“We foresee a major environmental and health disaster…”: a summary of several Radio Dabanga articles from July 25 to August 8

The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is part of the Famine Early Warning Systems Network; NOAA specializes in weather forecasts.  In June FEWSNet posted on its Sudan page that the Nile River and its tributaries had already reached high levels (especially the Blue Nile), and that more rain predicted for Ethiopia and Eritrea’s...

Flooding a danger as the rainy season begins: three camps report storms have collapsed shelters and latrines

Dabanga reports today that Garsila, Deleig and Bindisi camp residents have also seen their food stores rot because of the lack of shelter.  Article may be found here: https://www.dabangasudan.org/en/all-news/article/rains-damage-homes-spoil-food-in-central-darfur-camps The rainy season in Sudan runs from about May to October, with the heaviest rains running from about June to September.  Storms wiping out shelters,...

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