must end collective punishment and enable access to life-saving telecommunications. In the midst of the devastating humanitarian crisis that is fast deteriorating in Sudan, we, representing 94 humanitarian, civil society, human rights organizations and members of the #KeepItOn coalition, urgently appeal for the re-establishment of telecommunications…