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The Situation in Sudan After One Year of Conflict

By USCRI April 15, 2024

One year ago, Sudan erupted into widescale conflict between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces. Since then, the country has spiraled into an unmitigated catastrophe, one that has now displaced more people within its borders than any other crisis in the world.

This report provides an overview of country conditions in Sudan after a year of the current crisis and conflict. It serves as an update on the humanitarian situation in Sudan, as well as internal displacement, cross-border displacement, and impacts on children. It concludes with recommendations to ameliorate the situation in Sudan and to meet the widespread needs generated or exacerbated by the conflict.

Click here to read the report

 

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