Sudan: More than 4 million people need help as conflict and displacement continues into 2012
16 December, 2011
The UN has called for US$1.06 billion to help 4.2 million people in Sudan cope with one of the world’s largest humanitarian crises in 2012, as several parts of the country face protracted conflict and internal displacement.
In Darfur, where war broke out in 2003, 3.75 million people...
UN condemns bombardment of refugee camp in South Sudan
11 November, 2011
Lisa Grande, the UN’s Humanitarian Coordinator in South Sudan, today strongly condemned yesterday’s aerial bombardment which struck a temporary camp for displaced people and refugees in South Sudan.
Five bombs hit the area of Yida, in Unity State, on the afternoon of 10 November...
Sudan: Aid agencies face extremely limited access in conflict-torn southern states
24 October, 2011
Humanitarian organizations continue to face extremely limited access to people who urgently help in Sudan, a new map produced by OCHA highlighted today.
330,000 people may have been displaced or otherwise severely affected by recent conflict in South Kordofan and Blue Nile, on the border...
Sudan: Humanitarian update on Blue Nile and South Kordofan states
27 September, 2011
Fighting between the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) in Blue Nile State continues. According to the Sudanese Red Crescent Society, the highest concentration of internally displaced people (IDPs) in government-controlled areas is...
South Sudan: Humanitarian challenges after secession
20 August, 2011
South Sudan’s historic declaration of independence passed with notable calm across the country on 9 July. However, the new born republic faces considerable humanitarian challenges as it looks to the future, including continued violence along its new and restive northern border, high...