Four million Sudanese to suffer dangerous food insecurity between now and September; UNOCHA reporting over 102,700 displaced by Jebel Marra violence

Conflict, below average farming production and poor pastureland conditions are among the causes of this food shortage (1).  And as anyone who follows Sudan in the news knows, prices for food and cooking supplies have gone up enough to hurt households nationwide (2). So over the next six months or so, even if they receive food aid, people in...

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...

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