Saturday 19 March 2022

PRESS RELEASE - بيان صحفي | السودان: احتجاج على تصاعد العنف في دارفور مع إحراق القرى بالكامل | Sudan: Outcry over increasing violence in Darfur as villages are burnt to the ground

الخرطوم ، 17 مارس / آذار - دعا المجلس النرويجي للاجئين ومنظمة رعاية الطفولة إلى الوقف الفوري للعنف في جبل مون بولاية غرب دارفور بالسودان حيث أدت الهجمات ضد المدنيين إلى اشتعال النيران في ست قرى الأسبوع الماضي.

Wednesday 22 December 2021

PRESS RELEASE | Sudan crisis: Children forced to work, skip meals as situation worsens


Montaser, 14 (centre), with his family in their home in Khartoum. Photo credit: Katharina von Schroeder/Save the Children. 

22 December 2021 – Children are being forced to work long hours in Sudan as the country’s economic and humanitarian crisis continues to deteriorate, Save the Children said.

Thursday 9 December 2021

دارفور: منظمة رعاية الطفولة تخشى المزيد من العنف بعد مقتل 50 شخصًا في نهاية الأسبوع | Darfur: Weekend violence kills 50 people, displaces thousands


الخرطوم ، 8 ديسمبر. منظمة رعاية الطفولة تشعر بقلق عميق على الأطفال في منطقة دارفور بالسودان إثر مقتل ما يقرب من 50 شخصًا وتشريد ما لا يقل عن 2000 طفل واسرهم في أعمال العنف خلال نهاية الأسبوع الماضي، هي الأحدث في أعمال العنف المندلعة في المنطقة والتي أسفرت عن مقتل نحو 100 شخص خلال الثلاثة الأسابيع الماضية.


Sunday 28 November 2021


In the early hours of October 25th, the Transitional Military Council took measures against the civilian cabinet of the Transitional Government of Sudan.  Arresting several ministers and the Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok, Sudan experienced and faced a major political change in government leading to social and political unrest.

A nationwide state of emergency was announced. Communications were disrupted. Freedom of mobility was restricted.

Wednesday 22 September 2021

At-Risk Patient Recovers After 8 Days in the Khartoum Isolation Centre

In the last days of June, Kamal*, 70, contracted COVID-19 and felt some of its most severe symptoms: sharp chest pain and difficulty breathing. Kamal’s age and underlying chronic conditions placed him in the at-risk patient group, who are often left with slim chances and hopes of fighting off the aggressive virus. Today, he is home, he is fully recovered, and he is telling us his story, after receiving treatment at the Khartoum Isolation Centre, funded by the Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SHF) and supported by Save the Children.