Over 80,000 South Sudan refugees have arrived in Sudan in 2016; Rainy season floods have already washed away many homes; displaced in Thur and Um Tajok Darfur in need

Unless otherwise noted, everything in this post is from the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs’ Humanitarian Bulletin Sudan, Issue 28, July 4 – 11, 2016, which may be found here: http://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/resources/OCHA_Sudan_Weekly_Humanitarian_Bulletin_Issue_28_%284_-_10_July_2016%29.pdf South Sudanese refugees keep coming to Sudan, mostly to Darfur (61,821 out of 80,758).  Aid groups are currently assessing and...

Much of North Darfur to be reliant on food aid for remainder of the year, millions of kids without education, many feared to be dying of malnutrition

According to the Famine Early Warning System Network (FEWS-Net), due to inadequate rainfall (despite the rains of August), much of North Darfur State will be reliant on food aid in order to maintain minimally adequate food consumption while getting other essential things in unsustainable ways (this is called crisis level 2, yellow).  And households...

Millions in Euros donated to Darfur; UNAMID to remain at least another year

The Eurpean Union is giving an additional 4 Million Euros for aid work in Sudan.  This brings the total EU donation for 2015 to 32 Million Euros.  See related Radio Dabanga article: https://www.dabangasudan.org/en/all-news/article/eu-grants-an-extra-4-million-for-humanitarian-aid-in-sudan UNOCHA funding for Sudan is now at the 36% mark.  Germany has given the World Food Program 2.5 M Euros for work...

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