Clashes erupted in Sudan on Mid April , and despite an attempted ceasefire, the situation has rapidly escalated.
More than 100 days of war in Sudan, no end in sight
Clashes erupted in Sudan mid April, and despite an attempted ceasefire, war rages on. As a consequence, there has been a widespread displacement, with more than 3 million people compelled to abandon their homes.
Access to healthcare has been severely impacted as well, with shortages of medical supplies, damage to facilities, and attacks on medical personnel impeding humanitarian efforts to provide assistance.
Millions of people are living in fear for their lives and well-being as they watch the fighting unfold as well as their hospitals, grocery stores, and pharmacies shut down one by one.
The conflict in Sudan is a complex humanitarian crisis that has been going on for decades.
However, the recent conflict is a major concern as it has resulted in hundreds of deaths, thousands of injuries, over 2 million people being displaced and the destruction of infrastructure, including health facilities and water systems.
As a response, UMR is providing the following to Sudan: support for health facilities, water and sanitation, and emergency food parcels.