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Monday 24 May 2021

Save the Children's Ethiopian Refugee Response in Um Rakoba Camp, Gedaref

There is a growing humanitarian complex crisis emerging across Sudan, not just on the border with Ethiopia. Across the whole of Sudan, the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance is 12.7 million, over one quarter of the total population. The crisis encompasses conflict displacement, flooding, disease outbreak and food insecurity. Sudan has long suffered from overstretched and fragile public services, and the recent multiple shocks have pushed their capacity to the limit.

Monday 10 May 2021

SAVE THE CHILDREN INTERNATIONAL IN SUDAN RECIEVES GRANT FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION AND EUROPEAN CIVIL PROTECTION AND HUMANITARIAN AID OPERATIONS FOR NEW PROJECTS

Khartoum, May 10th, 2021 – Save the Children International in Sudan has received a grant from its longstanding partners the European Union and the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations to fund new projects in across Sudan.

Thursday 8 April 2021

Joint Statement by Save the Children International and the National Council for Child Welfare - Sudan: Calls in the protection of Children in West Darfur as fresh violence kills dozens

 

This is a joint statement by Save the Children International and the National Council for Child Welfare

 

Save the Children and the National Council for Child Welfare are horrified at the new wave of intercommunal violence in Geneina, West Darfur, which has led to at least 87 deaths and 191 injuries in the past days.

 

Thursday 8 April 2021

Kalamendo Health Centres in North Darfur...At a Glance

When it comes to health and nutrition, Save the Children supports 121 Primary Health Care Facilities across Sudan.
In Kalamendo locality in North Darfur alone, we support 14 facilities funded by the European Union Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid, where we provide health and nutrition services to children and mothers. Take a look at the photos that tell their stories.

Thursday 1 April 2021

Save the Children International Welcomes the Full and Transparent Investigation Into the Death of Samah Elhadi

Save the Children in Sudan welcomes the measures taken by the government entities in Sudan who chose justice by pursuing the investigation of the death of Samah Elhadi, 14, from Salha, Omdurman, and are committed to persecuting the perpetrators from this point forward.
 

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