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UNHCR: 25 million people in Sudan are in humanitarian crisis

  • 25 million people are facing a humanitarian crisis that might get worse.
  • Over 8.5 million individuals have been displaced, of which 1.8 million have crossed international boundaries.
  • The US is rumored to be targeting April 18 for the possible start of Sudan peace negotiations in Jeddah.

The UN Refugee Agency says that 25 million people are facing a humanitarian crisis that might get worse as the first anniversary of the conflict in Sudan approaches.

Over 8.5 million individuals have been displaced, of which 1.8 million have crossed international boundaries. There have been thousands of injuries and almost 13,000 fatalities, and attacks on civilians are still ongoing.

Humanitarian Crisis

The urban middle class in Sudan has collapsed, with students, teachers, doctors, nurses, engineers, and architects among those who have lost everything.

People are unable to receive food because of interrupted relief delivery and harvests, which is impeding the humanitarian response. Other logistical issues, security hazards, and access restrictions are also at play.

Due to the impending collapse of South Sudan’s economy and the massive number of Sudanese refugees who have fled there, the crisis may have an impact on that country. Little has come of the army’s and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) talks in Jeddah.

The US is rumored to be targeting April 18 for the possible start of Sudan peace negotiations in Jeddah. The United Arab Emirates, Egypt, the African Union, and IGAD must all be involved in the “inclusive” negotiations.

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