Malnutrition rates in many regions of Sudan are beyond emergency levels and disease outbreaks are common. Access to food for the most vulnerable population is an ongoing concern.
Abu Shouk camp in the North Darfur capital town of El Fasher has been home to thousands of internally displaced people since it was set up in April 2004. In 2011 World Food Programme (WFP) introduced cash voucher assistance to thousands of...
Sudan continues to face humanitarian challenges due to ongoing conflict and insecurity in many parts of the country. In the Blue Nile State, fighting has severely affected thousands of people.
Water covers 70% of the earth’s surface and is vital to sustain life. Yet, less than 1% of this is freshwater fit for human consumption.
Children are amongst the most vulnerable groups and often the ones who suffer most from crisis and conflict situations. In Eastern Chad over 288.000 refugees from Darfur/Sudan are living in UNHCR camps since 2003/4.