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

South Sudan hits dire milestone of 100,000 new arrivals to the country fleeing violence in Sudan

The majority of those fleeing the violence are arriving after long, difficult journeys, in remote border towns like Renk, where prices for basic items have skyrocketed

During his visit to the country this week, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency’s Assistant High Commissioner for Operations, Raouf Mazou, urges the international community to not forget about South Sudan, as the number of recorded new arrivals surpassed the 100,000 mark. Since the start of the conflict in Sudan on…

Source: Germany - Federal Foreign Office |

Statement by the Friends of Sudan Group

Humanitarian supplies and workers must be protected to ensure that assistance can reach people in need

France, Germany, Norway, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Sweden, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and the European Union, as members of the Friends of Sudan, express their deep concern about the ongoing violence and the catastrophic humanitarian situation in Sudan, including reports about…

Source: Government of Canada |

Canada announces matching fund for East Africa: Conflict, Climate and Hunger

Nearly 1.4 million people have been forced to flee their homes since the conflict in Sudan began on April 15, 2023

Canada is deeply concerned by the growing humanitarian impacts of conflict and climate events in East Africa, including in Sudan, that have forced hunger upon millions of people in the region. Severe droughts continue to plague the region, leaving millions of people without reliable access to food and water, while…

Source: United Nations Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS) |

News on the Importance of Protection of Civilians in Sudan

The situation in West Darfur, Garsila (Central Darfur) and Kutum (North Darfur) has also continued to deteriorate, affecting civilians, including women and children

The Office of Support to Civilian Protection in the United Nations Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS) continues to monitor the human rights and protection situation in the country. The situation in Khartoum, Omdurman and Bahri, where clashes have continued between SAF and RSF have led to killings of…

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Central Africa faces ‘turning point’ amid multiple crises

Despite critical gains by Central African nations in advancing stability and cooperation, the region faces multiple crises, and the coming months mark “an important turning point”, the top UN official there told the Security Council on Monday

“Central Africa is richer in opportunities and resources than it is in challenges”, but, the coming months will mark “an important turning point” for the region, where crucial political and electoral processes must take place by the end of the year, said Abdou Abarry, the UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Central…

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Qatari Airplane Carrying Foodstuff Arrives in Sudan, New Group Evacuated

The Ministry reiterated the State of Qatar's keenness on security and stability in the Republic of Sudan

A Qatari airplane carrying 37 tons of foodstuffs, provided by Qatar Development Fund (QFFD) and Qatar Charity (QC), arrived at Port Sudan Airport in the sisterly Republic of Sudan. This assistance comes within the State of Qatar's support for the fraternal people of the Sudan and its full support for…

Source: The Presidency, The Arab Republic of Egypt |

President El-Sisi Speaks with Emir of the State of Qatar

The two leaders stressed the importance of intensive work to contain the humanitarian situation in Sudan, facilitate the flow of relief aid and spare civilians the repercussions of the fighting

Today, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi spoke by phone with the Emir of the State of Qatar, His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. The call touched on ways to strengthen, support and develop bilateral relations across various fields, in addition to reviewing the latest regional and international developments, especially…

Source: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) |

Lives of pregnant women and newborns at risk in Sudan as hospitals run out of fuel

As fighting rages in Sudan, fuel shortages and power cuts have forced many hospitals in Khartoum and across the country to suspend emergency obstetric and neonatal care services

“We are running out of fuel. If the electricity cuts persist, we don’t know how we will be able to assist pregnant women giving birth a week from now,” said Sarah, a midwife at the Ombada Hospital in Sudan’s capital Khartoum. As fighting rages in Sudan, fuel shortages and power…

Source: Médecins sans frontières (MSF) |

Scores of wounded flee to Chad as conflict in Sudan surges

The injuries are a result of fighting that has raged in Darfur and other regions of Sudan for more than six weeks

Seventy-two wounded people from Sudan have been treated at a hospital in Adré, eastern Chad, by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in partnership with local health authorities. The injuries are a result of fighting that has raged in Darfur and other regions of Sudan for more than six weeks, and has led to almost one-hundred thousand…

Source: World Food Programme (WFP) |

Statement on the Looting of Humanitarian Warehouses in Sudan

This theft of humanitarian food and assets totally undermines these operations at a critical time for the people of Sudan

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) strongly condemns the looting of one of the agency’s logistics hubs in south-central Sudan. The attack on WFP’s warehouses in El Obeid puts food assistance for 4.4 million conflict-affected people at risk. WFP is working around the clock to scale up our operations…